- The island is reached via boats that departing from the Taylor Street Jetty.
- An accessible parking bay is provided at the Taylor Strret Jetty.
- This level bitumen bay is 3.2 metres wide and 4.5 metres long.
External access and entrance
- Island visitors are greeted by staff on the jetty and escorted to the Visitors Centre about 100 metres up a series of ramps.
- The jetty is timber and has an overlay section of non slip matting. It has a handrail on one side and a kerb edge on the other.
- There is a small concrete section which links the jetty over rocks to the timber ramp system leading to the Visitor's Centre.
- The timber ramp system is 1.8 metres wide, has handrails on both sides and has multiple landings.
- The ramp has a general gradient of 1:12, though there is one steep section with gradient 1:6.
Cafe, dining and food outlet
- The Visitor Centre, kiosk and camper's kitchen are located at the end of the large ramp from the jetty.
- There is direct access to the kiosk from the ramp landing.
- The seating outside the kiosk is on two tiers. The lower tier requires the user to negotiate four steps.
- There is suitable space in the upper tier for wheelchair or walking aid users to move between tables and chairs to reach all areas of the cafe.
- The ordering and payment counter is at sitting height.
- The moveable tables have space between the corner legs suitable for a wheelchair user. Plastic chairs do not have armrests. Larger tables have a central pedestal.
- There is a 4cm lip at the sliding doors to the Visitor Centre.
- The payment counter is at sitting height with sufficient space for a wheelchair or walking aid user to move between displays.