Accessibility information The toilet facilities are located at the beginning of the park, where the road divides into two distinct sections of the park. There&…
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Banksia Park - Toilet
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The toilet facilities are located at the beginning of the park, where the road divides into two distinct sections of the park.
There is parking either side of the toilet block. Each areas have a designated disabled parking space of 3.6 metres in width. Access to the toilet block is via a sealed path with a gradient of less than 1 in 14. The path is 1.5 metres in width.
The toilet has a unisex accessible cubicle. The large door swings outward and is light to open. The handle is a lever “push down” type that can be operated by wrist only. The lock is an internal rotating type that does not require finger dexterity. The toilet is 450 millimeters high and has side and rear grab bars.
There is room beside the toilet for a wheelchair.
The hand basin is accessible and there are no exposed hot water pipes. The basin has cold water only. The tap is a rotating type with a small lever.
Outside the toilet block is a drinking fountain.
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