There is an accessible trail (approximately 400m long) around the picnic area and water. It provides a pleasant accessible experience where visitors can view the pools, wildlife and natural surroundings.
The trail is a bitumen pathway that's 180cm wide. It is level in most parts, but there are sloping sections where assistance may be required. There are a couple of bridges over the water that have hand rails on both sides. These do not have adequate turning space, but are not very far to travel across. Pathways along the banks of the water have railing positioned on the edge. The surrounding areas have a loose gravel surface, that are level in parts.
There are two marked accessible parking bays located in the parking area opposite the Ranger's Office. The bitumen surface is level with the surrounding pathway in front. There is a vehicle mountable kerb on the left hand side. The parking is in close proximity to the toilet and picnic areas.
- Wheelchair accessible
One unisex accessible toilet is located about 20m from the accessible parking bays.
A unisex wheelchair toilet is provided. It's located next to the car park, approximately 20m from the accessible parking bays.