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.

 

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 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.

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.

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