Tauhara Retreat & Conference Centre

All year round

If you’re looking for a place to rest and recharge, meet warm-hearted, inspiring people or let the beautiful nature inspire you – Tauhara is the place to be.

Tauhara Retreat & Conference Centre hosts many events, retreats, meetings and conferences. Some of these events are private gatherings while others are open to general registration. Even though the calendar may appear to be fully booked in places, the programme is subject to change. There is often the opportunity for private retreats, or small groups to be at Tauhara while other groups are using some of the facilities. There is usually space during the week for private retreats and small groups. It is important that you contact the Centre to ensure that there is space for you.



For more info visit:

Tauhara Retreat & Conference Centre


60 Acacia Heights Drive
RD 5


07 378 7507


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