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Accessible Facilities at Conservation at Crann

Volunteers

Volunteers will be on site during your visit for your comfort and safety. All volunteers are trained in First Aid and use of AED. 

Bathroom & Changing

Accessible toilets are available in the car park and on the River Trail for your comfort. Changing facilities safe for children and adults, with hoists, will also be available during your visit. 

Dining

There are no food facilities at Conservation at Crann. However, tea, coffee and water are available for visitors. We encourage you to bring food to eat at one of our wheelchair accessible picnic benches. Please protect the environment by disposing of your litter in the bins provided.

Paths

All of the paths have wheelchair safe, even surfacing. The River Trail is accessed via the Meadow Trail to avoid a steep incline. The Meadow Trail features a gentle incline.

  • The Vista Trail is 409m long.
  • The Meadow Trail is 250m long.
  • The River Trail is 180m long.
  • The Meadow and River Trail combined is 430m.
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