• Town Hall Cinemas

    303 High Street, Rangiora .

    Originally built at a cost of £10,850, the historic Rangiora Town Hall opened on 27 May 1926 as Everybody’s Cinema: the first cinema screen in Canterbury, seating 600. The main hall showing moving pictures, and live performances.

    In 1931, the name changed to the Regent Theatre and over the following years the building went through a number of alterations.

    Following the Feb 2011 earthquake, the building underwent a complete makeover. The beautifully refurbished and restored Town Hall complex has re-emerged with not only a fully restored auditorium, but also three state-of-the-art digital cinemas.

  • MainPower Stadium

    289 Coldstream Road, Rangiora .

    Not just a sports stadium!

    MainPower Stadium is operated by the North Canterbury Sport and Recreation Trust and benefits the whole Waimakariri community. The Stadium has sports courts, large, well-equipped gym and fitness centre, changing rooms, coaching and meeting spaces. The Stadium has seating for up to 500 spectators in the main hall. Its location on Coldstream Road in Rangiora places it next to other popular sporting facilities, such as outdoor courts for hockey, netball. Rangiora Golf Course and the MainPower Oval (cricket) are also nearby

  • Dudley Park Aquatic Centre

    47 Church Street, Rangiora .

    The Dudley Park Aquatic Centre is an indoor heated aquatic facility, open year-round

    The centre features a large 8-lane 25 metre lane pool, a 19.5 metre learners' pool, children's leisure pool including a 'lazy river', toddler area, and spa pool. The changing facilities have a disability/access toilet and change area with hoist and wet bed

    The pool often has a large inflatable session in the afternoon - a lot of fun!