The National Library building is accessible for people in wheelchairs, and our staff are able to help you use our collections and services.

Our Print Disability Collection contains a range of talking books for people who are unable to use printed material.

Mobility access to the National Library building

The Library's Reading Room in Wellington is accessible for people in wheelchairs. A wheelchair-accessible toilet is available.

A wheelchair is available for use at the Reading Room.

Carparks are available for people with disabilities – please call us before your visit to book a space.

Guide dogs are welcome in the Library.

Contact us for mobility support

Assistance with our collections and services

Our staff can help you use our computers to search catalogues and view digital resources. Magnifying glasses are available for use with collection items.

We have staff members trained in sign language who are available to help you during your visit. Please contact us to make an appointment.

Contact us for assistance with accessing collections

Talking books

The Print Disability Collection contains talking books for anyone who is unable to use printed material because of illness, vision impairment or a physical, perceptual, or other disability.

More about the Print Disability Collection