From the Toowoomba Region website: From tree-lined avenues and woodlands to open space sporting ovals, all abilities playgrounds, and barbecue and picnic facilities, the parkland has lots to offer across three distinct areas, namely Queens Park Botanic Gardens, Vera Lacaze Memorial Park and Queens Park’s greater park area.
The following is a series on excerpts from Havewheelchairwilltravel.net: [The solar-powered piano]¬†is at a great height for wheelchair users and encourages play with others. The Liberty¬†swing requires a MLAK key which you can purchase from Master locksmiths. It's a worthwhile investment as many disabled bathrooms are also MLAK key locked. [The]¬†see-saw encourages inclusion and allows a parent to sit beside a child who is unsure or unstable. The bucket seats provide more support than¬†most see-saws. [The] sand play feature is at a good height for wheelchair users but unfortunately is on sand which is always tricky. I'm not sure that was well thought out. The park has large stand-alone disabled bathrooms, nearby disabled parking and lovely concrete paths for easy access. The all abilities playground is located near the car parking area off Lindsay Street. Barbecue facilities and picnic tables are also available. The park is extensive but I've highlighted the features which I feel are unusual and particularly inclusive and accessible.