Advice and support services
Community centres offer activities for local residents. Not all are wheelchair accessible.
Well-Able Information and Equipment Services is a free community service that provides information on disabilities and the disability support services available in the Greater Wellington Region.
Advises the Council on accessibility issues and liaises between the Council and disability communities.
Accessibility Advisory Group
Assisted rubbish and recycling collection
The Council offers assisted rubbish and co-mingled recycling collection for a charge, or free to residents who qualify.
The Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) offers a tool to search for organisation that advise or support people with disabilities.
Search community directory – CAB
Discounts to a range of recreation services including pools and library loans.
City services - After hours medical facilities
Hearing or visual help
Communicating with the Council
Council social housing is available to people in need of housing help, including people with impairments.
- Botanic Garden - Wellington Gardens
Mobility scooters are available from the Begonia House and three significant areas of the garden are wheelchair friendly.
- Parks and playgrounds
Where possible, parks and open spaces in the city have access for people with limited mobility.
Walkways in Wellington reserves that are suitable for wheelchairs.
Recreation and community centres
Council facilities and services for older people.
- Senior citizen communities
Our policy aims to reflect positive ageing in Wellington City by increasing the opportunities for older people to participate in their community.
- Positive ageing policy
Transport, travel and parking