Ranfurly Town Hall
As is fitting for any town that was once also a borough, Ranfurly has its own town hall. Built in the 1930s, replacing the original town hall that was burned down, the present town hall was built in the modernist art deco style dominant of the day. The facility features a main hall with stage (set up with 200 removable seats), foyer, kitchen, supper room, ticketing office, bar, toilets and a projector room. The town hall was extensively refurbished in 1998.
Lighting and sound systems can be hired by arrangement with the Ranfurly Drama Club.
The hall is an ideal venue for functions, theatre and concerts. Bookings and enquiries for the Ranfurly Town Hall can be made by phoning (03) 444 9170 or dropping into Council's Ranfurly Service Centre.
Maniototo Park Stadium and Rugby Clubrooms
In the heart of Ranfurly's Maniototo Park, and surrounded by expansive areas of sports fields, is the Maniototo Park Stadium and Rugby Clubrooms. The facility comprises a gymnasium that is marked out for netball, badminton, basketball and volleyball. There is a viewing gallery that gives a fantastic bird's eye view of the action below, be it a fast moving netball game or those "tripping the light fantastic" on the dance floor.
The Stadium and Rugby Clubrooms share a commercial kitchen, a separate bar room - both of which can be accessed from either the stadium or clubrooms. The clubrooms is carpeted and seats 100 people comfortably for dining. The stadium is an ideal venue for weddings, cabarets and funerals, with a capacity of 340 people.
Bookings and enquiries for the Maniototo Stadium and Rugby Clubroom can be made by phoning (03) 444 9170 or popping into Council's Ranfurly Service Centre.
At the rear of the stadium building there are two squash courts. These courts are managed by the Maniototo Squash Club. For enquiries related to these please contact Jude McMillan (03) 444 9718 and Chris Mulholland (03) 444 7801.
Naseby Town Hall
Dating back to the founding of the Naseby Borough in the 1870s the celebrated Naseby Town Hall situated on Leven Street echoes with the memories of yesteryear. Once upon a time the local jail was situated in its basement. Located within the historic precinct of this popular holiday town the small hall has a capacity of 90 people and includes a stage, supper room, foyer and toilet facilities.
Bookings and enquiries for the Naseby Hall can be made by phoning (03) 444 9170 or dropping into Council's Ranfurly Service Centre.
Waipiata Memorial Hall
The Waipiata Memorial Hall situated in the heart of the Waipiata township is a credit to the small rural committee who oversee its day-to-day management. The hall boasts a sprung dance floor, a piano and a supper room next to the kitchen. The acoustics of the hall are superb, which makes this a great venue for concerts, dances or just a social gathering. The capacity of the hall is 280 persons.
Bookings and enquiries for the Waipiata Hall can be made by phoning (03) 444 9170 or dropping into Council's Ranfurly Service Centre.’
Surrounded by the rolling hills of Wedderburn in the Maniototo, and beside the popular Central Otago Rail Trail, is Wedderburn's Hall. The distinctive mud brick hall has a stage and kitchen - a truly authentic local hall run by a local committee. Its capacity is 70 persons.
The hall is managed by the Wedderburn Hall Committee. Bookings and enquiries should be made direct to the Committee.
Phone: (03) 444 9194
This quaint hall is located on Ranfurly-Patearoa Road at the entrance to the peaceful settlement of Patearoa. Within easy walking distance to amenities in town the small but functional hall is suitable for a wide range of functions, events and meetings. The facility has a main hall along with stage, toilets and features a renovated supper room with kitchen and servery. Outside on the roadside is the Patearoa War Memorial.
The hall is managed by the Patearoa Hall Committee. Bookings and enquiries should be made directly to the Committee.
Phone: (03) 444 7774