Connecting our Community
The new Te Puna Memorial Hall was completed at the end of 2020 and is sited as close as possible to that of the old hall, which was demolished to make way for a roundabout to improve the safety of the intersection of Te Puna Road and State Highway Two.
The Te Puna Hall is now a fantastic venue to hold your next event, whether performance, social or corporate.
The main hall with stage and large backstage can seat 250 people, and provides a state of the art kitchen which opens onto a supper room. With two additional meeting rooms, full wheelchair access and disabled toilet facilities the hall caters to a wide variety of uses.
Hall users can use their own caterers and alcohol is permitted on the premises (with appropriate licences and restrictions).
Located behind the BP Service Station and Te Puna Four Square with Nourish Cafe opposite, Te Puna Deli and The White House restaurant across the highway there are several alternatives to self-catering.
There is parking right outside during the day or night.
Please explore this site to see how the hall will meet your needs, how to book, and what the hire charges are.
MAIN ROOM/AUDITORIUM AND STAGE which has a large backstage as well, allows for gatherings of around 300 people and event seating for 250. With an attractive timber sprung floor and doors opening to outside this space is ideal for performance, family celebrations, conferences, meetings and more.
KITCHEN : The state of the art kitchen, with a commercial dishwasher, double-door fridge, microwave oven, blast oven, several sinks, and loads of bench space is ideal for larger catering functions. The kitchen opens onto a generous supper room and one of the two meeting rooms.
MEETING ROOMS: The meeting rooms and foyer have access to their own hot water boiler and microwave for hot drinks and snacks. Both meeting rooms feature beautiful solid tables constructed from timbers taken from the original hall.
ARCHIVE ROOM : Off the main foyer is an archive room that will become a place of memory for the Te Puna researchers and genealogists.
PARKING : There’s plenty of parking at the front, south side, and rear of the hall and bike stands for the energetic.