Accessible venues and car parks (City Campus)
How to find mobility and wheelchair accessible venues and car parks at the City Campus.
Information for Visitors to the City Campus
If you require parking, please contact University of Auckland Security.
Phone: +64 9 923 5000
Freephone: 0800 373 7550
Accessible Venues- and Car parks, City Campus
- The Owen G Glenn building (12 Grafton Rd) is mobility and wheelchair accessible and has accessible toilets. Mobility parking spaces (spaces that are larger and nearer to access ways) are available within the building car park (16 Grafton Rd). A CCS mobility car parking permit is required to park in these spaces.
- The Fale Pasifika (20 Wynyard St) is accessible via an access ramp at the rear of the building. It has accessible toilets nearby in the Centre for Pacific Studies building. Mobility parking is available in the Owen G Glenn building.
- Certain areas of Old Government House are wheelchair accessible on the ground floor. The Vice Chancellor’s suite and Buttery bar area are not accessible to those with mobility impairments due to several stairs. There is no elevator in the building, and as a result the first floor of the building is not accessible to those using wheelchairs or with mobility impairments. OGH does not have accessible toilets. Mobility parking is available at the main gate car park at 5 Symonds St. This is an uncovered car park, accessed via a barrier arm next to the Old Choral Hall building.
- The ClockTower (22 Princes St) is mobility and wheelchair accessible via a ramp off Princes St to the front door. There is one public elevator in the building. There are accessible toilets on the basement level only. Mobility parking is available at the main gate car park at 5 Symonds St.
- The Conference Centre (22 Symonds St) is mobility and wheelchair accessible but does not have accessible writing tablets. There are accessible toilets within the Conference Centre. Mobility parking is available at the Owen G Glenn building or 5 Symonds St.
- The Gus Fisher Gallery (Kenneth Myers Centre, 74 Shortland St) is not accessible from the front entrance steps for those with mobility impairments, but is accessible, with assistance, from a side entrance (then via an elevator to gallery). There is an accessible toilet; however assistance to open heavy doors may be required. One mobility parking space is available (shared with a delivery space) at 74 Shortland St. This is an uncovered space.
- The Wharenui (the carved house which forms part of Waipapa Marae on Wynyard St) is accessible for wheelchair users from the front of the Wharenui. The Wharekai is accessible via a pathway behind the Wharenui or, with assistance, across grass. Please note: there are steps leading down to the main area of the Wharekai so this venue is only partially accessible once inside. The toilets are not accessible. Mobility parking is available at the Owen G Glenn building and on Wynyard St.
Staff and student mobility parking
For information on mobility carparking for students please contact the disability coordinators.
Staff who have permanent disabilities and require access to University disability carparking spaces must liaise directly with firstname.lastname@example.org.
Staff with temporary impairments requiring assistance with accessing University disability carparking should read the campus accessibility and parking page.
City Campus mobility parking
City Campus mobility parking; Staff, students and visitors who hold CCS Mobility Parking Permits can use the disability parking spaces in the Owen G Glenn parking building (16 Grafton Rd). There is limited mobility parking in the Front Gate car park (5 Symonds St beside Old Choral Hall). There is one mobility parking space outside the Kenneth Myers Centre (74 Shortland St). The four mobility car parking spaces on Wynyard St may be available, but event organisers need to inform security in advance. Mobility parking at 5 Alfred St is barrier-controlled and by arrangement in advance with University car parking.
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