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Weta Workshop Group Tours (127 Park Road)

Contact Information

Weta Workshop Group Tours (127 Park Road)
127 Park Road, PO Box 15208, Miramar, Wellington, Miramar, Wellington 6243
-41.309666,174.820805
Phone: 04 909 4000
Fax: Not available
wetaworkshop.com

Accessibility Report

Summary

Silver

The Weta Group Workshop Tour is provided for larger groups to learn about the artistry and creativity behind 20 years of award-winning film making. It is based at the Weta site on the Miramar Peninsula at 127 Park Rd. This is only used for such groups as cruise ship passengers and larger school groups.

View the full accessibility report for Weta Workshop Group Tours (127 Park Road).

Ratings by Access Group

The Be. Welcome Assessment rates the accessibility of the organisation in each of the following 5 access groups, as well as providing an overall rating:

Overall Rating
Silver 74%
Vision
Silver 74%
Hearing
Silver 71%
Mobility
Silver 75%
Parents
Silver 76%
Learning & Intellectual
Silver 77%

Vision

Silver

These are the features that the business provides to create a positive accessible experience for customers or visitors with a vision impairment.

  • Getting ready to go:

    • The website:

      • www.wetaworkshop.com
      • The website is colourful and easy to navigate. A site map links to all sections of the site, however as yet there are no specific accessibility features outlined.
    • Brochures:

      • The brochure is simple, easy to read with a clear map on how to get there.
      • QR coding used in some advertising brochures.
  • Arriving and Getting In:

    • Car parking:

      • Parking on the roadside is parallel parking only. This is usually very busy during business hours.
    • Drop off/pick up zone:

      • Tour parties are dropped off on the road in the bus park. This is not level with the pavement nor is it under cover, but it is close to the entrance.
      • The drop off/pick up zone is located within 200 metres of the organisation's entrance.
      • There is no shelter over the drop off/pick up zone.
      • There is a kerb curb cut to the pavement or the environment is level.
    • Kerb Side:

      • Kerb cuts all have a small lip to negotiate when going from the road to the pavement.
    • Fixed ramps to the main entrance:

      • A wide, gentle sloping ramp leads up to the entrance door.
      • One at the main entrance.
    • The identified accessible route to the site:

      • There are no ground tactile indicators on the route to assist with navigation. However, the entrance to the main door is wide with a non-slip surface and a gentle slope.
      • The accessible route to the site has a minimum width of 1200mm.
      • There are no tactile indicators installed to help navigate to the main entrance.
    • Main entrance doorways (this includes gates and turnstiles)

      • Automated doors are installed at the entrance.
  • Getting around within the site:

    • Communicating Accessibly:

      • There are guided tours available upon request.
      • Tours are only available in English.
    • The identified accessible route within the site:

      • The tour traverses a large open space area which is easy access.
      • The accessible route within the site has a minimum width of 1200mm.
      • Any permanently fixed objects are detectable by a person using a cane.
      • You can access all facilities and services within from this accessible route.
      • Lighting levels on this accessible route offer good visibility and viewing.
      • The layout suggests a welcoming physical environment (e.g. mobile floor stands provide unimpeded travel, or outdoor environment surfaces are well maintained).
    • Sensory options:

      • Lighting is good throughout the tour. There are no braille indicators installed.
    • Surfaces:

      • The floor surface covering is plain and clear.
      • Tactile indicators are not installed on the accessible route
    • Retail Shop:

      • Just inside the main entrance.
      • The shop is on a single level.
      • There is a level accessible entry into the shop.
      • Aisles have a minimum width of 1200mm to allow for pushchairs and mobility equipment.
      • Electronic payment devices (eg. EFTPOS terminals) are reachable and usable.
      • The floor surface covering in the shop is plain and clear.
      • The shop is just inside the main entrance. All EFTPOS machines are audible and are able to reach customers who use mobility equipment. Some of the lighting is very bright in the retail area.
    • Places of assembly, entertainment and recreation:

      • The whole tour area is easily accessed and the video viewing area has flat spaces suitable for wheelchair users.
      • Entertainment areas are on the accessible route.
      • There is level access and floor space for wheelchair users to be seated with the general audience.
      • There is no direct access to an accessible toilet.
      • The presentation area or stage is accessible.
    • Designated Accessible Areas:

      • Adequate seating is provided, however they do not have armrests. Grassed areas for support animals are only available on residential berms.
      • There is a grassed area for support animals (e.g. guide, hearing or mobility dogs).
  • Getting out safely:

      • There is a large step at the fire exit at the rear of the building. Staff are on hand to assist. A sprinkler system is installed in all areas.
      • Emergency exits are not completely accessible or hazard free.
      • All fire/smoke doors can stay open automatically during an emergency.
      • There are audible fire alerting devices.
      • Assembly areas (e.g. evacuation point) are on the accessible route.

