Community Halls


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Community Halls

Scattered across Marlborough are 24 local halls that serve as meeting points for their immediate communities.
Generally built by community labour, some of them were constructed as war memorials. Some are located in suburban neighbourhoods while others are connected to a country primary school.

They're a venue for arts, cultural, recreational and leisure activities; places where voluntary groups can meet. Importantly, they're often still the civil defence posts for their communities. Most of all, these buildings can help bring communities together.

Most of Marlborough's halls are run as community facilities, available for use or hire. Small bands of volunteers - the hall committees - do the important work of managing and maintaining these buildings, taking responsibility for their own working bees and fundraising.

If you want to know more about the events at your local hall or to enquire about hire, search the community information database and type in a keyword, for example Awatere, to find the contact details for bookings. See below for a list of halls in Marlborough.

Search the community information database

  • Awatere Hall
  • Canvastown Hall
  • Carluke Hall
  • D'Urville Island Community Hall
  • Fairhall Hall
  • French Pass Hall
  • Havelock Sports Pavilion
  • Havelock Town Hall
  • Homewood War Memorial Hall Board
  • Linkwater Hall
  • Okaramio Hall
  • Okiwi Bay Hall
  • Picton Community Centre
  • Pine Valley Outdoor Centre
  • Rapaura Hall
  • Redwood Community Centre
  • Renwick Community Hall
  • Riverlands Hall
  • Spring Creek Hall
  • Tuamarina Hall
  • Wairau Valley Golf Clubrooms
  • Wairau Valley Hall
  • Waitaria Bay Hall
  • Ward/Flaxbourne Community Hall