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Tararua Hall is one of six halls on Monro Hill. The location provides great views of Palmerston North. Named after the mountain range, south east of Palmerston North. Tararua is a more modern hall, made up of four six-bedroom units.
International students must pay all accommodation fees in full. Domestic students can pay the semester or full year fee on a weekly basis by direct debit.
Please note: Room rates include the cost of reasonable electricity use. Residents who use an excessive amount of electricity will pay the extra cost.
Start and end dates
|Full year||39 weeks||16 February to 15 November 2020|
|Semester one||18 weeks||16 February to 21 June 2020|
|Semester two||19 weeks||5 July to 15 November 2020|
Self-catered. Residents cook their own meals in their accommodation.
Wireless internet is available throughout the hall.
Each bedroom has a heater.
Basic furniture is provided. Items that are not provided by the hall will need to be supplied by the residents. Each room comes with a single bed.
24-hour access to Tararua laundry. Coin-operated washing machines and dryers are available.
Secure car parking is available on campus for $120 per semester. A $20 bond is required for the access card, which is refunded when the card is returned.
Free bike racks are located around the exterior of the hall. Limited spaces are available for rent in a secure bike shed. The cost is $25.00 ($20 bond and $5 maintenance fee).
Students can travel for free on the local Palmerston North bus service. Students must present their Massey student ID.
The Ruahine computer lab is located on the ground floor of Ruahine Flats. This communal space is for all residents of the Moginie community. Facilities available include:
Phone: +64 6 356 9099 extn. 84163
Mobile: +64 27 246 2316 (After-hours contact for Duty Residential Assistant)
Massey University - Tararua Hall
Residential Services Office
Private Bag 11222
Palmerston North 4442
Moginie Road, Turitea, Palmerston North
Page authorised by Student Services Directorate
Last updated on Tuesday 20 August 2019