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Redbold Hill Summit Boardwalk   Reabold Hill Scenic Drive Carpark off Oceanic Drive
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Located in Bold Park in Floreat, Reabold Hill is the highest natural point on the Swan Coastal Plain in the metropolitan area, and at a height of 85 metres offers sweeping views over the Indian Ocean, Perth and beyond to the Darling Scarp with glimpses of the Swan River. The elevated boardwalk immerses visitors in a bushland experience as they journey to the summit.  Stretching over 200m, the boardwalk incorporates interpretive signs, seating, artwork inspired by life in a Tuart tree and 14 timber landings to take in the views

Phone :  08 9480 3990
website : www.toptrails.com.au

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  Sandalford Wines  3210 West Swan Road, Caversham
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The establishment of Sandalford Wines in 1840 coincided with both the first European settlement at the Colony of Perth and birth of Western Australia’s world famous wine industry. In 1970, the Company was one of three initial pioneers of the Margaret River wine region when the first vines were planted at its 300 hectare vineyard.  Sandalford Wines are one of the country’s oldest and largest family owned wineries.   Both the cellar door sales area and the restaurant are accessible to guests with mobility aids.  There is an accessible toilet within the restaurant.

Phone :  +618 9374 9374
e-mail: grant@sandalford.com
website: www.sandalford.com

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Perth Zoo   20 Labouchere Road, South Perth
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Perth Zoo is rich with the sights, sounds and smells of nature set in a tranquil environment.  It is a perfect outing for visitors with physical, cognitive, intellectual or psychiatric disabilities and their carers.  Perth Zoo is wheelchair friendly.  Accessible toilets are available.   The zoo offers free entry to carers or essential companions of those with disabilities. Visitors who bring guide/assistance dogs may be asked to leave their dog in a safe, supervised, indoor location at the entry to the Zoo. Human guides can be arranged on request.   Daily  presentations are amplified and provide 10-15 minutes of animal information accompanied by visual aspects of the animals.   Large statues of animals can be fully explored by children  and adults with vision impairments

Phone:  (08) 9474 0360
e-mail: email@perthzoo.wa.gov.au
website: http://www.perthzoo.wa.gov.au

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