A new all-terrain wheel chair available at Brimbank Park now makes it easier for children with a disability and their families to enjoy visiting the park’s playscape.
The new wheelchair is a great addition to Brimbank Park, particularly as the new playscape has been designed especially to cater for children with a disability. You can also take the all-terrain chair nearly anywhere in the park, as it is suited for sandy and semi-rough tracks and can easily disassemble and fit in the back of a station wagon.
There is no charge to use the chair, and it can either be borrowed on arrival at the Brimbank Park Visitors Centre, pre-booked by phoning 13 1963. All-terrain chairs are also available free of charge in the Grampians, Wilsons Promontory, and Point Nepean national parks Cape Conran Coastal Park, Lysterfield Park, and at locations near the Great Otway, Alpine and Mornington Peninsula national parks. For more information, visit the Parks Victoria website.