Kauri Museum now Available as a Conference Venue

27 July 2011

The Kauri Museum up in beautiful Northland is renowned for its outstanding award-winning displays of the mighty Kauri tree. The museum showcases the world’s largest collection of Kauri gum and has just won the Grand Pacific Tours Favourite North Island Attraction category!

But there is another reason to visit the Matakohe museum. The Kauri Museum is now also a brand-new, unique conference and functions venue. Function spaces include various exhibition spaces for a Victorian High Tea, the Gum Diggers Café and an adjacent community hall. The boardroom seats 20. Whether for a family function, a business conference or team building experience – the Kauri Museum is ideal and easily accessible for day trips from Auckland.

To look at capacities and info on the Kauri Museum and other Northland venues, Northland’s RTO page now has a regional capacity indicator in the conference section.