The Dragonfly Picnic Area is a great spot for a barbecue picnic with friends and family. There are electric barbecues, picnic tables (both undercover and in the open), toilets and an observation tower that overlooks the lake. Accessibility Information Carpark The Dragonfly carpark has two designated disabled parking spaces on…
Accessibility Park Subotopic Layout
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Karkarook Park was assessed for accessibility in early 2012.
Dragonfly Picnic Area is a good option for a picnic. There are picnic tables, barbecues, an observation tower, an accessible unisex toilet and access to a sealed path around the lake.
There is also designated disabled parking at Butterfly carpark.
For detailed accessibility information and photos on the areas that were assessed, click on the links below.
On the Warragul Road side of the lake, the Wetlands Trail runs through the wetlands. This is a great walk to observe the local birdlife. Accessibility information The Wetlands Trail and the paths coming of it are compacted fine gravel. The path with the least gradient is the one commencing…
Accessibility information There are four marked disabled parking spaces in the centre of this carpark, two on either side. Each bay is 4 metres in width and they s hare a centre access/loading area. The carpark surface is asphalt and level. The path leading directly from this carpark leads to…
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13 Nov 2013
The Melbourne Tramways Band is in their 74th annual recital season with free monthly concerts to be presented between 2.30pm – 4.30pm (weather permitting) at the open air bandstand in Wattle Park in Burwood from November to April. The dates for upcoming Tramways Band recitals are 15 December 2013, 16…