A maximum of 100 people is permitted in the hall at any event or function (where guests are to be seated for the purposes of a meal, the maximum is 80).
No smoking is permitted inside the hall (smoking is however permitted outside).
No naked flames (including candles) are permitted inside the hall.
No posters, flyers or stickers are permitted to be affixed to any part of the property, or displayed in the grounds outside, unless prior arrangement has been made with the Kuaotunu Hall Committee.
No nails, screws, hooks, tacks etc are permitted to be driven into any part of the building, including the flooring, for any reason whatsoever without the express permission of the Kuaotunu Hall Committee. Similarly sellotape must not be affixed to the walls or floor, we suggest you use bluetack instead.
The glass or frame of the Kuaotunu 1891 rugby banner hanging on the back wall must NOT be touched.
Any furniture or equipment brought into the hall must be suitably protected to prevent damage to the floor.
Hall furniture must remain inside the hall and is not to be used or left outside.
No alteration to the electrical wiring system is to be permitted, arranged or undertaken under any circumstances.
You must allow access to any member of the Kuaotunu Hall Committee, authorised members of the Thames-Coromandel District Council or the NZ Fire Service at all times.