Fieldays Hauora Taiwhenua Health & Wellbeing Hub

Make your health a priority with a visit to the Hub.

Located near the intersection of E Street and N Road.

The Fieldays Hauora Taiwhenua Health & Wellbeing Hub is operated in collaboration with Mobile Health, and attracts over 25,000 visitors each year.

Fieldays Hauora Taiwhenua Health & Wellbeing Hub

Free check-ups, talk to health experts and get information.

At Fieldays we recognise the importance of health and wellbeing. Whether we’re struggling with our physical or mental health, the Fieldays Hauora Taiwhenua Health & Wellbeing Hub has been set up to help us look after ourselves and our family. Get free check-ups, talk to health experts, book health appointments and get information, all in one place. Full details of the exhibitors can be found on the Fieldays App. 

Brain Space

Check ups

The hub offers FREE tests for hearing, blood sugar levels, hepatitis C, as well as skin cancer spot checks, blood pressure checks, atrial fibrillation checks, confidential mental health support discussions, and much more! Be around to watch the next generation run the farm. Get it all checked!

Talk with the medical team

Talking to a health expert can be difficult but often once you have that initial conversation things can feel less overwhelming. Take the time to have that chat.

Book appointments

With a wide range of medical experts and service providers on site, this is a one-stop shop to book those appointments you have been letting slide. 

Collect information

Tap your Fieldays Smart Band with Exhibitors to gather important information and connect with health and wellbeing exhibitors.

Discover support networks

Having support networks around you and your Whānau during a period of ill-health is often as vital as the medication you are prescribed. Don’t miss the opportunity to make those connections and extend those networks. 

Confidential Mental Health Support

With one in five people affected by mental illness and addiction each year, there are many of us doing it tough right now. It’s important to ask for help if we’re concerned about ourselves or someone else. Visit the hub for information and support from professional mental health workers.

Health Navigators


visitors entered the hub in 2023


free blood pressure checks taken by Stroke Foundation in 2022


visitors to the Diabetes NZ site in 2022


people visited the Breast Cancer NZ site in 2022

It was good doing the rounds among all the healthcare providers, getting support and having meaningful conversations, says Mark.

Fieldays Health & Wellbeing FAQs

The Health and Wellbeing Hub at Fieldays brings together a wide range of health organisations in one place, in collaboration with Mobile Health, to educate visitors about their physical and mental health. The Hub is an interesting, informative, and interactive space, where visitors can go and get various health check ups, and take a step towards better health.

The Fieldays Hauora Taiwhenua Health & Wellbeing Hub has a wide range of organisations you can talk to, from melanoma and blood pressure checks to rural support networks and health care providers. Located near the intersection of E Street and N Road.

Mobility access parking is available on site for CCS permit holders and is accessible at the North Entry through Gate A off Airport Road, as well as a limited number of mobility parks at the South Entry, through Gate 5.

A limited number of Mobility Scooters are available for hire on site from Mobility Centre, Hamilton - these need to be pre-booked prior to attending Fieldays. Bookings can be made by calling Mobility Centre 07 903 7050. Hire Scooters will be located to collect just inside North Gate.

In case of an emergency please dial 111 and provide your location 125 Mystery Creek Road, Ohaupo and contact details. Then contact the Event Office on 0800 004 444 or 07 843 4499 to report the incident.

Beer Goggles
Bridging the divide between the health sector and rural New Zealand

Bridging the divide between the health sector and rural New Zealand

World Health Day brings an opportunity to reflect on the unique challenges rural communities face in accessing healthcare, infrastructure, and services essential to their overall wellness.


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