All abilities access
Visiting a park can be more of a challenge for people with disabilities, however, in Victoria, there are a wide range of facilities to help people of all abilities enjoy our wonderful parks around the state.
Victoria's first all-accessible floating pontoon and canoe launcher is at Psyche Bend in Kings Billabong in Mildura.
Parks that offer modified accommodation and accessibility equipment to make it easier for people with a disability, families and carers to stay and enjoy the spectacular natural beauty.
Accessibility advocate Ryan Smith details some of Parks Victoria’s best all abilities walks in parks to inspire you get active and connect with nature.
TrailRider all-terrain wheelchairs are allowing visitors with limited mobility to access more rugged walking trails.
Parks Victoria is committed to providing parks that are inclusive for all Victorians,and which enable all visitors to obtain health and wellbeing benefits from visiting a park.
Assistance dogs are welcome in Parks Victoria parks and reserves. Entry requirements apply for parks and reserves that are usually dog prohibited, such as national parks.
Social script resources for children on the autism spectrum are available for Brimbank Park, Buchan Caves, Jells Park, Serendip Sanctuary and Wilsons Prom.
Beach wheelchairs are are enabling mobility impaired visitors to explore many spectacular beaches and walking trails that have sandy surfaces.
A haven for creative play, Brimbank Park Playscape was designed to create opportunities for children of all abilities, including those in wheelchairs.
Parks that have been assessed to provide detailed accessibility information to the community to reduce barriers to park access.
The Walk in the Park program provides group walks in parks for visitors who are blind or vision impaired.