Kia Ora Koutou

From midnight 07 September we move to ‘Delta Level 2’. Under Delta Level 2 additional controls apply. Everyone aged 12 and over must legally keep a record of where they have been when visiting places such as restaurants, cinemas, concerts, churches, and close-contact businesses like hairdressers. A 50 person limit applies for indoor gatherings, hospitality and event venues, 100 people for outdoor settings.

Please keep 2 metres apart from people you do not know in public, in retail stores, libraries, gyms and museums. Mask wearing is mandatory for everyone aged 12 and over in indoor public facilities like shops, libraries, museums and retail malls except for school children at school where it is a recommended. Face coverings are mandatory for customer-facing staff at hospitality venues and public facilities. Please shop local and support businesses.

Interregional travel is allowed within level 2 areas but Auckland remains at Level 4 and travel exemptions are required along with a negative test prior for anyone crossing between levels.

If you have been in any of the locations identified on the government covid19 page or have ANY FLU-LIKE SYMPTOMS self-isolate at your home or your accommodation, call Healthline on 08003585453 for advice. This is a requirement by law not an option. More info covid19.govt.nz. Please be really mindful to do your bit to keep our community safe Delta is twice as contagious as earlier variants. Kia kaha and thank you for keeping our community safe.

Welcome to Eketāhuna. Real Kiwi Country. We are a small friendly country town located at the southern end of the Tararua District.  Set in a beautiful surrounding of native bush, rivers, farm lands and the magnificent Tararua Ranges and the Awesomest Town in New Zealand.

Friendly Locals

Eketāhuna has a proud heritage and we welcome all visitors to come and experience our warm friendly Kiwi Country Town. No matter where you go, or what you do, Eketāhuna will always welcome you.

Corner of Main & Bridge Street – Turn Off Here For The Campground

We have a range of activities whether you are making a rest stop, filling up with food, coffee,petrol or cash (ATM fee applies on withdrawals) on your way through on State Highway 2, stopping for a round of golf, staying for Wings Over Wairarapa or other regional events, visiting friends and family or exploring our beautiful region.

Specialty Shops, Cafes, Coffee & A Wide Range of Sporting Options

Community Garden
Skate Park & Playground in Bridge Street
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