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15. Wellington Park

Parks for all People - Access for the mobility impaired in Tasmania's national parks and reserves

Follow Davey Street and Huon Road (B64), then turn off just before Fern Tree and follow road C616.

Wellington Park provides an opportunity to experience nature less than half an hour’s drive from Hobart. The Springs has several accessible picnic areas with BBQs, tables and shelter, but the toilets here do not have any accessible cubicles. The track to the lookout just before the picnic area is accessible with assistance. The lookout at the summit, which offers stunning views over Hobart and surrounds, is fully accessible. The toilets at the summit are also accessible.