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Guided Accessibility Walk to the Morialta First Falls

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Hear how parks are being made more accessible


On Friday the 20th of May 2022, you are invited to join National Parks and Wildlife Service Parks Access for All Coordinator Yvie for a guided accessibility walk to the Morialta First Falls. The walk will be along a Class 2 trail which features a hard compact surface suitable for people with limited mobility. The trail is also mostly flat and its distance totals approximately 1.6 kilometres. During the leisure stroll, you will hear how parks are being made more accessible for the enjoyment of all. You will hopefully also see some wildlife as you head along Fourth Creek through Morialta Gorge.



The walk is free, however, bookings are essential and can be made online via their Eventbrite website. Everyone is most welcome to come along regardless of fitness levels. Please meet at the carpark at the end of Morialta Falls Road, Woodforde. For more information about accessibility, feel free to contact the Visitor Service Centre on 8207 7700.
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Why? Hear how parks are being made more accessible
When: 20 May 2022
Where: Morialta Falls Road, Woodforde
Cost: Free
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