Yorke Peninsula Council and the SYP Community Hub have joined forces to create an inclusive spot to enjoy the Stansbury Water Tower Mural.
Council, in collaboration with SYP Community Hub and Wellbeing SA, has installed a wheelchair-friendly table setting at the site.
The setting features an extension to provide easy access for wheelchairs as well as a sloped ramp making it easier to access.
The Social Connection and Capacity Building for YP project has been made possible through funding from Wellbeing SA.
“Council is always looking at ways to improve the amenities in the region,” Mayor Darren Braund said.
“Inclusive and accessible initiatives ensure as many people as possible can enjoy what Yorke Peninsula has to offer, and this is a major focus of Council.
“The SYP Water Tower/Tower Mural Trail is extremely popular and this will be a great spot for people to sit and enjoy the spectacular views.
“Council thanks the SYP Community Hub for initiating the project and we are grateful for organisations like this that go above and beyond for their community.”
SYP Community Hub Community Resilience Officer Katie Hughes said the setting is a comfortable and inclusive spot to enjoy the view.
“After community feedback requesting space to view the water tower murals, we were delighted to collaborate with Yorke Peninsula Council on this project,” Mrs Hughes said.
To find out more about the mural trail visit https://yorke.sa.gov.au/discover/things-to-do/southern-yorke-peninsula-mural-trail-yorke-peninsula-art-trail/.