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Gan Gan Lookout Questions & Answers

Sydney

Is it accessible with a pram?

5 months ago Answer

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Brisbane, Australia
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Yes, but I recommend driving up, as it doesn’t have a foot path

5 months ago
London, United Kingdom
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It is you can drive up and walk around with pram! Or you can walk up the hill with pram no designated path and bumpy as it’s gravel!

3 months ago
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Yes

5 months ago
Sydney, Australia
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Yes it does have accessibility for a pram, but may be hard if you are stating from bottom of hill. Suggest car to car park, and then a reasonably short but steep hill to the lookout. To check there hasn't been damage by rain, storm, or broken / fallen trees, you could ring national parks, or Rotary club of Port Stephens.

5 months ago
Sydney, Australia
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No safer option than to drive up the steep winding road, from which there are also good views 'for the passengers', park in the carpark then head north with pram on both paved and wooden walkways. Tis a great view and worth the drive. Note Tomaree Lookout is not! pram friendly.

5 months ago
Port Stephens, Australia
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Hi, Gan Gan Lookout is pram and wheel chair friendly. There is a concrete pathway with no stairs and just a short walk to the lookout. Hope you enjoy the 360 views, dont forget your camera. Cheers.

5 months ago
Cranebrook, Australia
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Drive to the lookout (up the winding road) then the rest is accessible by pram.

5 months ago
Cranebrook, Australia
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Drive to the lookout (up the winding road) then the rest is accessible by pram.

5 months ago
Cranebrook, Australia
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Drive to the lookout (up the winding road) then the rest is accessible by pram.

5 months ago
Nelson Bay, Australia
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You must drive up to lookout and you walk from there via footpaths to the main viewing platform. An easy walk to enjoy the view!

5 months ago
Newcastle, Australia
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You need to drive to the top then ok for a pram. As others have stated it is very steep . Enjoy the view.

5 months ago
Mudgee, Australia
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Yes. There is a path from the carpark to the lookout.

5 months ago
Melbourne Vic
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Yes

5 months ago
Greater Newcastle, Australia
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You have to drive first up a big winding hill road then when you get to the top yes you can . as you face the towers you can walk to the right & there is a track leading to a wooden bridge then follow the path to the open area away from the carpark . The is Binoculars there you have to pay for . But on a good day you will see

5 months ago
Sydney, Australia
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Definitely agree with driving up as it's quite a steep slope. And the car park is quite small and may have around 10 spots(?). Can get busy. At the carpark, there's ramp access for prams.

5 months ago
South Australia, Australia
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Yes once you drive up there is plenty of space to get a pram around.

5 months ago
Greater Newcastle, Australia
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Drive up to the top, then there is a parking area.

You can then use a pram.

5 months ago
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