Parks with accessibility information

The following parks have been assessed to provide detailed accessibility information to the community to reduce barriers to park access. Providing accessibility information aims to help individuals and carers make decisions about where they can go and what they can do, as they are the best judge about their own needs and potential challenges for accessing visitor sites, toilets and tracks and trails.

There are many beautiful places and wonderful experiences to be enjoyed in Victoria’s parks and this information helps us to continue to unlock those opportunities.

 

A family walking around Albert Park Lake

Albert Park accessibility information

Albert Park was assessed for accessibility in March 2021, providing information about the accessibility of the picnic and barbecue facilities, walking trails, playgrounds, toilets and car parking, and photos.

Arthurs Seat State Park accessibility

Seawinds Gardens, the Summit Station and the Base Station at Arthurs Seat State Park were assessed for accessibility in July 2021, providing information about the accessibility of these areas and photos.

A family plays at the Brimbank Playscape

Brimbank Park accessibility information

Picnic areas A and B in Brimbank Park were assessed for accessibility in February 2021, providing information about the accessibility of these areas and photos.

The homestead at Coolart Heritage Area

Coolart Wetlands and Homestead accessibility

Coolart Homestead and Wetlands was assessed for accessibility in July 2021, providing information and photos about the accessibility of the visitor centre, homestead, hides, viewing areas, toilets, picnic areas and gardens.

Dandenong Ranges National Park accessibility information

Grants, O’Donohue, Sherbrooke, One Tree Hill and Ferntree Gully picnic grounds were assessed for accessibility in June 2020, providing information about the accessibility of these areas and photos.

The Lake Trail at Karkarook Park

Karkarook Park accessibility information

Karkarook Park was assessed for accessibility in February 2021, providing information about the accessibility of the picnic facilities, walks, toilets and car parking, and photos.

The view from the water's edge at the Maroondah Reservoir.

Maroondah Reservoir Park accessibility information

Maroondah Reservoir Park was assessed for accessibility in June 2020, providing information about the accessibility of the picnic facilities, toilets and car parking, and photos.

The lighthouse at Cape Schank on the Mornington Peninsula National Park

Mornington Peninsula National Park accessibility

Watch accessibility advocate Ryan Smith detailing the all abilities access and experiences on offer at the Cape Schanck Lighthouse Reserve in Mornington Peninsula National Park.

Mount Buffalo National Park - The Gorge viewing area

Mount Buffalo National Park accessibility information

The Gorge Day Visitor Area was assessed for accessibility in March 2021, providing information about the accessibility of the viewing area, parking and toilets and photos.

A family walk through the Organ Pipes National Park on the way to a picnic spot.

Organ Pipes National Park accessibility

Organ Pipes National Park was assessed for accessibility in November 2020 , providing information about the accessibility of the picnic facilities, toilets, walking paths and car parking, and photos.

Three friends walk along side the Plenty river near Nioka Bushcamp

Plenty Gorge Park accessibility

Red Gum Picnic Area, Howkstowe Picnic Area, Yarrambat Picnic Area, Yellow Gum Recreation Area at Plenty Gorge Park were assessed for accessibility in July 2021, providing information about the accessibility of these areas and photos.

Three people stand on the walk bridge of the Tower at Point Cook Coastal Park

Point Cook Coastal Park accessibility

The Beach Picnic Area, Bird Hide and Spectacle Lake, RAAF Lookout, Point Cook Homestead and Chetham Wetlands at Point Cook Coastal Park were assessed for accessibility in July 2021, providing information about the accessibility of these areas and photos.

An aerial image of Silvan Reservoir

Silvan Reservoir Park accessibility information

Silvan Reservoir Park was assessed for accessibility in June 2020, providing information about the accessibility of the picnic facilities, toilets and car parking in this park and photos.

A large deciduous tree at Saddle Dam Picnic Area at Sugarloaf Reservoir Park

Sugarloaf Reservoir Park accessibility

Saddle Dam Picnic Area, Southern Lookout, Western Lookout and Ridge Picnic Area at Sugarloaf Reservoir Park were assessed for accessibility in July 2021, providing information about the accessibility of these areas and photos.

The canoe launch at the edge of the Yarra River at Jumping Creek Reserve in the Warrandyte State Park

Warrandyte State Park accessibility

Pound Bend Reserve, Fourth Hill, Whipstick Gully and Jumping Creek at Warrandyte State Park were assessed for accessibility in July 2021, providing information about the accessibility of these areas and photos.

Wilsons Promontory National Park accessibility information

Parks Victoria’s award winning accessible nature based tourism can be experienced at Wilsons Promontory National Park. Watch as accessibility advocate Ryan Smith details the all abilities access and experiences on offer at the park.

The riverbank at Yan Yean Reservoir.

Yan Yean Reservoir Park accessibility

Value House & Wetlands and the Caretakers Cottage Picnic Area at Yan Yean Reservoir Park were assessed for accessibility in July 2021, providing information about the accessibility of these areas and photos.

Four friends walk alongside the Yarra River through Yarra Bend Park.

Yarra Bend Park accessibility

Yarra Bend Park was assessed for accessibility in March 2021, providing information about the accessibility of the picnic and barbecue facilities, walking trails, toilets and car parking, and photos.

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