Oakvale Wildlife Park is 100% Australian owned and operated. We strive to help our visitors learn about our native wildlife and how we can protect it.
Accessibility informationGeneral accessibility features:
General accessibility further information:
- Assistance animal welcome
- Disabled parking access
- Accessible toilets
- Additional equipment available on request
Oakvale Wildlife Park prides itself on the product they provide customers and how they have modified offerings to suit guests with many levels of accessibility requirements.
Throughout the entire park*, there are no steps or sloped pathways. Pathways are kept well maintained, clear and without trip hazards to facilitate ease of motion with all mobility devices.
Tractor-trailer ride performs a vital role in facilitating the elderly and mobility impaired, enabling them to travel the distance around the park with ease and comfort. It’s at a level to allow ease of carers lifting guests in who have limited mobility to two small steps (31.5cm & 26cm)
All gate’s meet the accessibility standards and the average height of the animal viewing panels are 80cm from the ground allowing all our enclosures easy viewing access.
Complimentary wheelchair available
Accessible amenities are: café, gift shop, shows and presentations are accessible.
*excluding lemur islandMobility accessibility features:
Mobility accessibility further information:
- Wheelchair hire available
- Wheelchair accessible entrance
- Paths wide and not slippery
- Level door threshold
- Straight and wide approach throughout
- Automatic or easy open doors
Complimentary microwave is available for use in the tea room along with ample highchairs available.
A variety of affordable food options are available in the cafe from child-friendly, soft foods to dietary requirements. Our dining tables are at a suitable height to allow most mobility devices to be wheeled under. Complimentary BBQ’s provided for those who wish to bring their food.
An installation of a full-body JennSwing has been installed one of our playground areas.
Charging points are located in the tea room for guests to charge things such as scooters or medical devices.
Further information about accessibility in Port Stephens can be found at https://www.portstephens.nsw.g...Vision accessibility features:
Autism/Sensory accessibility features:
- Sufficient lighting
- Quiet room or space