Accessibility information The Ridge Picnic Area is spread out around the ridge at the northern edge of the reservoir park. This picnic area has limited
Ridge Picnic Area
Change of conditionsAdd change of condition
No change of conditions applyView all changed conditions for Sugarloaf Reservoir Park
The Ridge Picnic Area is spread out around the ridge at the northern edge of the reservoir park.
This picnic area has limited accessible facilities. Wheelchair users and those using mobility aids should choose the Saddle Dam Picnic Area.
Disabled toilet facilities are provided in the toilet complex. The facilities are contained within the male and female blocks. The cubicle provides a toilet with a 450 millimetre seat height with side and rear grab bars. There is space beside the toilet for a wheelchair and there is turning space within the cubicle. The hand basin is located outside the cubicle.
The cubicle door is equipped with a rotating lock.
The best access to the toilet block is via the upper or entry road. Parking is adjacent to the block, however there are no designated disabled bays. The first bay in the park is a wide 4 metre one with an additional triangular vacant area beside it. There is a curb cut in the adjacent bay opposite the path to the northern lookout, but it is subject to being blocked by parked cars. The curb is sloping and is 150 millimetres high.
There are several picnic areas and pavilions in this area, however, all of them involve the negotiation of gravel sloping paths. The largest pavilion, directly below the toilet block can be accessed from the lower road. The path is gently sloping and has a compacted gravel surface. Electric BBQs with a 900 millimetre working height are provided. The picnic tables do not provide a roll under end.
There are no designated disabled parking bays in the lower car park, however the park next to the access path provides an option for those needing space beside the car for wheelchair access.