Accessibility information Parking Near the entrance to the park there is a playground and picnic area. The playground has its own parking area with two designated disabled spaces either side of the main access. One bay is 4.0 meters wide and the other is 3.6 meters wide. They both share the access …
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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.
New dog walking restrictions will increase protection for threatened wildlife in Mornington Peninsula National Park
04 Jun 2013
Parks Victoria says that following extensive public consultation, restrictions on dog walking will be extended within the Mornington Peninsula National Park to protect native wildlife, particularly the Hooded Plover. However, dogs on lead will be allowed in some areas of the park from sunrise to 9.00 am. Parks Victoria District Manager …