Social & Service

Abbeyfield Wakatipu Inc

Not-for-profit housing project for the over-55s in the Wakatipu.Purpose-built affordable housing for independent older people.Follows international Abbeyfield tenets of companionship, values and community support and involvement.

Access Ability

The work of Access Ability is based on a defined set of principles and beliefs.  These are what guide our efforts.  They are what we stand for and aim towards.  Like all things in life they require constant reviewing. Access Ability is an independent, not for profit company that has been working in the disability sector for over 10 years.  

Adventure Development

Free Youth Alcohol and Drug Counselling for young people under 20. Counselling for moderate mental health issues.

Age Concern

Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday - 9am-4pm

Albert Town Community Association

Chair:  Bruce Hebbard Hebbard@xtra.co.nz Secretary: Sarah Read atca.albert.town@gmail.com

Alcohol/Drug Helpline

Hours: 10am - 10pm 7 days

Alcoholics Anonymous Wanaka

Meets at 8pm every Monday at the Wanaka Plunket Rooms. Freephone: 0800 AA works(2296757).

Altrusa International Inc of Queenstown

Altrusa is a women's service organisation focussing on women's development, literacy and service in our community. We meet the first and third Wednesday of each month, at Level One Malaghan House, 10 Memorial Street, Queenstown (the Senior Citizens Rooms). Anyone is welcome to come along. For information, please email: president.queenstown@altrusa.org.nz or go to Facebook: https://face...

Antenatal Services

Bridget runs the antenatal classes and bookings can be through the medical centre on the above telephone number.

Arrowtown Entertainers Club

Come and join the Arrowtown Entertainers. We are a group of people of varying ages who love putting on musical shows. Our main production is during the Autumn Festival and sometimes we put on a second show in the Spring. Don’t be shy, we are a friendly bunch whose aim is to “entertain” other people and enjoy ourselves at the same time. Contact Wink Gillespie at winkg55@gmail.com ...

Arrowtown Mainly Music for Preschoolers

Meet during school terms only Tuesday 10am and Wednesday 1:30pm at the St Johns Presbyterian Church in Berkshire Street

Arrowtown Newcomers and Locals Network

Please note our name change from Arrowtown Newcomers Network, so that not just newcomers can come along to our functions.

Arrowtown Plunket

Hours: Mon, Wed, Thurs, Friday 10am-12pm under 5's. Wed 1pm - 3pm Babies group

Arrowtown Scout Group

Contact for Arrowtown's Cubs , Scouts and Venturers Cubs meet Tuesdays from 6.30pm till 8.00pmScouts meet Wednesdays from 7.00pm till 8.30pmVenturers meet Wednesday from 7.00pm till 8.30pm every 2nd week.

Arrowtown Swimming Club

The Arrowtown Swimming Club is run by volunteers from the community for the community. The club is steeped in history having been running for well over 30 years. We provide swimming lessons during the summer months for children seven years and older. Also squad training is offered to more competent swimmers in order to refine technique and gain fitness and stamina.

Arrowtown Village Association

We aim to be the voice of the Arrowtown community.  As well as initiating new projects the AVA works with the community and statutory authorities to improve the outcomes for the Arrowtown community and environment.  Acting Chairperson - vicechairperson@arrowtownvillage.co.nzSecretary - secretary@arrowtownvillage.co.nzTreasurer - treasurer@arrowtownvillage.co.nzCCTV Inquiries - cctv@arr...

Arrowtown Volunteer Fire Brigade

Phone number at the Station is: 03 442 1740 (unmanned station) Gary Mobile: 0274 333 982

Aspiring Beginnings Early Learning Centre

A small, not for profit, community owned childcare centre, providing quality early childhood education for children from 3 months of age.

Boost

Personal Support Services

Bruce Grant Youth Trust

Olympic skier, mountaineering great, extreme sportsman and extraordinary individual, Bruce Grant was a Queenstown adventurer whose special attitude to life touched a community and provide inspiration to local young people.Bruce died after reaching the summit of K2 in the Himalayas on August 13, 1995. His death had a devastating effect on the Queenstown community and a trust was set up to preserve ...

