Accessibility information Picnic Pavilion About 500 metres from the toilet block and information board is a picnic pavilion with tables. There is a parking area that provides direct access to the pavilion via a 50 metre sealed path. There are no designated disabled parking spaces in the carpark, however there…
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A picnic shelter and toilet block which has facilities for the disabled is available.
There is a single toilet block which has facilities for the disabled. The car park and Demonstration Orchard are relatively flat providing disabled access, although tracks through the latter are fine gravel and mown grass which can be slippery when wet. The wetland and bird hide are less accessible and people with physical mobility problems will have to be fit to negotiate some areas.
For detailed accessiblity information about Westerfolds Park, visit the Accessibility page of Westerfolds Park.
Banksia Park has good recreational opportunities for families. The tracks are all sealed and quite wide, mostly shared with cyclists. There are a number of carparks, and two entry roads. There is a designated accessible toilet. Picnic facilities have a good level of access.
Banksia Park was assessed for accessibility in early 2012. Refer to the links below for detailed information and photos.
Birrarung Park has designated disabled parking and toilets and an accessible flat circuit walk (approx 1.3km in length). There are also picnic facilities and an inclusive playground.
Birrarung Park was assessed for accessibility in early 2012. Refer to the links below for detailed information and photos.
There is a fenced area where dogs can be exercised off-lead next to the Japanes Cherry Tree Grove. Accessibility information The off-lead dog park is a great area for people with a disability to allow their dogs to exercise freely without the risk of them running off or being difficult…
Accessibility information Cherry Blossom Loop Walk The Cherry Blossom Loop Walk is 820 metres long and starts from the entry to the dog friendly area. The entire loop is sealed and level. The path is over 2 metres in width making it ideal for wheelchair and walker users. Seats with…
Accessibility information Parking At the far end of the access road is the main picnic area and toilet facilities. There are two designated disabled parking bays each are 4.5 metres wide allowing ample access room for wheelchair or walker users. The parking bays are either side of the main access…
Accessibility information From the main carpark there is a large walking loop that is approximately 1.3 kilometers in length. The path is sealed and at least 2m wide for the entire circuit . The circuit is flat throughout making it ideal for wheelchair and walker users as well as parents…
26 Nov 2013
Parks Victoria hosted a barbecue this week to thank the large number of Friends and Volunteer groups for the significant contributions they have made in assisting Latrobe and Central Gippsland park management area during 2013. Parks Victoria Ranger in Charge Andy Gillham highlighted that there are 11 formal groups operating…