Alcoholics Anonymous Arrowtown

Alcoholics Anonymous is a voluntary, worldwide fellowship of men and women from all walks of life who meet together to attain and maintain sobriety. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for A.A. membership. Wednesday 07:30 PM and Sunday 07:00pm Arrowtown, St Johns Presbyterian Church Arrowtown, Cnr Berkshire and Durham Streets , Arrowtown.

Arrow Curling Club

Meets whenever there is sufficient ice.

Arrowtown Autumn Festival Committee

The Akarua Arrowtown Autumn Festival has been an annual fixture on the local calendar since 1985. Festival events are centred around the community, celebrating our glorious Autumn season and everything our special place in the world has to offer. The festival generally runs over 5 days around the 3rd week of April when the autumn colours are at their peak. We have a paid co-ordinator who overse...

Arrowtown Badminton Club

Arrowtown Badminton Club is a social club playing from 7.00pm - 9.00pm every Monday usually beginning sometime in April & running through till September.$7.00 per night casual players, $5.00 per night club members.The Event Centre has some rackets for hire as does the club

Arrowtown Bowling Club

8 rink artificial green. Open all year for playing outdoor bowls.

Arrowtown Business and Promotion Association

APBA represents Arrowtown’s businesses. It is responsible for the town’s promotion, and for the website. The board of the Arrowtown Promotion and Business Association is elected annually by the Association’s members who are business ratepayers. Central to its work, is the belief that the well being of the town is dependent on the preservation of its historic herita...

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 ...

Arrowtown Golf Club

Playing golf in Queenstown? Just 20 minutes drive from Queenstown and rated 20th best course in New Zealand the Arrowtown Golf Course is a must play. The picturesque Arrowtown Golf Club is set in Central Otago, one of New Zealand's most historic and scenic regions. This Golf Course is a must when playing Queenstown Golf, surrounded by mountains the 18 hole course has superb views from every fair...

Arrowtown Horticultural Society

A small group of garden enthusiasts who run an annual Flower Show in Arrowtown. Very school/community based. Please make contact! We have a great group of people who need your help to make the magic happen...

Arrowtown Library

Open 10am - 5pm weekdays, 10:30am - 12:30pm Saturdays As a library member you can: Borrow books, magazines, DVDs, videos, audio books, sound recordings, CD-ROMs and more… Borrow up to 20 items* Renew items at any branch, by phone or online (via My Account & Renew) Reserve (hold) items from any branch for a $1 fee Return items to any branch Borrow books from libraries outside our distr...

Arrowtown Line Dancing

Arrowtown Hall - Mondays 1.30 p.m. To 3.30 p.m. (If new to Line Dancing come at 1 p.m.) $5.00 per session for the two hours - newcomers welcome

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 Young children develop skills – co-ordination, fine motor movements, large motor movements, social interaction, appreciation of music and musical styles, and language development. mainly music provides children with a structured learning environment and then a time of free...

Arrowtown Medical Centre

Right care delivered by the right person in the right place at the right time. Queenstown Medical Centre (QMC) operates across three sites – Queenstown, Arrowtown and Frankton (Remarkables Park). In addition to General Practice, Isle St houses an Accident & Medical clinic and facilitates access to a range of health services including Radiology and Ultrasound, Psychology, Physiotherapy, ...

Arrowtown Netball Club

The Wakatipu Netball Centre is located in Queenstown, NZ, providing netball for all ages/levels in the Wakatipu basin. Providing netball for all ages in the Wakatipu basin, from our Future Ferns to our Premier League. For more information on our Clubs/Sponsors/Committee please see our website

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 Preschool

At Arrowtown Preschool the opportunities for learning that children experience are outstanding both within the Preschools and the community. Children are seen as capable learners who bring with them a huge range of knowledge, interests and experiences. Teachers build on these to empower confidence, build resilience and encourage responsibility. Respectful relationships with families, community and...

Arrowtown Primary School

Arrowtown School is a state-funded, co-educational school. It is a full primary school with Year 1-8 students from 5 to 13 years of age. The current school roll is approximately 540. Arrowtown School started in 1863 and has been on its present site since 1997. The school is modern, very well resourced and has a large, attractive school hall and excellent recreation facilities. Arrowtown is 20 k...

Arrowtown Returned Services Assn

Our mission is to remember and care for all those impacted by service for New Zealand on military operations. The Royal New Zealand Returned and Services’ Association is made up of over 180 local RSAs around the country, each an entity in their own right, with over 100,000 members.

Arrowtown Rugby Club

Twenty minutes from Queenstown, in the historic town of Arrowtown is home of the Arrowtown Rugby Club. Playing from Jack Reid Park, the club as a proud history in playing in the Central Otago and Otago Country Wide Competitions - in 2008 Arrowtown won both of these competitions. They have also held the much sort after White Horse Cup for the 2009 and 2010 seasons. Facebook: https://www.facebook.c...

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. Facebook:

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 Tennis Club

Fran's Mobile Number 021 299 9829 or contact: Helen 03 441 8906

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 - - - Inquiries - cctv@arr...

Arrowtown Volunteer Fire Brigade

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


ArrowYoga brings affordable yoga lessons to all people of Arrowtown and surrounding. All levels are welcome. We teach Vinyasa Flow, Dynamic Hatha and Slow & Steady. All classes are 60 minutes and cost $10 per person. We can provide a mat. Please wear comfortable clothes and bring an extra layer during the Winter months. Please call us for a class schedule or email

Lakes District Museum

Open 8.30am - 5pm daily except Christmas Day. Researcher/archivist and education officer available.  The Lakes District Museum is much more than a museum in the conventional sense; hence its popularity with local residents and visitors from all around the world. The museum has a strong hands-on focus, presenting an authentic picture of early Maori life and the harsh pioneering days of the Eu...

Montessori Arrowtown

The team at Montessori Arrowtown understand the importance of Early Childhood Education (ECE) who are all focussed on providing the absolute best quality care and education based on our Montessori Philosophy and Te Whariki, our early childhood curriculum. It is important for us to make families and whanau feel welcome respected and comfortable. We’d love you and your family to join us.

Public Health Nurse

A public health nurse or a public nurse is a trained nurse whose work and focus is on community health.  The Otago public health nursing service provides free, confidential well child/tamariki and youth/rangatahi health assessments for youth aged between 0-18 years who are eligible and/or attending early childhood centres and schools. They work in a variety of settings including schools, for ...

Queenstown Film Society

Queenstown Film Society is a community organisation that screens hand-picked cinematic gems – world cinema, classics, documentaries – on Tuesday nights from May to September at Dorothy Browns Cinema in Arrowtown. It’s easy to become a member and great value at just $120 for the entire season of 20 films – that’s $6 per film if you go to all of them. We also offer part...

sKids Arrowtown

Welcome to our sKids Centre @ Arrowtown, where the safety and care of your child is our number one priority. If you’re looking for a safe, structured and fun environment for your children then you’ve come to the right place. It’s all about having lots of FUN and your kids will have so much fun at our sKids Centre that they won’t want to leave. We’ll feed them, help ...

St Pauls Anglican Church

St. Paul's has remained almost unchanged in over one hundred years. In 1973 a stained glass window was gifted by Mrs Sally Lusk as a memorial to her late husband. The window in a modern theme depicting the trees, hills and valleys of the area and the gold from which the town sprang, blends with, and complements the Victorian architecture of the building.