Accessibility

Parking & Getting Around the Park

If you, or a friend or family member, have limited mobility then this is your guide to ensure you can easily get around the festival.

Accessible/limited mobility car parking is located along Fillis Street and TSB Stadium. See the festival map on the inside back cover for more details.

The light trail has a steep gradient in parts which could prove difficult to navigate for those in wheelchairs or with limited mobility. The festival map on the inside back cover identifies all paths and steep gradients. Access to all of the lights is possible if you have assistance, which can be provided free in a variety of ways – see below to identify what would be best for you.

Transport from TSB Stadium

Transport from TSB Stadium: 17 December – 22 January / 8pm – 10.30pm

Transport will be available for you to get to and from the mobility parking area at TSB Stadium to the Fred Parker Lawn. If the transport isn’t there when you arrive, it won’t be far away. No booking required.

Thanks to Taranaki Disability Information Centre and Gas and Plumbing for providing this service.

Accessible Buggy Tours

Buggy Tours: 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, 17, 18 and 19 January / 8.30pm – 10pm

Friends of Pukekura Park are offering buggy tours to those with accessibility issues. Bookings are essential, phone NPDC 06 759-6060 or email enquiries@npdc.govt.nz

Wheelchairs and Mobility Scooters

Wheelchairs: 17 December – 22 January / 8pm – 10.30pm

The festival has three wheelchairs available for free hire to assist with getting around the park. Pick up from the Festival Hub. Bookings are essential, phone NPDC 06 759 6060 or email enquiries@npdc.govt.nz

Mobility Scooters: 17 December – 22 January / 8pm – 10.30pm

The Taranaki Disability Information Centre has six mobility scooters available for hire during the festival. Bookings are essential, phone Taranaki Disability Information Centre 022 166 8720 or email info@taranakidic.org.nz 

Accessibility

Parking & Getting Around the Park

If you, or a friend or family member, have limited mobility then this is your guide to ensure you can easily get around the festival.

Accessible/limited mobility car parking is located along Fillis Street and TSB Stadium. See the festival map on the inside back cover for more details.

The light trail has a steep gradient in parts which could prove difficult to navigate for those in wheelchairs or with limited mobility. The festival map on the inside back cover identifies all paths and steep gradients. Access to all of the lights is possible if you have assistance, which can be provided free in a variety of ways – see below to identify what would be best for you.

Transport from TSB Stadium

Transport from TSB Stadium: 17 December – 22 January / 8pm – 10.30pm

Transport will be available for you to get to and from the mobility parking area at TSB Stadium to the Fred Parker Lawn. If the transport isn’t there when you arrive, it won’t be far away. No booking required.

Thanks to Taranaki Disability Information Centre and Gas and Plumbing for providing this service.

Accessible Buggy Tours

Buggy Tours: 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, 17, 18 and 19 January / 8.30pm – 10pm

Friends of Pukekura Park are offering buggy tours to those with accessibility issues. Bookings are essential, phone NPDC 06 759-6060 or email enquiries@npdc.govt.nz

Wheelchairs and Mobility Scooters

Wheelchairs: 17 December – 22 January / 8pm – 10.30pm

The festival has three wheelchairs available for free hire to assist with getting around the park. Pick up from the Festival Hub. Bookings are essential, phone NPDC 06 759 6060 or email enquiries@npdc.govt.nz

Mobility Scooters: 17 December – 22 January / 8pm – 10.30pm

The Taranaki Disability Information Centre has six mobility scooters available for hire during the festival. Bookings are essential, phone Taranaki Disability Information Centre 022 166 8720 or email info@taranakidic.org.nz