Vodafone Events Centre

770 Great South Road, Manukau 2104

For more than a decade, Vodafone Events Centre has hosted, welcomed and entertained more than 2.2 million patrons, clients and guests. They have hosted thousands of events — exhibits, concerts, conferences, conventions, seminars, festivals, fairs, fashion shows, graduations, performances, plays, weddings, community activities, workshops, and every event conceivable — and have become a special place of great memories and a magnificent centre of successful outcomes.
Owned and operated by Second Nature Charitable Trust (formerly Counties Manukau Pacific Trust) on behalf of the community, they are one of Auckland’s most iconic event venues. Located beside the motorway and just 10 minutes from the Auckland International Airport, it is one of the most convenient and ideal locations — close to essential establishments and accommodations yet allow guests to remain focused and undistracted during an event.
The space is made up of highly flexible and spacious venues so can accommodate board meetings for 10, conferences for 1200 or concerts for 4000 — all under one roof!
Lastly, Vodafone Events Centre delivers the country’s largest free schools programme and provides high quality educational experiences led by industry professionals. They are dedicated to giving back to the community to help build a better New Zealand.

Second Nature Charitable Trust is the proud custodian of Vodafone Events Centre and Vector Wero Whitewater Park on behalf of the community

770 Great South Road, Manukau 2104    
Phone (09) 976 7777


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About Manukau

Manukau is the heart of Auckland’s south, a vibrant cosmopolitan centre and home to the largest Polynesian community in the world. For a taste of the Pacific, visit Otara Market, New Zealand’s largest street market bursting with life and flavour.

Hit the rides and rollercoasters at Rainbow’s End, New Zealand’s largest theme park, or visit some of the many other family attractions and activities nearby, including mini golf, paintball, go karting, bike riding and a rope courses.

For something more relaxing, take a stroll through the stunning Auckland Botanic Gardens – picnic on the grass, enjoy a bite in the café and find the fantastic sculptures spread through the gardens. Take the kids to Butterfly Creek to walk through the tropical butterfly house full of hundreds of colourful, free-flying butterflies, plus huge saltwater crocodiles and cute farm animals.

A lovely place to dine out is the Villa Maria Vineyard and café, or take a stroll followed by some lovely lunch at Bracu Olive Estate.

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