Accessibility and Inclusion Programme 2018

Chris Moore 'Ornothobia 2016'

A new addition to the exhibition program this year is our accessibility and inclusion program, proudly supported by Pub Charities.

The program includes:

  • Tactile sculptures
  • Golf carts for guests will mobility issues to tour the exhibits
  • NZ Sign Language guided sculpture tours


Visitors with sensory impairments can enjoy and experience some of the sculptures in the exhibition through touch and sensory engagement. The sculptures are located in accessible areas, to maximize the arts experience.


Fort Golf Carts
Visitors with access and mobility needs can enjoy and experience sculpture located in specific areas of Fort Takapuna, using the onsite electric golf carts. NZSoS drivers will take visitors around the exhibit.

Golf carts will be available on week days only; Tuesday 6th – Thursday 8th and Tuesday 13th _ Friday 16th from 11.00am – 2.00 pm on a “first come, first served” basis. There will be a blackboard on site for guests who would like to book a Golf cart.

Fort Wheelchair
A Wheelchair will be available on a first come first serve basis for visitors with access and mobility needs to use during their visit. Please go to the exhibition site office.


Our guided tour held at 11am on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, during the exhibition is suitable for all visitors to the exhibition and lasts approximately one hour.

  • Verbal descriptions of sculptures are offered to participants who are blind or vision-impaired.
  • The golf carts will transport any visitors with mobility issues.


NZ Sign Language interpreters will support the 11am weekday tour. Hearing impaired visitors are invited to join in the tour with experienced art guides to learn more about the artists and artworks.

For more information please contact

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