Locations

Bethlehem Birthing Centre opened in Tauranga in November 2014, Te Papaioea Birthing Centre opened in Palmerston North in November 2017, Te Awakairangi Birthing Centre at Melling opened in July 2018 and Nga Hau Māngere Birthing Centre became operational in May 2019.

Tauranga Birthing Centre

Tauranga (Bethlehem)

1 Te Paeroa Road, Bethlehem, Tauranga

07 5706106

Tours Tuesdays, Saturdays & Sundays at 2pm 

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Palmerston North Birthing Centre

Palmerston North
(Te Papaioea)

117 Ruahine Street, Roslyn Palmerston North 06 9294584

Tours Tuesdays & Saturdays at 11am

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Lower Hutt Birthing Centre

Lower Hutt
(Te Awakairangi, Melling)

2 Connolly Street, Melling, Lower Hutt

Tours 11am Tuesdays, 3pm Thursdays, 11am Saturdays

04 5954035

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Mangere Birthing Centre

Mangere
(Nga Hau Mangere)

14 Waddon Place, Mangere, Auckland

09 2812046

Tours Wednesdays 5-7pm & Saturdays 10am-12. Please call to arrange a time

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COVID-19 – VISITOR RESTRICTIONS

With the downgrading of COVID-19 alert levels we are now able to return to 'business as usual'.

From 10 June, partners and whānau are welcome to be present to support Mum during labour and birth, and partners are welcome to stay with mum for her postnatal care.

Visiting hours will be from 2pm-8pm each day. Please check with Mum first that she would like to receive visitors and if she is sleeping you may need to return at another time.

Tours of the centre will also resume. Check each birthing centre's page for days/times. No booking required. We look forward to showing you around!

The majority of our support groups and other wrap around services are back to normal.  Please get in touch if you need any further information


- if you feel unwell or are experiencing symptoms of cold or flu please do not come to the centre.

- visitors entering the centre may be screened for temperature.

- vigorous hand hygiene is essential.

The team at Birthing Centre sincerely apologises for any stress visitor restrictions have caused. However, we are the guardians of mothers safety during these difficult times.

Kia Kaha!