Accessibility Park Subotopic Layout
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Change of conditions
- No change of conditions apply
- The limestone-surfaced roads and circulation paths around Centenary Park are rough and heavily eroded.
- The large camping area is divided into three zones.
- The most generally accessible of these is the area known as Yellow Gums, although there is a short steep slope to enter this site.
- The composting toilets between the North and Yellow Gums camping areas include a designated facility meeting many access standards.
Summit Picnic Area
- There are no views from the picnic area and car park at Mount Arapiles.
- Visitors must use the summit track to get to the viewing point.
- This track is short but also very steep with many steps and some rock-hopping at the top so accessibility is poor.
- The Bluff Picnic Area and lookout further down the mountain is a more accessible site offering views without a walk.
- Bluff Lookout is a relatively accessible alternative to the summit of Mount Arapiles.
- Good views are available from the car park and picnic area.
- Unsealed car parking.
- No toilet facilities.
- There is a nature walk further down Lookout Road that is reasonably accessible, although currently lacking features such as handrails, a sealed surface and seating.
12 Nov 2013
Parks Victoria wishes to advise visitors that during the next six weeks there will be weekday access disruptions at the McKenzie River Rainforest Walk in the Bemm River Scenic Reserve, between Orbost and Cann River in East Gippsland. The walk is a popular stopping point for motorists on the Princes…