Get business done in a great venue, while supporting your local charity.
Easily accessible located in The Gardens, Manurewa. Tōtara Hospice Conference Centre offers a competitively priced, convenient, and professional conference venue hire with all the facilities and equipment required to host a successful meeting. Access to the Conference Centre is adjacent to our Clinical Hub and is self-contained.
Competitively priced, our space is excellent for corporates, business groups, non-profits or service groups wishing to hold meetings, trainings, off-site strategy workshops, networking or club events, seminars and small conferences.
Whole Day Pricing
Half Day Pricing
|Full Conference Centre $700 +gst
Half Conference Centre $450 +gst
|Full Conference Centre $450 +gst
Half Conference Centre $250 +gst
Our space is highly flexible to tailor to your needs and the centre is set according to your specifications. The following numbers are a guide only.
|80 – 90 guests
60 – 70 guests
40 – 60 guests
Equipped with fantastic facilities, our Conference Centre is user friendly and the perfect location for all events.
At Tōtara Hospice we have a full range of onsite catering options available including:
Also available is our onsite cafe, Café Aroha where you can pre-order barista-made coffee and other cafe items.
An additional service that can be added to your Conference Centre booking is a tea and coffee service. This includes instant tea and coffee, milk, sugar, and a hot water urn. Disposable cups and rubbish facilities will be available throughout the booking.
Full day tea and coffee services: $5 per person + gst
Half day tea and coffee services: $3 per person + gst
To book your next event please contact the conference team on 09 640 0243.
Or email email@example.com for more information, availability, and terms and conditions.
Hiring our Conference Room is a fantastic way to support the charitable work we carry out in your community.
Know that the proceeds from your booking go directly towards supporting Tōtara Hospice caring for terminally ill patients and their whānau in the community.