“… to provide irresistible, enriching and accessible experiences for the people of the region and to those who visit our city …”
Regional Facilities Auckland (RFA) was established on 1 November 2010 as part of the new Auckland Council (www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz). One of six council controlled organisations, RFA is a charitable trust governed by a Board.
We work in partnership with Auckland Council and key stakeholders to achieve the vision of making Auckland the most liveable city in the world by 2040.
We provide a regional approach to running and developing Auckland’s vibrant arts, culture and heritage, leisure, sport and entertainment sectors through our landmark venues, business units and strategic partnerships.
We do this by managing more than $968 million of major regional facilities and stunning venues across the city, including: Auckland Art Gallery; Auckland Zoo; Viaduct Events Centre; The Civic; the Aotea Centre; Auckland Town Hall; Mt Smart Stadium; and Western Springs Stadium. The Centre for Performing Arts (formerly THE EDGE) and Auckland Conventions also form part of the RFA group.