Matangi Hall

478 Tauwhare Road, Matangi  

Capacity: Approx. 150-200    Floor Area: 410m2

The hall features a variety of rooms including a main hall, kitchen, dining, lobby, stage and toilets, including a disabled toilet. The hall is used for indoor bowls, badminton, events, community meetings and school discos.

Contact details:
Betty Clough
Phone: 8563347
Mobile: 0278257850

Allan Turner Memorial Walkway

Fuschia Lane

Fantastic Suspension bridge and walkway, this bridge crosses over the Mangaharakeke stream and connects the Matangi Side of the area (via Fuchsia Lane) with Tamahere  (via Woodcock Road) and is well used and loved by bikers and walkers.

Named after Allan Turner who was a Waikato District Council staff member and great supporter of community open spaces and walkways.

Allan Turner Memorial Walkway

Allan Turner Memorial Walkway


Jack Foster Reserve ~ 591 Matangi Road

A lovely Reserve next St David’s that is named in honor of local legend Jack Foster.

img_20170127_203418Jack Foster Reserve

Jack Foster Reserve Sign
New sign up at Jack Foster Reserve

IMG_6162Tamahere Forum Articles on opening: Vet Jack Foster celebrated | Jack Foster Reserve thrills


Matangi Recreational Reserve                         

650 Tauwhare Rd

Home of the Matangi Hillcrest Rugby Club

and the Matangi Sports Club

Check out their page to see what’s happening and come down, watch and support and maybe join our local teams, Senior Rugby, U’17s Rugby League, Senior Netball, High School Netball and Rugby touch teams play. Also fundraisers and other news







Good Street Reserve and Playground

Good Street Reserve and Playground
Good Street Reserve



Wally Pollock Reserve ~ Titoki Drive

Waikato District Council Article: Reserve Opening

Tamahere Reserve, 34 Tauwhare Road

It all began with a desire to rehabilitate the Tamahere Reserve, a 4.6ha block of land owned by the Waikato District Council. The land has remained neglected for over 40 years with many mature and unpruned pine trees adding to the neglected state. The reserve has a significant history dating back to the 1860’s and is a remnant of the Kahikatea swamp forests dating from many years previously. With the installation of boardwalks the visitor is able to wander through the gully and observe and enjoy the ecological work. Other walking pathways are under construction but can be used with care.

Tamahere Reserves


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