Swimming Take a refreshing swim in one of two protected swimming bays with sandy beaches. There are two swimming bays. Both of these have a gradual increase in water depth and are surrounded by sand along the shore. For your safety, no hard craft are allowed in these bays and…
Accessibility Park Subotopic Layout
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Change of conditions
- The birdhide is closed until further notice due to repair works
at Northern Birdhide No 4.
Thursday 21 February, 2013 |
The Lysterfield Visitor Area, accessible from the Horswood Road entrance, was assessed for accessibility in 2012.
There are two carparks with designated disabled parking bays.
The picnic tables are all the same design - a square table with fixed bench seating on three sides leaving the fourth side clear for wheelchairs to roll under. The electric barbecues have a working height of around 900mm.
There are two toilet blocks with accessible unisex cubicles.
For more information about the accessibility of this area and photos, click on the link below.
Accessibility information Parking The main entrance to Lysterfield Park is on Horswood Road (Melway 108 D2). From this entrance, there are two parking areas with designated disabled parking spaces. The first is the main road to the jetty and launching ramp. There are three parallel parks next to the main…
A TrailRider all-terrain wheelchair is available for park visitors with significant physical disabilities to access walking trails in the park. The chair can be borrowed for free. Bookings can be made in advance. For all bookings and enquiries please contact Trailmix, located at the former visitor centre, on (03) 8790…
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27 Feb 2014
Connecting Victoria’s multicultural community to parks and nature will be a focus of celebrations during Parks Week from 3-9 March 2014. Parks Week is an annual celebration of the important role that parks play in contributing healthy communities. Parks Victoria’s Chief Executive, Dr Bill Jackson, said some exciting and innovative…