Accessibility Information Picnic Facilities The picnic facilities include approximately 6 picnic tables scattered throughout a European garden area, a gas barbecue, toilet block and information
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Fernshaw Picnic Area
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The picnic facilities include approximately 6 picnic tables scattered throughout a European garden area, a gas barbecue, toilet block and information shelter.
Picnic table at Fernshaw picnic area
Most of the picnic tables are quite close to the carpark and are located on level ground with a lawn surface. The tables are on concrete slabs and the table ends are open ended. The table concrete slabs do not extend out at the ends and the tables have no roll under feature. There is one gas barbecue for the picnic area and this can be accessed from a compacted gravel path leading from the carpark.
Access to the information shelter is via a smooth, compacted gravel path leading from the carpark. The path and the information shelter are on level ground enabling wheelchairs and strollers to get close to the information board.
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