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Enjoy the charm and splendour of the heritage protected Wattle Park Chalet, a quaint European-style establishment built in 1928. The building has a long history as all the materials were second hand. Bricks came from demolished cable tram engine house chimneys, heavy timbers from cable tram sheds and roof slates from the demolished Yarra Bend Asylum.

The Chalet is a popular venue for weddings and events. For bookings and enquiries phone Provincial Events on (03) 9808 0122 or visit their website.

Accessiblity Information

There is a small, 50 millimetre step off the outside entry courtyard.

door to chalet

small step at chalet door

 Inside there is a large reception vestibule. On either side of that there is a clockroom with toilet facilities - one male and one female. Each contains an accessible toilet cubicle.

The toilets are 420 millimetres high and are fitted with a side and rear grab rail. The door is fitted with a rotating lock.

toilet in chalet

The hand basins are located outside the toilet cubicle and are a vanity style The taps are a flick type requiring only light pressure to operate.

washbasin in chalet

The main room of the chalet is level. There is a mezzanine level which is only accessible via stairs.