Buddy Programme

Mentoring Programme for children 4-12 years. The programme contributes to the emotional and social wellbeing of Southland children by matching them with carefully selected and trained adult volunteers in a well-supported befriending relationship.

Budgeting Advice

Hours 9:30am - 12:30am Daily Toll free - 0800 842 834

Cardrona Hall Board

Maintain and upgrade the Historic Cardrona Hall and Church, used for concerts, functions and weddings.Call Martin Curtis for bookings.

Cardrona Valley Residents and Ratepayers Society

Blyth Adams, Chairman - 0275345136 Sarah Stewart, Vice-chair Kay Curtis, Treasurer Katie Ross, Secretary

Central Otago Lincoln Old Students Association

Or you can contact Richard on his cellphone: 027 226 0983.

Central Otago REAP

Central Otago REAP provides a diverse and extensive educational resource to rural communities, implementing a life long learning approach. The overall purpose of Central Otago REAP is to provide educational support and assistance across all sectors including early childhood, primary, secondary and adult education. Central Otago REAP is a community-based flexible resource providing formal and non-...

Central Otago-Lakes Branch Royal Forest and Bird

The branch is active in numerous projects related to the conservation of native flora and fauna, and the preservation of valuable natural landscape features. The branch is represented in several other groups with related interests in conservation and public access to the high country, to the Clutha River and to reserves containing flora and fauna of special interest

Child, Youth and Family Services

We're here to help, so call us anytime.  Our trained social workers will listen to your worries.  They can work with families to help find solutions to any problems, or put them in touch with people who can help

Community Law Centre

We offer free legal advice and information, representation and education to the people of Otago.  Free legal advice clinics are held on the 1st Wednesday of each month in Queenstown and Wanaka. Please make an appointment first.  QUEENSTOWN (9:30am to 11:30am): Happiness House, phone: 03 442 6531, location: 4 Park Street, Queenstown. WANAKA (1pm to 2:30pm): Communi...

Community Networks Wanaka

Monday - Friday 8:30am to 5:00pm

Counselling

Independent counsellor.

Counselling - Re-Create

Kathryn provides counselling and training in both general mental health issues and addiction or substance abuse

Counsellor - Sarah Deering

Providing counselling services to individuals, couples, and families. Counselling can assist you in moving forward if you are feeling stuck, or by finding solutions to issues that may be affecting your life.

Department of Conservation - Wakatipu

Mission and visionThe Department of Conservation's challenge is to manage natural and historic heritage assets for the greatest benefit and enjoyment of all New Zealanders, by conserving, advocating and promoting natural and historic heritage so that its values are passed on undiminished to future generations.The Department’s mission is:To conserve New Zealand’s natural and historic he...

Department of Conservation - Wanaka

Mission and visionThe Department of Conservation's challenge is to manage natural and historic heritage assets for the greatest benefit and enjoyment of all New Zealanders, by conserving, advocating and promoting natural and historic heritage so that its values are passed on undiminished to future generations.The Department’s mission is:To conserve New Zealand’s natural and historic he...

Department of Internal Affairs

Our visionThe Department of Internal Affairs is a recognised leader in public service – known for innovation, essential to New Zealand, and trusted to deliver. Our purposeThe Department of Internal Affairs serves and connects people, communities and government to build a safe, prosperous and respected nation.

Destination Queenstown

Freephone: 0800 478 336 (NZ only)

Eco Action Network

Eco Action Network was formed as an Incorporated Society in 1995 to work for the protection and enhancement of the natural environment in the Wakatipu region around Queenstown.

Fernhill/Sunshine Bay Community Association

The Fernhill Sunshine Bay Community is a non-profit local community group dedicated to making the most out of our area.  We meet the second Monday of each month, 6pm at the Tanoa Aspen Hotel.

Frankton Alcoholics Anonymous

Helpline: 0800 229 6757

Frankton Playcentre

A parent-led early childhood education facility that offers a wide range of learning opportunities for both children and parents. We cater for children from birth to school age and extend a warm welcome to all families - come along and experience what Frankton Playcentre has to offer. Monday - Friday 9.30am - 12.00 noon (mixed age)Monday 1.00pm - 3.30pm (mixed age)Friday 1.00pm - 3...

