The main path is very wide, level and even. It would be very wheelchair friendly. It would make a very good excursion for anyone wheelchair-bound as it provides magnificent close-up views of the Yarra and quite a few birds along the way.
The river views are magnificent; the opposite bank is heavily vegetated with cliffs in many places. While looking across the river it is difficult to comprehend that only twenty or so metres behind you is a busy road and many shops.
The reason for this congregation of birds was that nearby was the Warrandyte Bakery, which makes a good stop along the walk for a coffee and many bakery items. Its large outdoor eating area is a magnet for the pigeons.
What a great way to spend your days Neil, wandering around all these beautiful reserves. Nice to see the wide paths. I live near a reserve with the wide shared paths and it is well used by older folks on the motorised scooters. Without places like this they wouldn't be able to enjoy a "stroll" in nature.