The Adult Community and education Network Wakatipu is a communication point for all Adult Education Providers in the Wakatipu area and the Wakatipu learners.
Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday - 9am-4pm
Queenstown: St Peter's Church, 2 Church Street Arrowtown: St Paul's Church, Berkshire Street Sundays: 9am Holy Communion at Arrowtown 10.30am Holy Communion at Queenstown Wednesdays: 10am Holy Communion at Queenstown Weddings/Baptisms - contact Parish Office...
Bridget runs the antenatal classes and bookings can be through the medical centre on the above telephone number.
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 ...
Hours 9:30am - 12:30am Daily Toll free - 0800 842 834
Karen Heslip (Southland Branch) Phone: 03 205 3563 Des Adamson (Dunedin) Phone: 03 488 0300 Lynda Read (Otago Branch) Phone: 03 445 1299
Winner of "The Best Little Cycling Club in New Zealand" at 2009 Cycling NZ Awards. We emphasise having fun while racing. Catering for all, ranging from the beginner ‘Weekend Warrior’ through to elite ridersCentral Otago-Wakatipu Cycle Club was founded in 1990 as Wakatipu Cycling Club, affiliated to Cycling Southland and catering for Queenstown & Central Otago districts. The club na...
Sunday Services 10am & 6:30pm
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.
Freephone: 0800 478 336 (NZ only)
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.
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.
You can also contact Betty Gray (Secretary) Phone: 03 442 7187
Covers six main areas that affect the general public's health. These include: Food Safety, Communicable Diseases, Biosecurity & Quarantine, Drinking Water, Hazardous Substances and Resource Managament.
Hours of opening: 8:30am - 5:00pm Mon - Friday (9:30am Wednesday only)
IMIQ is Association of Indonesian Community in 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...
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...
To find out more about the Dojo (Club) and Karate, feel free to visit our website.
Trond Johansson (President) – firstname.lastname@example.org Phillipa Cook (Secretary) – email@example.com
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.
KingsView School is an inter-denominational state integrated Christian school operating from Year 1 to Year 8. It is a Decile 7 school, currently leasing premises in Yewlett Crescent, Frankton. Plans are under way to develop a new site some time in the next two-three years. KingsView began life in 1996 as Southern Lakes Christian School. It was established as a private school by the Christian Sch...
An annual celebration of the achievements and rural lifestyle of the people of the Wakatipu.Held on the second Saturday of every January - the Lake Hayes Show incorporates events and competitions to cater for the lifestyle block owner and encourages participants from every background to take part in this traditional event, with a modern and creative flair. There is something for everyone at the La...
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
Or you can contact admin - John Richardson +64 3 442 1904
Worship Service: 10am
The Wakatipu branch of the Mountain Safety Council run a variety of public courses in the following disciplines - Firearms, Bushcraft, Outdoor First Aid, HUNTS, River Safety and Avalanche. We are always interested in hearing from individuals or groups wishing to become involved and learn more about courses. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone the branch on 409 2025 for further...
Open Monday to Friday 9:30am - 4:00pm Free community health & social Services.
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.
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.
Social basketball league at the Queenstown Events Center
Secretary - Keith Woodham 31 McBride St Phone: 03 442 2969
You can also contact Henk Hoogvleit (Elder) - phone 03 442 3842
Lawn Bowls - Queenstown Gardens
Hours: Mon - Fri 10am - 4pm
A group of like minded people who relay various Council intiatives or policies to groups or individuals.
Locally operated and funded drug resistance education programmes - school based.
Lynne Brown (Secretary) 03 441 1378
Voluntary,non-profit group which maintains the disc golf course in the Queenstown Gardens. Social ladder and annual tournament. Scorecard maps at sports stores.
Meet second Saturday in each month at St Margarets Church Hall,Frankton, Queenstown.
Played on turf in Cromwell. Season commences late February/early March - always looking for new players, coaches and umpires
Secretary: Gillian Boyd Phone: 03 441 8832
Religious sessions as per planned by the members
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...
Opening Hours: Monday - Saturday: 10:00am - 5:00pm
Voluntary service group
Open to the public - members welcome, mtb trails managed by the club.
After School Care for children 5-12 years old. Casual and full time enrolments. Safe and friendly environment at Queenstown Playcentre for children from Queenstown Primary and St Josephs schools. Operating 3.00 -5.30 p.m. school days. WINZ subsidies available. For more information contact Jane 03 4427192 or 0274383645 Email: email@example.com
Room rental contact: Tracy Neave PH: 03 441 2412
Hours: Monday - Friday 9.30am - 12 noon (school term only)
Hours: Mon - Fri 10am - 3pm
Preschool and nursery aged children.
Queenstown Primary School is a state primary school, incorporating years 0- 8. It provides children with a positive, quality, learning environment in which they are secure and successful. Queenstown Primary School values the individual - everyone working and learning within this environment is important. They aim to foster in their children a positive attitude towards learning, pride in performanc...
Psychological assessment and treatment of individual, couple and group problems
Secretary: Mike Skudder Ph 442 2002
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 ...
There are two courts available. Competitive Interclub is played throughout Winter. and Tuesday Night Social games, email firstname.lastname@example.org for any information.
New members welcome
Weekly Tuesdays 7.30pm - 8.30pm St Johns Rooms, Douglas Street, Frankton, Queenstown.
The Queenstown Trail is a 120km cycle and walking trail built and maintained in a unique partnership between the Queenstown Trails Trust and the Queenstown Lakes District Council. The trail forms part of Nga Haerenga, The New Zealand Cycle Trail and is one of the 22 'Great Rides'. It connects Queenstown with Arrowtown, Gibbston and Jacks Point. Since opening in October 2012 over 1 million uni...
