Ngaio Town Hall

The Ngaio Town Hall is a large, welcoming facility, centrally located in Ngaio. It is suitable for events, community fairs, preschool and after-school groups, meetings, performances, and other recreation and leisure activities.

Ngaio Town Hall.
Ngaio Town Hall



Monday–Friday: 10am–5pm  
Public holidays: closed  
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Centre access for events and programmes 


What’s on 

The hall is used for a range of events and activities, such as yoga, zumba and tai chi, and as a community drop-in centre. 

It is home to the Ngaio Badminton and Onslow Table Tennis Clubs as well as to the local toy library, open fortnightly on Saturdays, 9.30am–11.30am – find out more on the Ngaio Toy Library Facebook page.




There is shared off-street parking. There are two mobility car parks in front of the library. 


  • An entry ramp at the front entrance and side entrance of the building
  • Gender diverse toilets
  • Two mobility car parks in front of the library

Bookings and charges


No DJs, live bands or loud music after 11pm.

No bouncy castles or dry ice machines.


See the charges for hiring a space in a Council community centre.

Selling alcohol

If you want to sell alcohol, you need to apply for a special liquor licence.

Apply for a licence – special licence

Make a booking

To request a booking, enquire online:

Request a booking

You can also contact the team at Cummings Park (Ngaio) Library:

Phone: 04 479 2344


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.

Contact and address

Ngaio Town Hall

Phone: 04 479 2344


Street address: 1 Ottawa Road, Ngaio