The Gus Fisher Gallery
Situated in the historic Kenneth Myers Centre, Gus Fisher Gallery is committed to promoting the evolution of visual arts and culture.
Auckland is very compact, which makes it ideal to explore on foot or by bicycle. See below for information about getting to the venue. If you are looking for general advice on travelling within and to Auckland, visit Auckland Transport
Closest bus stop is 110 Queen Street, services the Inner Link and City Link buses.
Closest pay and display parking is directly outside the gallery on the street.
Closest car parking with accessible bays is located to the left of the Gus Fisher Gallery.
Closest taxi rank is located at 2 Princes Street, operating all day.
Closest train station is Britomart, located 600m away from the Gus Fisher Gallery
The gallery space is all on one level. However, disability access to the gallery is only possible via a lift, which unfortunately can only be operated by key card access. Please ask a gallery staff member, or telephone the gallery, for assistance getting in and out of the building.
A wheelchair accessible toilet is located on level three of the building. This is accessible via the lift. Please ask a gallery staff member for assistance, as the lift can unfortunately only be operated via an access card.
Assistance dogs are welcome in the gallery.