The Holocaust Centre of New Zealand has a research library available to the public. Access to video testimonies of survivors is also available at the Centre.
While it is not necessary to book for an individual person to visit the Centre, it is advised that students contact us in advance if planning to use the Centre's resources collections in case there are school group bookings scheduled. Our volunteers will be able to advise you when it's suitable to plan a research visit, and will be available to assist you on-site.
The public footpath on Webb Street provides easy access to the main entrance on the ground floor and is wheelchair accessible. All of our exhibits in the centre are on the ground floor.
All Library materials are available on-site only, as the Centre does not currently lend its catalogue collections.
The Centre has one scanner and photocopier which facilitates A4 size document copying and scanning. Personal laptop computers are welcome and the Centre provides a free Wi-Fi network to support your research needs.