Hearing

Silver

These are the features that the business provides to create a positive accessible experience for customers or visitors who are Deaf or have a hearing impairment.

  • Getting ready to go:

    • The website:

      • www.wetaworkshop.com
      • The website is colourful and easy to navigate. A site map links to all sections of the site, however as yet there are no specific accessibility features outlined.
    • Brochures:

      • The brochure is simple, easy to read with a clear map on how to get there.
      • QR coding used in some advertising brochures.
  • Arriving and Getting In:

    • Car parking:

      • Parking on the roadside is parallel parking only. This is usually very busy during business hours.
    • Drop off/pick up zone:

      • Tour parties are dropped off on the road in the bus park. This is not level with the pavement nor is it under cover, but it is close to the entrance.
      • The drop off/pick up zone is located within 200 metres of the organisation's entrance.
      • There is no shelter over the drop off/pick up zone.
      • There is a kerb curb cut to the pavement or the environment is level.
    • Kerb Side:

      • Kerb cuts all have a small lip to negotiate when going from the road to the pavement.
    • Fixed ramps to the main entrance:

      • A wide, gentle sloping ramp leads up to the entrance door.
    • The identified accessible route to the site:

      • There are no ground tactile indicators on the route to assist with navigation. However, the entrance to the main door is wide with a non-slip surface and a gentle slope.
    • Main entrance doorways (this includes gates and turnstiles)

      • Automated doors are installed at the entrance.
  • Getting around within the site:

    • Communicating Accessibly:

      • There are guided tours available upon request.
      • Tours are only available in English.
      • Information can be sent out via email.
    • The identified accessible route within the site:

      • The tour traverses a large open space area which is easy access.
      • The accessible route within the site has a minimum width of 1200mm.
      • You can access all facilities and services within from this accessible route.
      • Lighting levels on this accessible route offer good visibility and viewing.
      • The layout suggests a welcoming physical environment (e.g. mobile floor stands provide unimpeded travel, or outdoor environment surfaces are well maintained).
    • Sensory options:

      • Lighting is good throughout the tour. There are no braille indicators installed.
    • Retail Shop:

      • Just inside the main entrance.
      • The shop is on a single level.
      • There is a level accessible entry into the shop.
      • Aisles have a minimum width of 1200mm to allow for pushchairs and mobility equipment.
      • Electronic payment devices (eg. EFTPOS terminals) are reachable and usable.
      • The shop is just inside the main entrance. All EFTPOS machines are audible and are able to reach customers who use mobility equipment. Some of the lighting is very bright in the retail area.
    • Places of assembly, entertainment and recreation:

      • The whole tour area is easily accessed and the video viewing area has flat spaces suitable for wheelchair users.
      • Entertainment areas are on the accessible route.
      • There is no direct access to an accessible toilet.
      • The presentation area or stage is accessible.
    • Designated Accessible Areas:

      • Adequate seating is provided, however they do not have armrests. Grassed areas for support animals are only available on residential berms.
      • There is a grassed area for support animals (e.g. guide, hearing or mobility dogs).
  • Getting out safely:

      • There is a large step at the fire exit at the rear of the building. Staff are on hand to assist. A sprinkler system is installed in all areas.
      • Emergency exits are not completely accessible or hazard free.
      • All fire/smoke doors can stay open automatically during an emergency.
      • There are audible fire alerting devices.
      • Assembly areas (e.g. evacuation point) are on the accessible route.

Mobility

Silver

These are the features that the business provides to create a positive accessible experience for customers or visitors with a mobility impairment.

  • Getting ready to go:

    • The website:

      • www.wetaworkshop.com
      • The website is colourful and easy to navigate. A site map links to all sections of the site, however as yet there are no specific accessibility features outlined.
    • Brochures:

      • The brochure is simple, easy to read with a clear map on how to get there.
      • QR coding used in some advertising brochures.
  • Arriving and Getting In:

    • Car parking:

      • Parking on the roadside is parallel parking only. This is usually very busy during business hours.
    • Drop off/pick up zone:

      • Tour parties are dropped off on the road in the bus park. This is not level with the pavement nor is it under cover, but it is close to the entrance.
      • The drop off/pick up zone is located within 200 metres of the organisation's entrance.
      • There is no shelter over the drop off/pick up zone.
      • There is a kerb curb cut to the pavement or the environment is level.
    • Kerb Side:

      • Kerb cuts all have a small lip to negotiate when going from the road to the pavement.
    • Fixed ramps to the main entrance:

      • A wide, gentle sloping ramp leads up to the entrance door.
      • One at the main entrance.
    • The identified accessible route to the site:

