City Gallery – has change tables in its foyer toilets.
Grey St – there are new public toilets on Grey Street, between Featherston Street and Lambton Quay and a couple of toilets have baby change facilities.
Felix Cafe – this cafe, on the corner of Wakefield and Cuba Streets, has a change table in the toilets.
David Jones – On the second floor in the men’s departments very new and well equipped.
Museum of City and Sea- there’s a toilet on the ground floor, to the left before you go through to the museum, with a fold-down change table.
Reading Cinema – there’s a change room beside the toilets on the first floor (use the lifts to get there).
St James – has a change table in the toilets on the ground floor.
Te Papa – has small change rooms on the ground floor (head towards the cafe but turn right when you get to the tables), on level 2 near StoryPlace and on the 3rd floor close to the marae (from the marae, walk past the huge greenstone slab and the toilets are on your left).
Wellington Central Library – there is a children’s toilet and a table that can be used for changing nappies (with your own blanket) near the Rock n’ Rhyme/Story-time area. Also a comfortable parent’s room with change table upstairs in the mezzanine floor toilets.
New World – Change room downstairs along from Wholly Bagel although they are not particularly inviting and there’s no toilet in the room.
Loaves and Fishes – the hall next to St Paul’s Cathedral (corner of Molesworth and Hill Sts) has a fantastic large toilet with change table and even a stool for small children to use to wash their hands.
DressSmart – Has some feeding chairs and changing facilities. Walk almost to the end of the mall and they are on your right-hand side.
Johnsonville Mall – good parent’s room with feeding chairs, change facilities, bottle warmer etc.
North City Mall has two parents rooms (one upstairs, next to The Body Shop, and one downstairs, opposite Wendy’s icecreams). Both have curtained cubicles with comfy armchairs for feeding, a nappy-changing bench, and a toilet with one regular-sized toilet and one miniature toilet for our little people. There’s a TV there too, which is often showing a DVD for the kids too (Brum, Thomas, etc)
Porirua Library – there is a toilet in the children’s area. It is kept locked, but ask at the children’s library desk for the key. Has a change table and toilet. There’s also a toilet and change table in the disabled toilets at the far end of Pataka (by Kaizen cafe). No specific feeding facilities in these spots but suggest the children’s area of the library.
There’s a great parent’s room on the first floor, right next to the top of the stairs to the baggage collection area. The door is next to the Silvermoon shop. It’s a large room with feeding chairs, change tables and even a children’s toilet. Good on you Wellington airport.
There’s a fantastic changing room on the right hand side just after the reception desk at the gates. The door is next to the ladies toilets.
Westfield Mall, Lower Hutt
Westfield Mall, Lower Hutt has excellent change and feeding rooms, ground floor and level 1.
Coastlands Mall, Paraparaumu – has a fantastic space opposite the food court. Lots of room to park buggies in. A couple of curtained cubicles for feeding babies, and each of those cubicles has a little seat to attach stray toddlers into, while you feed the baby. There’s a nappy-changing bench, and there’s a little playground, with a childproof gate – perfect for stopping the toddlers escaping while you change their little brother’s nappy! There’s also a toilet room with regular-sized and miniature-sized toilets inside. (Many thanks to Bronwyn for this information.)