Gibbston Community Association

Virtually written off in the 1970’s, the tiny rural community of Gibbston revitalised itself by developing wine tourism alongside the existing adventure tourism (A J Hackett Bungy, white-water rafting and river surfing) and within the context of their history. In 1997, a small group of vineyard owners petitioned Council to include special provisions in the District Plan that acknowledged Gib...

Glenorchy Community Association

Community Association for the Head of the Lake Meetings held 1st Thursday of every month except January Alan Temple (Secretary/Treasurer)

Glenorchy Landcare Group

Iris can also be contacted at work on 03 442 9933.

Glenorchy Riding Club

The GYRC is a group of horse enthusiasts who – regardless of their riding skills, experience or discipline – come together to enjoy the hacking, training or events that the area can provide. We organise regular hacks to various stations, farms and some conservation areas (gratefully with the support of local farmers and DOC), often followed by a BBQ. For competitive ride...

Grey Power

You can also contact Betty Gray (Secretary) Phone: 03 442 7187

Harvest Community Garden Network Inc

We have 1 garden in Queenstown,1 in Arrowtown. Donation to join. Free to garden!

Hawea Community Association

Our committee meetings are on the third Tuesday of every month at 7.30pm.Our AGM is at the beginning of October and we have two public meetings during the year.   Treasurer email: april.l.mackenzie@gmail.com

Head Injury Society of Southland

Cell: 027 424 8813 Hours: Monday - Thursday 9.30am - 3pm. Friday by appointment only. Please phone first.

Heartland Services - Queenstown

Hours of opening: 8:30am - 5:00pm Mon - Friday (9:30am Wednesday only)

Human Rights Commission

Our Vision: The Commission works for a fair, safe and just society, where diversity is valued and human rights are respected.

I-site Information Centre Queenstown

Queenstown and Lakes District largest online Directory and Info website.

IMIQ

IMIQ is Association of Indonesian Community in Queenstown.

IMIQ

IMIQ (Ikatan Masyarakat Indonesia di Queenstown) is an Indonesian community group in Queenstown.

Japanese Family Society of Queenstown

Japanese Family Society of Queenstown is a non-profit organization to link between the Japanese and Queenstown locals. We have activities to share our culture with the New Zealanders. Within the Japanese community, we have activities to embrace and pass on the Japanese culture to the Japanese children. Also Japanese library available. Please check "Japanese Family Society of Queenstown" on Faceboo...

Jehovah’s Witnesses—Who Are We? We come from hundreds of ethnic and language backgrounds, yet we are united by common goals. Above all, we want to honor Jehovah, the God of the Bible and the Creator of all things. We do our best to imitate Jesus Christ and are proud to be called Christians. Each of us regularly spends time helping people learn about the Bible and God’s Kingdom. Because we witne...

Jigsaw Central Lakes

Jigsaw Central Lakes provides free services to individuals and families that are affected by Family Violence. Services offered include 24 hour telephone support, emergency accommodation, women’s and children’s domestic violence programmes, professional counselling, child and youth advocacy, strengthening families, men’s support, and a variety of educational programmes. We have be...

Kelvin Peninsula Community Association

Trond Johansson (President) – goldfieldsqtn@xtra.co.nz Phillipa Cook (Secretary) – talk2kpca@gmail.com

Kidstart (Barnardos)

Kidstart is a home-based care and learning service for children aged from birth to five years. It is provided in the homes of trained Educators, all of whom are supported by fully qualified teachers.

Kingston Community Association

The Kingston Community Association meet on the first Friday of each month at the Kingston Emergency Services Building in Kent St. The committee consists of Chairman, Secretary, Treasurer & 7 elected committee members. KCA work in close liaison with QLDC.

