City of Bayswater

Bardon Park, Maylands


Summary
  • Wide pathways for walking and bike riding
  • Picnic and barbecue facilities
  • Bench seating and river views
  • Playgrounds with sand base
  • Accessible toilet on site
  • Views over the Swan River
Jetty Bridge and bench seating Bench seating
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Location (View Map)
18 Fourth Avenue, Maylands, WA 6051 Australia
Opening Hours
  • Open all hours
  • Toilets open daylight hours
Telephone
  • 08 9272 0622

Closest accessible parking

  • Bardon Park car park
  • Two clearly identifiable accessible parking bays
  • Generally level on bitumen
  • Bus bay
  • Vehicle access from: Bardon Place

Service/s
  • Wide pathways for walking and bike riding
  • Picnic and barbecue facilities
  • Bench seating and river views
  • Playgrounds with sand base
  • Accessible toilet
  • Views over the Swan River
  • Dog exercise area at the southern area between the public amenities and the foreshore
External access and entrance
  • The park is situated on the Tony Di Scerni pathway, a dual use pathway that runs along the Maylands river foreshore
Walkways
  • No paths or walkways to picnic areas or playgrounds
Path through attraction
  • Dual use pathway meanders through the park
Picnic facilities
  • There is a range of different types of picnic tables and seating dotted throughout the park
Picnic table at lower end of park Picnic shelter near toilets Dual height barbecue
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Play area
  • There are two playgrounds at Bardon Park, a small one located near the car park in Bardon Place and a larger one close to the river and toilet facilities
  • Both playgrounds are set on a sand base
Playground next to river Small playground near car park in Bardon Place
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Barbecues
  • There are 3 large round gas barbecues in the area closest to the playground and toilet, with cooking surfaces 90cm high, and one which has a lower section and cooking surface 65cm high
  • Controls are from 35 to 30cm from the ground
  • Use of the barbecues is free
Drinking fountain
  • There is a standard water fountain 105cm high at the lower end of the park
Lighting
  • The park is lit and there are security cameras at some points in the park 
Jetty access
  • There is a small unmarked parking area next to the path leading to the Bardon Park jetty which is situated in front of the Maylands Yacht Club
  • A kerb ramp and 12m concrete walkway leads from this area to the 85m long wooden jetty which has kerbed edges and a wider area at the end used for fishing 

Toilet: Bardon Park Exeloos

  • Gender: Unisex
  • Availability: Open daylight hours
  • Description:
    • Brick building containing two toilets close to lower playground and barbecue facilities
    • One is a unisex accessible toilet, the other a unisex regular toiet with side handrails
    • The toilets are both automated, self cleaning units with a time limit of 10 minutes
    • Access toilet is 205cm wide and 220cm from the door to the rear wall
    • There is a shelf on the rear wall at 1m high and coat hooks at 125cm and 140cm high
  • Signage: Signage also contains Braille and there is an audible function telling users how to use the facility
  • External access: Access is from the 3.2m wide bitumen surface dual use path running through the park. A 2m wide and 4.2m long ramp with a 1:9 gradient leads from the dual use path to the toilets
  • Pan height: 55cm from rear wall
  • Handrails: Yes
  • Basin height: Recessed basin 78cm with 66cm leg clearance
  • Paper towel dispenser: Hand dryer is integrated into basin unit
  • Lighting: Well lit
Toilet block door to access toilet Basin Toilet Toilet layout
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Information collected by: City of Bayswater

Care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of this information however no guarantee is given that the facility is fully accessible. Please advise the You're Welcome WA coordinator at the Disability Services Commission of any access changes since publication.