Te Atamira Tāhuna Queenstown

Mon-Sat 9am-5pm Sun 10am-4pm

Te Atamira is a multi-purpose, community-oriented arts and culture space in the heart of the Whakatipu region with a wide-ranging, curated programme of exhibitions, displays, workshops classes, performances and events designed for everyone to be creative, every day. 

Book a class, visit the spaces or buy a gift. Their 22 purpose-built spaces include an art gallery, dance studios, performance spaces, a recording studio, music teaching and rehearsal rooms, a pottery studio, art workshop and a community project space. Various free drop-in sessions and events, including tea-break talks on Tuesdays and Thursday at 11am.


Free entry

For more info visit:

Te Atamira Tāhuna Queenstown


Dart House Building
11/12 Hawthorne Drive


027 1800 2868




Te Atamira is committed to being open and accessible to all visitors. Should you require special assistance, please enquire at the reception desk/shop or email in advance of your visit. They are always happy to help. All spaces are accessible by wheelchair, including toilet facilities. Guide and assistance dogs are welcome throughout Te Atamira. Free entry + free WIFI available throughout the building.


Parking can be found right outside Te Atamira within the Remarkables Park Shopping Centre. With over 800 parking spaces located throughout the Centre, there is plenty of space.


Remarkables Shops bus stop is located 100m from Te Atamira. It is approximately 15 minutes walk (or 5 minutes drive) from the airport.

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