“As Australia’s pre-eminent sculpture park, McClelland aspires to lead the international conversation between art and the natural environment. In addition to our changing indoor exhibitions, McClelland presents a range significant programs including the Peninsula Link Southern Way McClelland Sculpture Commissions.”
The following are excerpts from Smithsholidayroad.com:
"The paths are outdoors and a little bumpy in spots as its in the bush. The labyrinth is a great spot for kids to enjoy and Coopers wheelchair was able to fit in too. We have use his power chair, manual chair and beach wheelchair here successfully.
Accessible parking, cafe and bathroom on site. "Access to the park is FREE, exhibitions held inside attract a fee."
"There is no designated disabled parking in the car park, however you are welcome to drive close to the gallery entrance to drop off passengers before parking.
A fully accessible toilet and change room are located opposite the shop inside the gallery."General accessibility features:
Mobility accessibility features:
- Assistance animal welcome
- Adult change facilities
- Wheelchair hire available
"Ramp access to the gallery, café and toilets.
No wheelchair access available to the McClelland room.
Access to the McClelland Room is by two steps.
In the sculpture park there are loose gravel paths with some steep gradients.
A wheelchair is available for use free of charge. Please book to ensure availability.Vision Information:
"Assistance and guide dogs are welcome, and a water bowl is available.
At present however, there is no signage or information such as tactile markers for people with low vision."