Kingston Gardening Group

We meet monthly, visit gardens in Kingston and swap seeds and cuttings. Visitors welcome. Other contact: Irene Brown Telephone: 03 2488518

Lake Lodge of Ophir No 85 - Masonic Lodge

The Freemasons Lodge is situated at 13 Marine Parade, Queenstown. Regular meetings every 4th Wednesday of the month at 7:30pm. Other contact: 03 442 8783

Luggate Community Association

We meet regularly once a month - on the last Thursday of the month at 7:30pm.

Mainly Music Wanaka

Held at St Andrews Presbyterian Church Hall, Tenby Street, Wanaka Tuesdays 9.30am - 11.00am You can also contact: Kathy Dedo PH: 03 443 5364

Makarora Valley Community Incorporated

We don't have regular scheduled meetings, but rather as and when required (and when we can arrange for all the committee to be around). You can also contact Careen Kemp (Deputy/Secretary) on careenk@hotmail.com 

Nga Kete Matauranga Pounamu Charitable Trust

Open Monday to Friday 9:30am - 4:00pm Free community health & social Services.

NZ Immigration Service

Freephone (within New Zealand) 0508 55 88 55 Opening hours: 9:30am - 3:30pm Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays).

Otago Girls High School ex Pupils

High School ex Girls Group

Pact

Pact provides support to anyone with a need so they can lead fulfilling lives in the community. We don’t care why you need our support or what that support looks like. It’s our job to figure that out with you.

Parent to Parent Inc

Hours: Monday - Thursday 9:00am - 2:30pm

Parenting 4 Life

Network that provides parenting education and resources to families in the Upper Clutha. Other contact: Marie Roxburgh PH: 03 450 9159

Pembroke Folk Club

Promoting folk and traditional music in the Wanaka and Cardrona region.Organise and run the annual Cardrona Folk Festival at Labour weekend.

Perception Counselling

Qualified experienced counsellor working in the areas of relationship concerns, anxiety & depression, problem solving, grief & loss, life skills, anger management, inner child work, post trauma issues, suicide, and identity & self confidence.

Probus Club of Wanaka

Probus is an association of active retirees who join together in clubs, the basis purpose of which is to provide regular opportunities to keep their minds active, expand their interests and enjoy the fellowship of new friends.

Queenstown Art Society

The Queenstown Art Society was formed in the early 1960s in response to a few amateur artists wanting to hold an Exhibition. The Society and its enthusiastic volunteers now manage the Queenstown Arts Centre, which houses artist studios, a workroom and the Cloakroom Gallery.

Queenstown Citizens Advice Bureau

Hours: Mon - Fri 10am - 4pm

Queenstown Community Mental Health

After Hours Emergency Number - 0800 4 678 466(0800 4 OPTION)

Queenstown Community Network (QNET)

A group of like minded people who relay various Council intiatives or policies to groups or individuals.

Queenstown DARE Support Committee

Locally operated and funded drug resistance education programmes - school based.

Queenstown Dinner Club

Lynne Brown (Secretary) 03 441 1378

Queenstown Junior Football Club

Welcome to the Queenstown Junior Football Club, the home of football in the Wakatipu Basin! The QJF club aims to promote and foster the game of football within the Wakatipu basin for players of school ages (from 5 years to 18 years). The club was first formed in the 1980’s for the promotion and organisation of football within the Wakatipu Basin with about 50 to 60 members; it now has over 3...

Queenstown Junior Futsal

Queenstown Football also provides indoor football in term 3 at the Queenstown Events Centre. Indoor Football / Soccer is known as Futsal   There are limited places available for kids aged U8 - U14   Please contact us for more information

Queenstown Lakes Family Centre

Free support and counselling for children, adolescents and their families. Including home-based parent support, group programmes and therapeutic counselling.

Queenstown Lions Club

Voluntary service group

Queenstown Playcentre

Hours: Monday - Friday 9.30am - 12 noon (school term only)

Queenstown Plunket Centre

Hours: Mon - Fri 10am - 3pm

Queenstown Preschool Nursery

Preschool and nursery aged children.

