All our venues and events are operating to the Covid-19 Protection Framework orange setting requirements.  

When visiting, we recommend you wear a face mask, however it is not a requirement.  
 
Check out our frequently asked questions (FAQs) below for more information.

  • Aotea Te Pokapū – Aotea Centre

Mon – Fri     8am to 6pm
Sat – Sun     9am to 5pm

And when scheduled events are taking place in the Aotea Centre 

No. If you are visiting our venues or events, you no longer need to show a My Vaccine Pass.

No. If you are visiting our venues or events, you are no longer required to scan in. 

We recommend you wear a face mask; however, it is not a requirement. All our customer-facing staff will continue to wear face masks.

Cleaning of our venues, public bathrooms and offices remains a high priority and will take place regularly in line with our enhanced on-site hygiene and safety measures. 

Please play your part in helping keep everyone safe by sanitising your hands at the on-site sanitiser stations prior to entry.   

If possible, please try and maintain a one-metre distance from our staff and other people. 

If you are feeling unwell or have Covid-19 symptoms, have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for Covid-19, are awaiting the results of a Covid-19 test, are subject to isolation requirements or have visited a location of interest, we ask that you stay at home and do not enter our venues.  

  • Wearing a face mask and maintaining a one-metre distance between others is recommended  
  • All café and bar staff will continue to wear face masks.  
  • The Terrace Café has a large outdoor seating/dining area for all visitors to enjoy.  
  • Customers can grab and go from the cashier  
  • All takeaway drinks are served in disposable cups.  

No, there are no capacity limits for indoor or outdoor events.

We ask that you and your guests make a reasonable assessment of your health status before attending our venue or the event. If you have or are displaying symptoms of Covid-19 or feeling unwell, please stay at home.