Dunedin Railway Station
Address: Anzac Avenue, Dunedin
Phone: (03) 477 4449
The Railway station is a beautiful heritage building that is home to many events held within the city.
Entry: Two accessible car parks directly outside the entrance as well as level pathways, ramps and excellent door access.
Toilets: Accessible toilets on the ground floor.
Accessibility: Lifts take you to the upper levels, which house the Sports Hall of Fame.
Participation: The Railway Station hosts to the very popular Otago Farmers Market every Saturday. There's a cafe on the ground floor.
Address: 145 Camp Road, Dunedin
Phone: (03) 476 1616
Larnach Castle offers many different services including onsite accommodation and cafe.
Entry: There is plenty of parking with an allocated drop off area if required.
Toilets: Accessible toilets are located close to the cafe.
Accessibility: There are many outdoor areas to explore around Larnach Castle. A map is available which clearly labels which outdoor areas are accessible to wheelchair users. The accomodation is accessible. Steep stairs lead to the main entrance of the castle making access difficult.
Participation: There are lovely outdoor as well as indoor areas around Larnach Castle, while much of the main building is inaccessible with a number of stairs, most of the garden areas including the cafe ar accesible.
Toitu Otago Settlers Museum
Address: 31 Queens Garden, Dunedin
Website: www.toituosm.com (external link)
Phone: (03) 477 5052
Entry: Wide flat or ramped pathways and autodoors allow for ease of access and make an inviting entrance to the museum
Toilets: There are a number of accessible toilets situated throughout the museum.
Accessibility: Recently redeveloped Toitu is an accessible venue
Participation: The museum is displayed in such a way that it ensures that all individuals can explore, access and enjoy all areas of the museum. Staff are available onsite or through prior contact to provide assistance if necessary.
University of Otago
Address: 57 Hanover Street, Dunedin
Website: www.otago.ac.nz (external link)
Phone: 0800 80 80 98
The paths around the university are wide and relatively flat to enable easy access where the historic buildings and gardens can be viewed. There are accessible car parks and toilets provided in various locations.