Picnic tables, shelters and wood fired barbecues with wood supplied. You may bring your own gas barbecue. Accessibility information Picnic Pavilion About 500 metres from
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Picnic Shelter Banksia Park
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Picnic tables, shelters and wood fired barbecues with wood supplied. You may bring your own gas barbecue.
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 is a space either side of a marked access way for those requiring wheelchair access at the side of their vehicle. Access from the carpark is level.
The pavilion has a paved floor. There is one accessible picnic table with an extended table top to allow wheelchair users to sit front facing at the table. There are wood fired barbecues with a working height of 800 millimetres on the lawn area around the pavilion.
24 Jan 2014
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