Queenstown Scout Group

Welcome to Queenstown Scout Group. We provide fun and action-packed programmes to Queenstown youth! Scouting is a great way for boys and girls to learn a variety of new skills, make new friends, visit exciting places and share in new experiences. We are a community organisation run by parents and volunteers. Queenstown Scout Group offers Keas, Cubs, Scouts and Venturers based on childrens ...

Queenstown Toastmasters

Weekly Tuesdays 7.30pm - 8.30pm St Johns Rooms, Douglas Street, Frankton, Queenstown.

Queenstown Volunteer Fire Brigade

In an emergency please call 111.

Rehabilitation and Disabilities Services

Our mission is to assist in the individual empowerment of all persons with any disability or need for rehabilitation, in the Central Lakes area, and to provide the tools they need to direct their lives and participate fully in the community. We are committed to providing our clients with quality support and equipment to help them reach their goals for independence and empowerment.

Rotary Club of Queenstown

Meeting Time: Tuesdays 5.30pm for 6.00pm meeting. Where: Wild Thyme Restaurant (Summit Room), Stratton House, Beach Street, Queenstown Guests are welcome but can only be guaranteed a meal if they communicate with Steve McLean 24 hours prior to the meeting. Phone: 03 442 3484

Rotary Club of Wanaka

The members of the Rotary Club of Wanaka represent a cross section of the local community with the primary goal to give back to the local community and others with service above self under the guiding principles set out by the international rotary organisation.  The local club has a very social and healthy membership of 50+ people.  Meetings are held weekly over dinner on ...

Salvation Army

The Thrift Shop phone number is 03 442 9661.

Senior Net

Wanaka Senior Net meets monthly on the first Thursday of the month at 10am at the Wanaka Bowling Club, 130 Tenby Street.

Shotover Country Music Club

The club meets the 3rd Sunday of each month in the Arrowtown Hall at 8pm.

SKAL Club International Inc

SKAL is an Association of Tourism Professionals which encourages and creates a network of professionals around the world. It promotes seminars and conferences to strengthen the industry's professionalism. Meetings held on the first Wednesday each month. For further information contact the Secretary: Victoria Shaw - 03 441 0450 or email: gm@eichardtshotel.co.nz

Southern REAP (Wakatipu)

Our professional vision is to enrich our communities through innovative programmes. REAP fills gaps in mainstream education service provision by providing integrated and educational initiatives across Early Childhood, Schools and the Adult Education sectors.

Spirit of Wakatipu Trust

A trust that has been set up to keep families together as a family unit during times of sickness or injury.

St John Ambulance Service

Provide ambulance service, 1st aid supplies and courses.

Strengthening Families - Queenstown

Strenghtening Families can be used by any family/whanau in New Zealand with a child, children or young person(s) who needs help for more than one support service or government agency.

Supporting Families Wakatipu

Are you affected by someone else's mental health/drug/alcohol issues? We offer free, confidential support, advocacy and information.

Te Ao Marama Incorporated (Southern Iwi)

Or consents: Dean Whaanga dean@teaomarama.maori.nz 0274 479166 (Michael's cellphone).

Te Kakano Aotearoa Trust

Te Kākano Aotearoa Trust is a not-for-profit charitable organisation registered with the NZ Charities, #CC23553. We have our own community-based native plant nursery that specialises in propagating plants of local origin. We support native habitat restoration in the Upper Clutha Basin and we work with local community groups, schools, organisations & businesses in the effort to promote han...

The Duke of Edinburghs Hillary Award

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Hillary Award is part of the International family of The Duke of Edinburgh's Award currently operating in over 130 countries around the world. The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award has been a National Programme in New Zealand since 1963 and it is now creating a new identity within New Zealand under the title ‘The Duke of Edinburgh’s Hillary Award’.The ...

The Probus Club of Wakatipu

Probus is an association of retired and semi-retired people who join together in clubs, the basic purpose of which is to provide regular opportunities for them to keep their minds active, expand their interests and to enjoy the fellowship of new friends. Meet last Friday of each month at 1:30pm at the St John's Ambulance Hall, Douglas St, Frankton.   You can also contact Bob Richards 03 44...

The Sociable Club

The Sociable Club provides opportunity for the over 30's to meet and socialise at fun events and activities. Join now to meet a network of like-minded people.