      • There are no ground tactile indicators on the route to assist with navigation. However, the entrance to the main door is wide with a non-slip surface and a gentle slope.
      • The accessible route to the site has a minimum width of 1200mm.
    • Main entrance doorways (this includes gates and turnstiles)

      • Automated doors are installed at the entrance.
  • Getting around within the site:

    • Communicating Accessibly:

      • There are guided tours available upon request.
      • Tours are only available in English.
    • The identified accessible route within the site:

      • The tour traverses a large open space area which is easy access.
      • The accessible route within the site has a minimum width of 1200mm.
      • You can access all facilities and services within from this accessible route.
      • Lighting levels on this accessible route offer good visibility and viewing.
      • The layout suggests a welcoming physical environment (e.g. mobile floor stands provide unimpeded travel, or outdoor environment surfaces are well maintained).
    • Sensory options:

      • Lighting is good throughout the tour. There are no braille indicators installed.
    • Surfaces:

      • Easy movement around the site due to short cut carpet pile.
    • Retail Shop:

      • Just inside the main entrance.
      • The shop is on a single level.
      • There is a level accessible entry into the shop.
      • Aisles have a minimum width of 1200mm to allow for pushchairs and mobility equipment.
      • Electronic payment devices (eg. EFTPOS terminals) are reachable and usable.
      • Easy movement around the shop due to short cut carpet pile.
      • The shop is just inside the main entrance. All EFTPOS machines are audible and are able to reach customers who use mobility equipment. Some of the lighting is very bright in the retail area.
    • Places of assembly, entertainment and recreation:

      • The whole tour area is easily accessed and the video viewing area has flat spaces suitable for wheelchair users.
      • Entertainment areas are on the accessible route.
      • There is level access and floor space for wheelchair users to be seated with the general audience.
      • There is no direct access to an accessible toilet.
      • The presentation area or stage is accessible.
    • Designated Accessible Areas:

      • Adequate seating is provided, however they do not have armrests. Grassed areas for support animals are only available on residential berms.
      • There is a grassed area for support animals (e.g. guide, hearing or mobility dogs).
  • Getting out safely:

      • There is a large step at the fire exit at the rear of the building. Staff are on hand to assist. A sprinkler system is installed in all areas.
      • Emergency exits are not completely accessible or hazard free.
      • All fire/smoke doors can stay open automatically during an emergency.
      • There are audible fire alerting devices.
      • Assembly areas (e.g. evacuation point) are on the accessible route.

Parents

Silver

These are the features that the business provides to create a positive accessible experience for customers or visitors with young children.

  • Getting ready to go:

    • The website:

      • www.wetaworkshop.com
      • The website is colourful and easy to navigate. A site map links to all sections of the site, however as yet there are no specific accessibility features outlined.
    • Brochures:

      • The brochure is simple, easy to read with a clear map on how to get there.
      • QR coding used in some advertising brochures.
  • Arriving and Getting In:

    • Car parking:

      • Parking on the roadside is parallel parking only. This is usually very busy during business hours.
    • Drop off/pick up zone:

      • Tour parties are dropped off on the road in the bus park. This is not level with the pavement nor is it under cover, but it is close to the entrance.
      • The drop off/pick up zone is located within 200 metres of the organisation's entrance.
      • There is no shelter over the drop off/pick up zone.
      • There is a kerb curb cut to the pavement or the environment is level.
    • Kerb Side:

      • Kerb cuts all have a small lip to negotiate when going from the road to the pavement.
    • Fixed ramps to the main entrance:

      • A wide, gentle sloping ramp leads up to the entrance door.
      • One at the main entrance.
    • The identified accessible route to the site:

      • There are no ground tactile indicators on the route to assist with navigation. However, the entrance to the main door is wide with a non-slip surface and a gentle slope.
    • Main entrance doorways (this includes gates and turnstiles)

      • Automated doors are installed at the entrance.
  • Getting around within the site:

    • Communicating Accessibly:

      • There are guided tours available upon request.
      • Tours are only available in English.
    • The identified accessible route within the site:

      • The tour traverses a large open space area which is easy access.
      • The accessible route within the site has a minimum width of 1200mm.
      • You can access all facilities and services within from this accessible route.
      • Lighting levels on this accessible route offer good visibility and viewing.
      • The layout suggests a welcoming physical environment (e.g. mobile floor stands provide unimpeded travel, or outdoor environment surfaces are well maintained).
    • Sensory options:

      • Lighting is good throughout the tour. There are no braille indicators installed.
    • Surfaces:

      • Easy movement around the site due to short cut carpet pile.
    • Retail Shop:

      • Just inside the main entrance.
      • The shop is on a single level.
      • There is a level accessible entry into the shop.
      • Aisles have a minimum width of 1200mm to allow for pushchairs and mobility equipment.
      • Electronic payment devices (eg. EFTPOS terminals) are reachable and usable.
      • Easy movement around the shop due to short cut carpet pile.
      • The shop is just inside the main entrance. All EFTPOS machines are audible and are able to reach customers who use mobility equipment. Some of the lighting is very bright in the retail area.
    • Places of assembly, entertainment and recreation:

