211 Willis St, Te Aro, Wellington 6011, New Zealand

Bus stop

Ghuznee Street at Willis Street

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Limited on-street parking available on Willis and Ghuznee Street.
Wilson Parking available at 192 Willis Street.

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Wheelchair accessibility
Accessible via ramp on right side of the door.

Accessible seating
Wheelchair spaces available for booking.

Accessible parking
Two mobility parking spaces on Dixon Street after Cuba Street intersection. See Wellington City Council's website for more mobility parking information.

If you require a specific seat, please contact iTICKET's Accessible Seating Line on 09 361 1000 and a customer service representative will assist you with your booking. The standard phone booking fee will be waived for these orders. If you rely on other access requirements to ensure your enjoyment of the show, please contact the Wellington Jazz Festival Ticketing Team at

About St Peter's On Willis

St Peter’s Church is one of the great timber buildings of Wellington, the work of the foremost local architect of the time, Thomas Turnbull, and a significant example nationally of the Gothic style executed in timber. It has high aesthetic value for its architectural design, the assurance of its main interior space with plain white walls and rich timber finishes, its stained glass windows, and for its landmark/townscape qualities.

The building, when seen as part of a group of fine 19th C Thomas Turnbull timber Gothic churches in Wellington’s CBD, is of national significance.