“Dawson-Damer Park, located at the corner of Dick Johnson Drive and O’Toole Avenue in Oran Park, is the Macarthur region’s largest water play space. It has a number of water and non-water activities, including water slides, water spinners, a ninja warrior course, swings, trampolines, basketball facilities, picnic areas and much more.
The newly established water play park is open for the community to enjoy every day from 10am to 7pm (September to April).”
"Camden Council has wet play wheelchairs available for use at Dawson-Damer Water Play Park.
The child and adult size all terrain wheelchairs were designed by a team of specialist paramedics and tested and approved by people with restricted mobility.
The wet play wheelchairs will provide and improve access to the water play area for children and people living with disability."
Adult change facilities
"Dawson-Damer Park offers an accredited Changing Places Facility with adjustable Adult Size Change Table, Hoist, Toilet, Shower and space for two carers to support a person with disability.
The facility can only be accessed by an MLAK Key or an Access Code. MLAK Keys and Permanent access code holders will have 24/7 access to this facility.
For people that do not have a MLAK key and need immediate access to the facility; a temporary access code can be provided by calling Council."Mobility Information:
The following are excerpts from Havewheelchairwilltravel.net:
"Accessible parking bays are located at the entrance to the park with four accessible spaces.
We particularly liked the space the Changing Places bathroom afforded us to get BJ out of his wet swimmers, give him a rinse off and swap him to his manual chair. It was great to be able to fit both wheelchairs into the bathroom at the same time to make the process seamless.
Unisex stand-alone accessible bathrooms are also available.
Wheelchair accessible barbecues are provided with space for a wheelchair user to wheel on up and sit alongside friends or family.
The playground also includes some inclusive elements including a nest swing, a wheelchair accessible carousel and inground trampolines which can be used by wheelchair users. Bring your own paddles and table tennis balls and you can even have an accessible game of table tennis."Other accessibility information:
For further thoughts and information, read the full review at Havewheelchairwilltravel.net
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