Accessibility Information There is a sealed path leading from the carpark to The Arch viewing areas. This path is approximately 1.8 metres wide and 150 …
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There is a sealed path leading from the carpark to The Arch viewing areas. This path is approximately 1.8 metres wide and 150 metres long. The first 50 metres of the path is reasonably level but the last 100 metres descends quite steeply, with a slope of approximately 1:10.
There is a small timber deck viewing area located just off the main path approximately 80 metres from the carpark. This viewing area is quite small for manoeuvrability and visibility from a chair or stroller is limited due to timber, horizontal safety railings and vegetation.
The main designated viewing area for the Arch provides a good size for wheelchair manoeuvrability. The floor has timber decking and there are timber horizontal safety railings.
Viewing is reasonably good if looking in between the rails from a seated position.
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08 May 2013
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