Accessibility Information Dom Dom Saddle Picnic area is located on the Black Spur and is accessible from Maroondah Highway. Picnic Facilities There are several …
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Dom Dom Saddle Picnic Area
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Dom Dom Saddle Picnic area is located on the Black Spur and is accessible from Maroondah Highway.
There are several picnic tables scattered on the site near the carpark. Most are located at the bottom of a grassy hill with no designated access paths. One table in the picnic area is reasonably accessible for strollers and wheelchairs due to its location to the carpark and it being on reasonably level ground. However, fallen forest debris may pose a problem for wheels from time to time. There are no barbecues at Dom Dom Saddle picnic area.
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