Accessibility Information The General Store is on flat ground and has a wide entrance with an automatic door. Tidal River General Store There is a
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Tidal River Store/Cafe
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The General Store is on flat ground and has a wide entrance with an automatic door.
Tidal River General Store
There is a Café and Take Away store located next to the General Store and these also have wide entrances and no steps.
Café at Tidal River
There is a small amount of car parking close to the General Store that accommodates approximately five vehicles. There are no designated disabled parking bays in this car park.
Public PhonesThere are two public telephone booths next to the General Store and these are on a compacted level and smooth surface. The telephone booths have no doors and the telephones are relatively easy to reach from a wheelchair.
Picnic area near General Store
Adjacent to the General Store are four picnic tables located under shade sails. These tables have the roll under end feature and are on a solid smooth surface. These can be accessed from several directions on smooth and level ground.
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