      • The whole tour area is easily accessed and the video viewing area has flat spaces suitable for wheelchair users.
      • Entertainment areas are on the accessible route.
      • There is level access and floor space for wheelchair users to be seated with the general audience.
      • There is no direct access to an accessible toilet.
      • The presentation area or stage is accessible.
    • Designated Accessible Areas:

      • Adequate seating is provided, however they do not have armrests. Grassed areas for support animals are only available on residential berms.
      • There is a grassed area for support animals (e.g. guide, hearing or mobility dogs).
  • Getting out safely:

      • There is a large step at the fire exit at the rear of the building. Staff are on hand to assist. A sprinkler system is installed in all areas.
      • Emergency exits are not completely accessible or hazard free.
      • All fire/smoke doors can stay open automatically during an emergency.
      • There are audible fire alerting devices.
      • Assembly areas (e.g. evacuation point) are on the accessible route.

Learning & Intellectual

Silver

These are the features that the business provides to create a positive accessible experience for customers or visitors with a learning or intellectual impairment.

  • Getting ready to go:

    • The website:

      • www.wetaworkshop.com
      • The website is colourful and easy to navigate. A site map links to all sections of the site, however as yet there are no specific accessibility features outlined.
    • Brochures:

      • The brochure is simple, easy to read with a clear map on how to get there.
      • QR coding used in some advertising brochures.
  • Arriving and Getting In:

    • Car parking:

      • Parking on the roadside is parallel parking only. This is usually very busy during business hours.
    • Drop off/pick up zone:

      • Tour parties are dropped off on the road in the bus park. This is not level with the pavement nor is it under cover, but it is close to the entrance.
      • The drop off/pick up zone is located within 200 metres of the organisation's entrance.
      • There is no shelter over the drop off/pick up zone.
      • There is a kerb curb cut to the pavement or the environment is level.
    • Kerb Side:

      • Kerb cuts all have a small lip to negotiate when going from the road to the pavement.
    • Fixed ramps to the main entrance:

      • A wide, gentle sloping ramp leads up to the entrance door.
      • One at the main entrance.
    • The identified accessible route to the site:

      • There are no ground tactile indicators on the route to assist with navigation. However, the entrance to the main door is wide with a non-slip surface and a gentle slope.
      • The accessible route to the site has a minimum width of 1200mm.
    • Main entrance doorways (this includes gates and turnstiles)

      • Automated doors are installed at the entrance.
  • Getting around within the site:

    • Communicating Accessibly:

      • There are guided tours available upon request.
      • Tours are only available in English.
    • The identified accessible route within the site:

      • The tour traverses a large open space area which is easy access.
      • The accessible route within the site has a minimum width of 1200mm.
      • You can access all facilities and services within from this accessible route.
      • Lighting levels on this accessible route offer good visibility and viewing.
      • The layout suggests a welcoming physical environment (e.g. mobile floor stands provide unimpeded travel, or outdoor environment surfaces are well maintained).
    • Sensory options:

      • Lighting is good throughout the tour. There are no braille indicators installed.
    • Surfaces:

      • The floor surface covering is plain and clear.
    • Retail Shop:

      • Just inside the main entrance.
      • The shop is on a single level.
      • There is a level accessible entry into the shop.
      • Aisles have a minimum width of 1200mm to allow for pushchairs and mobility equipment.
      • Electronic payment devices (eg. EFTPOS terminals) are reachable and usable.
      • The floor surface covering in the shop is plain and clear.
      • The shop is just inside the main entrance. All EFTPOS machines are audible and are able to reach customers who use mobility equipment. Some of the lighting is very bright in the retail area.
    • Places of assembly, entertainment and recreation:

      • The whole tour area is easily accessed and the video viewing area has flat spaces suitable for wheelchair users.
      • Entertainment areas are on the accessible route.
      • There is level access and floor space for wheelchair users to be seated with the general audience.
      • There is no direct access to an accessible toilet.
      • The presentation area or stage is accessible.
    • Designated Accessible Areas:

      • Adequate seating is provided, however they do not have armrests. Grassed areas for support animals are only available on residential berms.
      • There is a grassed area for support animals (e.g. guide, hearing or mobility dogs).
  • Getting out safely:

      • There is a large step at the fire exit at the rear of the building. Staff are on hand to assist. A sprinkler system is installed in all areas.
      • Emergency exits are not completely accessible or hazard free.
      • All fire/smoke doors can stay open automatically during an emergency.
      • There are audible fire alerting devices.
      • Assembly areas (e.g. evacuation point) are on the accessible route.