Yarrambat Picnic Area provides the perfect spot for a family day out. Facilities include electric barbecues, picnic tables and a picnic shelter. Toilet facilities are
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Yarrambat Picnic Area
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Yarrambat Picnic Area provides the perfect spot for a family day out. Facilities include electric barbecues, picnic tables and a picnic shelter. Toilet facilities are also provided and have access for people with limited mobility.
The area of park around the picnic area provides wide open spaces for playing cricket, kicking a football, flying a kite or walking the dog. Spectacular views of Kinglake National Park and Mt Disappointment are also on offer.
There is a large grassed area with several electric barbecues and picnic tables beside the toilet block in front of the carpark.
The barbecues are electric and have a small, recessed push-button control. The height of the barbecues is 800 millimetres and they are situated on large surrounds paved with brick.
The picnic tables have steel frames with fixed bench seating on either side. The table tops have a 225 millimetre overhang at either end but are situated on small concrete pads that are not large enough to accommodate a wheelchair.
There is a picnic pavillion at the back of the area. The floor is paved with brick. The pavillion has electric barbecues (with a working height of 800 millimetres) and two tables that have fixed seating on three sides and an open side for wheelchair users.
Barbecue on the brick-paved pavillion area
Open-sided tables on the pavillion are suitable for wheelchairs
The front of the pavilion has a 75 millimetre lip from the grassed area but the rear of the pavilion is level with the surrounding grass.
Lip on the edge of the brick-paved pavillion
On the opposite side of the carpark is a large playing field. There are three more picnic tables and a small rotunda that is accessible directly from the car park.
Rotunda in the Yarrambat picnic area
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