In an emergency please call 111.
We are an amateur grouping producing a range of straight theatre in Queenstown and encouraging involvement and creativity in the arts.
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
The Thrift Shop phone number is 03 442 9661.
Training nights Tuesday and Thursday. Juniors 5.30 pm. Adults 6.30 pm - 7:30 pm
The club meets the 3rd Sunday of each month in the Arrowtown Hall at 8pm.
Showbiz Queenstown is a non-profit incorporated society. Since 1975 we have played a major role in the cultural life of our community, and a proud history of delivering exciting, nostalgic, traditional and classical shows to our audiences. Our mission is to assist and encourage members of our community to extend their artistic abilities and provide quality entertainment to the Wakatipu community....
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: email@example.com
A social team that plays 20/20 cricket in the local club competition.
The Southland Times has played a major role in the life of the province since its first edition was published in 1862.
A trust that has been set up to keep families together as a family unit during times of sickness or injury.
We are a full primary (from New Entrants to Year 8) state integrated school with a special Catholic character. Our school was founded by the Dominican Sisters in 1883.
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.
With an abundance of spectacular scenery, natural resources and world-class facilities, there's a lot to love about the Queenstown and Central Otago region, and the weekly community newspaper; The Mirror is no exception. With a circulation of 23,356 households in the Queenstown and Central Otago region turning to The Mirror weekly for their dose of local news, events and advertising information i...
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 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.
Queenstown has joined the many cities in the world in which the University of the Third Age has been founded.Beginning in France in the mid seventies, the U3A movement has now spread to most countries and has now many hundreds of thousands of members. U3A is a response to the idea that human life is divided into three periods: firstly, childhood and schooling; secondly, child rearing and work; an...
Flying in the Wakatipu area can be dated back to the 1950s, with locals enjoying recreational flying. September of 1970 saw the formation of the Wakatipu Aero Club and the start of a very active and unique flight training provider. The Wakatipu Aero club is run by its own members who are all very keen aviation enthusiasts. The clubroom facilities provide a great environment for all members to rel...
The Wakatipu Anglers Club is based in Queenstown and meets monthly. The club holds regular club trips, competitions, take a kid fishing days and an annual beginners' fly fishing course which is open to the public.
Meetings held every 3rd Wednesday of the month from February till November. Meet held at St Peter's Church on Church Street.
Group presently in recess. Contact Neill for NZ plant identification or other botanical information
All dogs and handlers welcome to participate in regular agility and fly-ball training at Jardine Park, Kelvin Heights. Training during school term time, every Saturday 10.00am, 1st & 3rd Wednesday 6pm (during daylight savings).
A club for those who are interested in flower arranging. Meet on the 4th Monday of each month at the St John' Hall in Frankton at 7:30pm.
Meets 2pm, 2nd Mon of month, Frankton Church Hall, Highway 6, Frankton.
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
New members welcome
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.
At Wakatipu High School we emphasise academic excellence together with cultural activities and sporting achievement. Enjoy our quality high school education and gain internationally recognised New Zealand qualifications.
A broad range of classes are available ranging from languages and history through to dressmaking and stained glass window maing. Classes are generally run from Monday to Thursday from about 6.30pm onwards
We provide a Saturday competition for Premier, Senior Reserve (Social), High School and Junior (from Year 3) grades and are affiliated to Netball Southland.
Wakatipu Pony Club is an active & competitive branch of the Central Otago Pony Club. We have 24 financial members comprising of 21 active riders under the age of 21, and a group of very supportive adults including parents. Our training grounds are centrally located in the Wakatipu Basin on the corner of Hunter and Speargrassflats Rd, which allows easy access for all members. New members...
A not-for-profit community pottery club. We are now running year round. Club nights are open to the general public and are a $5 donation per visit and after 5 visits you can become a member. We meet year round, Wednesdays 6pm – 8pm. Although we endeavor to do so in the future, we do not currently host instructional classes in pottery. Therefore we recommend that potential inexperienced ...
Registered Clinical Psychologist.23 years experience.Family Court and ACC approved.Individuals,couples,training and supervision.Evenings only.Enquiries welcome.
You can also contact Murray Sarginson on 03 248 8587.
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As the only rugby club located in Queenstown, New Zealand, the Wakatipu Rugby Club has a proud record of one of the strongest Otago Country Rugby Clubs around. Formed in 1953 the club currently fields two senior rugby teams, the Premiers and Wanderers as well as an U17,U16, U15, U14, a girl’s team and nine teams in the junior club. If you are looking for a club to play for in NZ where you wi...
Meet at the Arrowton Hall Wednesdays at 7pm.
You can also contact the Police Station, phone 03 442 7900 or Russell Carr, phone 03 442 9068 or mobile 0274 350 678.
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 ...
The Wakatipu Ski Club is located on Coronet Peak ski area, Queenstown New Zealand and was established in June 1949. Over the years the club has produced a large number of New Zealand ski team members, New Zealand ski team coaches as well as Olympic skiers. The current hut was built in 1979 and has been extended to over the years with the most recent extension being in 2006. The club's focus these...
Meet at the Presbytarian Church Hall, Frankton, 10am each Wednesday. New members welcome.
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.
You can also contact Victim Support through the Police - Phone: 03 441 1600 Office Landline: 03 441 1608.
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.
Commodore: David Stringerm. 027 287 9427 p. 03 451 1462