Ngaio Town Hall

Ngaio Town Hall and Library Room is a space for community services, sports, performances, and cultural events. It also hosts a toy library and community drop-in centre.

Ngaio Town Hall.

Ngaio Town Hall

The hall and library room were opened in 1924, and have been used for a range of community events ever since. In the early days, this included silent movie evenings organised by the local Progressive Association.

The hall was renovated in 1989 and continues to be a venue for the community. It contains a stage and kitchen and has capacity for 300 people.


1 Ottawa Road, Ngaio.

What's on

The hall hosts a range of events including fitness classes like yoga, zumba and tai chi, and a drop-in centre lunch. Take a look at the monthly calendar for more information.


Drop In Centre

Tuesday 11am-2pm

Toy Library

Tuesday and Saturday


There is shared off-street parking.


  • An entry ramp at the front entrance
  • Access to unisex toilets
  • Two mobility car parks in front of the library


Hall: Holds 250 to 300 people; 100 chairs and 15 tables.

Kitchen: Oven, small fridge and Zip hot water boiler (no cutlery, crockery or catering services).

Bookings, charges and restrictions

Make your booking enquiry at least 3 weeks before your meeting or event. We will contact you about your enquiry within 3 working days. See: Bookings, Charges and Restriction

More information

Community Halls Coordinator
Phone: 04 479 2344