a community hall in the heart of Waiheke Island

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The NEW HOPE and MORRA HALL MASSIVE GARAGE SALE, 14-15th August

The New Hope Shop has gifted the Morra Hall with their left over stock to sell as a fundraiser for the hall. There is some furniture and a whole shop full of fantastic op-shop goodies that will be for sale!

Join us for the Morra HallĀ  ~ New Hope Shop giant garage sale, Friday 14th and Saturday 15th August, 9am – 3pm.

All proceeds are being generously gifted to the Morra to help the hall survive and thrive into the future.

Thank you New Hope!

Getting Involved

Welcome to Morra Hall

Welcome to the website for The Morra Hall, a Community Hall in the heart of Waiheke.

We have a great range of regular events and classes in the Main Hall and Meeting Room, including: Table Tennis, Yoga, Fitness Classes, Buddhist meetings, Health group meetings and more.

MORRA stands for Matiatia and Oneroa Ratepayers And Residents Association.

In this website you make booking enquiries for the hall, and, you can view our calendar to see what is happening when.

Support MORRA by becoming a member: Join here >>

The hall committee wish all on Waiheke and in New Zealand to remain well and safe under Level 1 Alert Level operation.

Morra Hall exists to offer a community space for the benefit of all Waiheke. Like many community spaces the Morra Hall needs your support – now more than ever.

Support MORRA by becoming a member / donate here >>

Please do consider offering any support you can, either by joining as a member, or offering a donation. Our income has been drastically reduced these past months and this year we will struggle to pay for insurance and other costs.

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Become a Member

MORRA is an association which requires membership. We warmly invite you to be part of MORRA and to join us by becoming a member.

Growing our membership means that we can continue to operate and provide the hall and meeting room and the facilities for the benefit of all users, whether they be from Waiheke Island, or further afield in New Zealand.