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Boroka Lookout

  • The track to Boroka Lookout from the car park is sealed, and is 100 metres return.
  • The view is highly recommended, and although there is a constant gradient, accessibility is good.
  • Access to toilets is via a sealed path with a short steep gradient.

Accessibility Information

A detailed accessibility assessment was completed in 2012.

For photos and accessibility information click on the links below.

An all-terrain wheelchair is available to visitors with physical disabilities to access the walking trails in the park. For booking information click on the link below.

 

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