If you plan on visiting The Trusts Arena, please make sure to check in first. Simply fill in the printed form in the foyer, or scan the printed QR code using the new NZ COVID Tracer app. Thank you for your cooperation.
For more information on this app, and how to download it, please use the link below.
Privacy Statement for the collection of personal information under the Epidemics Preparedness Act 2006 and associated legislation to respond to Covid-19
We are collecting personal information from you during Level 2, including information about your:
· contact information: address and telephone number
We collect your personal information in order to:
· assist the Ministry of Health to contact trace under the Epidemics Preparedness Act 2006 and associated legislation
Besides our staff, we share this information with:
· the Ministry of Health via the regional Medical Officers of Health appointed under the Health Act 1956 in order to assist the Ministry of Health trace contacts of those diagnosed with Covid-19.
Providing this information when you visit The Arena is necessary to protect the health of all users of the Arena. If you chose not to enter your name, address and phone number, we reserve the right to advise the Ministry of Health and may be required to by law.
We keep your information safe by storing it in encrypted file where it is provided electronically or if provided in writing in a closed filed only accessible by The Arena’s Privacy Officer.
We keep your information for four weeks from the date of collection at which point we securely destroy it by secure erasing.
You have the right to ask for a copy of any personal information we hold about you, and to ask for it to be corrected if you think it is wrong. If you would like to ask for a copy of your information, or to have it corrected, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 09 970 5200 or The Trusts Arena PO Box 21241, Waitakere 0610, Attention The Privacy Officer.
Yes, we are open and will be following the Governments Level 2 guideline requirements.
Yes, all of our 7 function rooms and spaces are available for hire. There will be new guidelines for Level 2, so please contact Simon Daly for more information.
For any booking enquiries, please call Simon on,
Phone DDI: 09 970 5207
Mobile: 021 545 484
Click here to send Simon an email.
Yes, you can book a court. Please click here for more information.
We have placed hand sanitizer dispensers throughout the arena in key areas.
We are undertaking regular cleaning routines and have used signage throughout the arena to help people maintain safe distances.
Yes, the running track is available to the public. If there is an event or booking that stops public use, we will have signage notifying you. You can call our reception desk to confirm availabilty.
Tel: 09 970 5200 or click here to send an email.
Yes, our Cafe is open.
The Northern Mystics season will be starting soon, however, there won’t be any spectator access. Only televised matches.
The Northern Mystics are a New Zealand netball team based in Auckland who currently competes in the ANZ Premiership.
Contact Northern Mystics
c/- The Trusts Arena, Waitakere
65-67 Central Park Drive
PO Box 21241
Ph: (09) 913 0837
The Waitakere Rugby season is currently on hiatus.
Waitakere City Rugby Football & Sports Club Inc
Trusts Stadium, Lower Level, 65-67 Central Park Drive, Henderson, Auckland | PO Box 21 241, Henderson, Auckland
Telephone Club 0220395309
WWAB can start training under level 2 guidelines of 1 – 10 ratio player/ coach. Please read below for more details.
Essentially, for community sport, Level 2 is a ‘Get Ready’ phase followed by a ‘Prepare to Play’ phase.
Under the ‘Get Ready’ phase, anyone offering basketball in their communities must prepare and put robust health and safety measures in place. This includes contact tracing, limiting bubbles to 10 people, sanitation processes and physical distancing.
The ‘Prepare to Play’ phase means players and sports providers can start training in bubbles of ten people or less, but only within a controlled environment with the required health and safety measures in place.
Sport NZ indicate, all going well, that the bubble restrictions may be loosened around Queen’s Birthday Weekend, so competition could possibly resume from 30 May. We should assume this will still be under controlled measures like contact tracing and sanitation requirements.
Associations may also need more time to book facilities, communicate with teams and players, administer leagues, meet with funders and many other tasks before they can resume competition, some competitions may require a later start than 30 May.
The ‘Prepare to Play’ period also gives players time to return to training, before the heightened pressure of competitive play. Injury prevention is important and we will be posting more guidance from ACC in the coming days, along with other basketball-specific guidance that may be of use to Associations in the ‘Get Ready’ phase.
The updated Sport NZ guidance for under Level 2 can be found here.
The Waitakere City Athletic Club season is currently on hiatus.
WCAC is one of the largest athletics clubs in Auckland. The dedication and support of the coaches and parents continues to produce athletes that compete at a high level, both here in NZ and internationally.
The Club’s purpose is to encourage all children to have fun, to develop skills in run, jump, throw, and participate safely in the spirit of fair play. We hope that you will enjoy the summer season, meet other members of your community and participate in the activities provided.
We aim to provide the best available year-round coaching, training and competition to athletes in almost every age-group; and to inspire enthusiastic interaction and support among all members, parents, supporters and sponsors.
Douglas Track & Field
Central Park Drive
Clubrooms are on the ground floor of the Trusts Stadium
PO Box 21084
All Touch NZ tournaments are currently on hiatus until further notification.
Touch New Zealand is an incorporated society registered with the Charities Commission. Head office is in Henderson Auckland however the sport is embedded across New Zealand and is overseen by our 19 Provincial Associations and 222 community Touch competitions.
Contact Touch New Zealand
Phone: 0800 TOUCH NZ
Postal Addresses: Auckland Office – Touch NZ, PO Box 21241, Henderson, Auckland 0650
Physical Addresses: Auckland Office – Touch NZ, The Trusts Arena, Level 1, 65-67 Central Park Drive, Henderson, Auckland, 0610
Auckland Waitakere Roller Sports are operating only club training sessions at this stage, but will review as the government increases the numbers for gatherings & are hoping to restart our learn to skate classes at some stage during level 2.
The home of Artistic Roller Skating in West Auckland, providing skating classes and competition opportunities in the disciplines of Figures, Dance, Freeskating and Precision.
Contact Auckland Waitakere Roller Sports Club
0274 738 635
021 739 953
The Pirate City Rollers are currently on hiatus until further notice.
All Fencing North events are currently on hiatus until further notice.
All Fencing North events are currently on hiatus until further notice.
SAS Sportswear is open during Level 2.
Monday: 10.00AM – 6.00PM
Tuesday: 10.00AM – 6.00PM
Thursday: 9.00AM – 5.00PM
Friday: 9.00AM – 5.00PM
Saturday: 9.00AM – 2.00PM
Under Level 2, church meetings of under 100 allowed. c3 church WILL start meeting on Sunday mornings at 9:30am again.
LEVEL 2 STATUS UPDATE - We are open. If you have a query, please visit our FAQ page.If you plan on visiting The Trusts Arena, please make sure to check in first. Simply fill in the printed form in the foyer, or scan the printed QR code using the new NZ COVID Tracer app.Thank you for your cooperation.