Upper Clutha Herb Society

Meetings:Are on the second Tuesday of each month, and take place in members homes (advised by newsletter and the local weekly paper). We have a shared lunch (usually featuring the herb of the month) being a 'highlight'

Upper Clutha Historical Records Society

The society collects and preserves historical records of the Upper Clutha area. The records are housed at the Wanaka Library. An appointment is needed to research records. Secretary: Graham Taylor - gtml@xtra.co.nz - 03 443 1416.

Upper Clutha Lions Club of Wanaka

This group of Women's Lions has a Tea meeting every second Wednesday of the month, at 6.15pm, usually at the Albert Town Tavern. If visitors wish to join us please ring the phone number below, by the previous Monday evening, to book a meal with us.

Upper Clutha Plunket

Carseat hire 03 443 8706 Room hire / bookings 03 443 1239 Furniture hire 443 7030 To receive newsletter email details to uppercluthaplunket@hotmail.com.

Upper Clutha Presbyterian Parish

Sunday Service 9.30 am [+ 6pm in Winter]Tuesdays 9.30 am 'Mainly Music' for under fives and their caregivers Thursdays at  5pm Centering Prayer

Upper Clutha Senior Citizens Club Inc

Membership to the club is open to all men and women aged from 60 years in the Upper Clutha District. Come along to informal meetings for afternoon tea and join us on day trips around the Queenstown Lakes District.

Upper Clutha University of the Third Age

Generally known as U3A. Holds regular lecture series for Seniors in Wanaka.

Volunteering Central

Volunteering Central is passionate about volunteering and ensuring volunteers have a postive experience. We seek to raise awareness of volunteering in the Central Lakes District and connect people who want to volunteer their time, skills and energy to organisations which rely on their help. To register your organisations role or to browse volunteer roles on line check out our website or call us to...

Wakatipu Association of Anglican Women

Meetings held every 3rd Wednesday of the month from February till November. Meet held at St Peter's Church on Church Street.

Wakatipu Botanical Group

Group presently in recess. Contact Neill for NZ plant identification or other botanical information

Wakatipu Fartonian Society

A Social club that meets infrequently. New members welcome, but must have a sense of humour.

Wakatipu Guides Club

For Pippies, Brownies, Guides, Rangers and Leaders. Girl guides are a great way for girls to make new friends and enjoy a range of diverse activities in an environment of positive encouragement and fun.  We enable girls and young women to reach their potential and make a difference in the world

Wakatipu Health Trust

The objectives of the Trust are: (i) To raise funds to develop and provide better public health and wellbeing facilities and services for the people of the Wakatipu. (ii) To acquire equipment for placing in appropriate health facilities which will enable health providers in the Wakatipu Basin to deliver enhanced service to the local population.

Wakatipu Kindergarten

3 year oldsWednesday and Friday - 8.30am to 12.45pm 4 year oldsMonday, Tuesday and Thursday8.30am to 2.45pm

Wakatipu Primary Healthcare Organisation

Nurse health clinic s are on a Monday's from 10am to 12pm offering health advise education and screening. Not available on public holidays.

Wakatipu Psychology

Registered Clinical Psychologist.23 years experience.Family Court and ACC approved.Individuals,couples,training and supervision.Evenings only.Enquiries welcome.

Wakatipu Search and Rescue

You can also contact the Police Station, phone 03 442 7900 or Russell Carr, phone 03 442 9068 or mobile 0274 350 678.

Wakatipu Senior Citizens Assn

Located on Memorial Street in Malaghan House, we offer regular activities and social gatherings for Wakatipu basin senior residents aged 60 plus. From our sunny rooms overlooking the Recreation ground, members can enjoy a range of activities; including card making, movies on the big screen and more. Our Friday lunches, from 11 30 to 2 pm are very popular with members. The meal is often followed ...

Wakatipu Swim School

We are passionate about teaching Learn to Swim in our community, and promoting water safety strategies to the children in our schools and ECE centres. We support the Queenstown Primary School in using their pool during Terms 1 & 4 and year round we use Alpine Aqualand on Sundays. Holiday swim blocks are a great way to boost swim skills for busy families without time for weekly swim lessons dur...

