Hi there, No,
as far as I remember there were no facilities for wheelchairs.
No it is not. There isn't even a platform to step into the tram. All travellers climb into the tram from the ground.
At the extremity of the trip, in the Pemberton forrest, all the passengers have the opportunity to climb out of the tram, walk along the track and into the bush to see other sights. This again is not wheel chair friendly.
I can't remember seeing a wheelchair access to the tram.
No I'm sure it wasn't wheelchair compatible
I don't think so. From what I recall you had to climb up the steps. They may have a system but I doubt it
Did not see any facilities that would assist disabled persons.
You wouldn't be able to wheel a chair on to the tramway as both ends of the line require step up however, if you were able to lift the person, then once on, I expect there would be enough room for the chair.
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