Glenorchy Community Association

Glenorchy Community Association is a community based incorporated society. Membership is made up of residents and property owners living in the Glenorchy township and the Head of the Lake. The Community Association meets monthly on the first Thursday of the month in the Glenorchy Community Hall at 7.30pm (summer) or 7.00pm (winter).

Glenorchy Golf Club

The beautiful Glenorchy 9 hole golf course is located at the recreation grounds on the corner of Mull and Oban Street. The Club holds a weekly 18 hole competition on a Sunday, starting at 3pm during daylight saving time and 1pm in the winter. Visitors are very welcome to join the competition or to play their own game. Green fees are $10 a round of golf (9 or 18 holes).

Glenorchy Landcare Group

GLENORCHY LANDCARE GROUP Glenorchy Landcare group works with ORC to understand water quality. The Otago Regional Council, in conjunction with the Glenorchy Landcare group, carried out water quality sampling during the 2013/14 growing season within tributaries of Lake Wakatipu, from Greenstone Station around to Closeburn Station near Queenstown. Initially Council met with the Glenorchy Landcare...

Glenorchy Library

Hours: Wednesday and Friday 1:30pm - 3:30pm.

Glenorchy Playgroup

Welcome to Glenorchy Playgroup - Haere mai, all parents, caregivers and young children are welcome. We believe in the importance of providing a place where pre-school children and parents can regularly meet, feel welcomed and involved. Our playgroup will use a variety of activities to provide learning opportunities and experiences for young children. We aim to give parents and caregivers the opp...

Glenorchy Primary School

Glenorchy School is a small, remote school situated at the head of Lake Wakatipu and is central to the community. The families of our children are diverse in their economic status and their occupations. We work to provide our children with a positive, quality learning environment in which they are secure and successful. Glenorchy School values the individual. Everyone working and learning within...

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...

Glenorchy Rural Fire Force

This is a rural volunteer station, meaning all of our members dedicate their own time in order to serve this community. We respond to a variety of emergencies in our local area. These include: Wildfires Civil defence Natural disasters Of course, we also offer fire safety and burning advice. If you’re planning on lighting an open fire, then make sure you check the fire season status, and...

Lakeside Football Club

Mostly non playing social rugby club. Main annual project is the running of the Glenorchy Races on the first Saturday of every year as a community fundraiser