Wakatipu Toy Library

A fantastic range of toys, games, puzzles and outdoor equipment suitable for 6months+ Different membership options available to locals, including, helping, full and Grandparent memberships. Find us at the top of Man Street. Feel free to come and have a look. Monday: 9.30am - 11.00amWednesday: 1.00pm - 2.30pmSaturday: 9.00am - 1.00pm

Wakatipu Travel Club

We meet on the last Monday of each month at St. Johns Hall.Meetings start at 2pm. We welcome new members. Alternative contact: Audrey Woods PH: 03 442 1354.

Wakatipu Victim Support

You can also contact Victim Support through the Police - Phone: 03 441 1600 Office Landline: 03 441 1608.

Wakatipu Walkers

Do you want to walk in the Queenstown area? We are an informal walking group and we hike a different trail in the Queenstown Lakes area every Thursday whatever the weather.  Please see our website for further details. Visitors to the area especially welcome.

Wakatipu Woodcraft Guild

The Guild is a member of New Zealand's National Association of Woodworkers which brings together both amateur and professional people, from all over New Zealand, who are skilled in working with wood. Its membership is comprised of individuals, clubs and guilds. Meetings: Second Monday of each month at a members workshop.

Wanaka Al-anon

Presbyterian Hall 91 Tenby Street Wanaka Tuesdays at 7.30pm.

Wanaka BNI

The Wanaka chapter of BNI meets weekly on Tuesday morning at 7am. BNI is a business and professional networking organisation that allows only one person from each profession to join any group or chapter. There are currently 129 chapters in New Zealand and some 2,650 members with a number currently under formation. Worldwide there are 145,870 members in 6,232 chapters in 49 countries.

Wanaka Bridge Club

Regular sessions Monday Wednesday and Friday.

Wanaka Camera Club

Club meets monthly, 2nd Monday, at the St Johns Hall, Link Way, at 7:30pm Photography theme each month. Usually a speaker. Club suitable for all abilities.

Wanaka Community Toy Library

Open hours: Tuesday - 7:30pm - 8:30pm Friday - 9:30am - 11:00am Saturday - 9:30am - 11:00am

Wanaka Garden Club

Monthly meetings, visiting gardens, demo evenings, all activities related to gardening in the area.

Wanaka Genealogy Group

Monthly meetings, 2 p.m. last Friday of each month except December and January. Also Research evening at 5:15 p.m. last Monday of same months. All meetings are held at the Wanaka Public Library unless otherwise advertised.

Wanaka Playgroup

Playgroup for children aged 0 - 5 yrs accompanied by parent/caregiver. Mondays and Thursdays 9.30 - 11.30. $3.00 per family. Indoor and outdoor toys, equipment, and activities. Bring your child's snacks; tea and coffee provided for adults. Come and join us, lots of fun and friendly faces - locals and visitors all welcome.

Wanaka Volunteer Fire Brigade

Ian can also be contacted at Wanaka Tractor Services 03 443 7749, or a/hrs 03 443 8267.Fire Station telephone number 03 443 7602.

Wanaka Walkers

Mondays - meet on the lakefront near the Showgrounds, McDougall Street, usually at 9.30am. Visitors welcome.  Bring suitable boots, clothes and lunch. An alternative, shorter walk group meets at the same place at 10.00am.

Wanaka Wastebusters

Wanaka's recycling centre and biggest reuse shop. Open 8am - 5.30pm, 7 days a week (closed Christmas Day, Good Friday and Anzac morning). Drop off your recycling, browse in the shop or check out the Ed-Space. Corner of Ballantyne Rd and Riverbank Rd.

Wanaka Women Probus

Meets first Monday of Month 10am at The Venue

Wanaka Womens Institute

To encourage and inspire women within dynamic, caring organisation

Workbridge Inc

Or tollfree number: 0508 858 858 Workbridge is a not-for-profit organisation which assists people with disabilities into careers, training and employment.

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