From www.waiotapu.co.nz: Wheelchair access is available for Walk One only. Walk One provides many of the colourful features including the Champagne Pool, Sinter Terraces, Artists Palette, mud pools and craters. From the iWheeltravel blog It is possible to visit Wai-o-Tapu in a wheelchair.There are special parking spaces for disabled people near the main entrance and near the geyser entrance. There is a toilet suitable for wheelchair users near the main entrance. In the park there are three different walks to do if you want to see everything. It is only possible to do the first one for wheelchair users. There are stairs in the two others. Anyway all the main things are along the first walk. Moreover, the park is free for disabled people. So there is no reason not to go for it! All along the visit there are some view platforms but they are surrounded by wooden barriers to protect people to fall in the hot waters. Unfortunately these barriers are quite high and wheelchair users must look between the bars. In some places barriers are lower which allows a better view. For example the Champagne Pool is perfectly visible.
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