Enjoy canoeing along the Yarra River. From the carpark, it is a 60 metre walk to the canoe launching area on the river. Accessibility information …
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Canoe Launch Car Park & Picnic Area
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Enjoy canoeing along the Yarra River.
From the carpark, it is a 60 metre walk to the canoe launching area on the river.
The canoe launching area provides access to the Yarra River.
The carpark has four designated disabled parking bays.
Three are 5 metres wide. The one closest to the path leading to the rowing club is 6 metres wide. The parking area and access path to the rowing club is bitumen.
Designated disabled parking
Access path to the rowing club
There is a unisex disabled toilet facility outside the rowing club along with an accessible drinking fountain.
Unisex disabled toilet
Accessible drinking fountain
Access to the river is via a compacted gravel path 60 metres in length with a maximum gradient of 1 in 10.
Access to the river
More information about accessibility and photos of the facilities at Canoe Launch Picnic Area can be found by clicking on the relevant links in the left hand side menu.
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