Wanaka

Albert Town Community Association

Our goal is to enhance the quality of life for the residents by being responsive to the needs, interests, and priorities of the community. It is the function of this organization to promote the health, safety, common good, and social welfare of the residents of Albert Town. If you live in Albert Town, you are already part of the ATCA, we encourage you to become a member. Chair: Jim Co...

Alcoholics Anonymous Wanaka

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. Freephone: 0800 AA works(2296757). Monday 7:30pm and Friday 07:30 PM - Wanaka Plunket Rooms, Wanaka, 51 Ardmore Street, Wanaka, Open mee...

Aspiring Athletes

The Aspiring Athletes Club is an umbrella organization designed to meet the needs of a wide range of athletes – competitive and non competitive. The club calendar offers a summer and winter programme with a variety of activities from the traditional codes to the recreational and family fun events. The club’s training night is on Thursday afternoons on the MAC grounds in the summer and...

Aspiring Medical Centre

We are a friendly Lake Wanaka medical centre offering a range of health services, from general medical care to specialised services. Our clinic is open Monday to Friday from 8.30am until 6pm. In the weekends and on public holidays we share a roster to ensure that there is a doctor available in Wanaka every day of the year, 24 hours a day, for accident and emergency care.

Bike Wanaka

Bike Wanaka is a group of like minded cycling enthusiasts, we advocate trail building and maintenance in the Wanaka area, organise cycling events and try to bring together the local community to improve cycling facilities for everyone on two wheels in the Upper Clutha area.   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bikewanaka/

Cardrona Hall Board

The 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

Chairman - Blyth Adams badams@slingshot.co.nz ​ Vice-Chair - Sarah Stewart sarahs.cardrona@gmail.com Secretary - Katie Ross. avalonstationnz@gmail.com Treasurer - Kay Curtis kaycurtis@clear.net.nz Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/432936196896041/about/

Central Mediation

Central Mediation helps sort the arrangements for families who have separated – from care arrangements for children through to division of property, all in the healthiest way possible for you. Central Mediation is specifically a child focused mediation service. We guide you through a professional process to reduce emotional pain, costs and time. Mediation improves communication in order to ...

Central Otago Lincoln Old Students Association

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

Chamber of Commerce Wanaka

The Wanaka Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organisation and operates through a nine person Executive Committee. The Executive is elected annually and is made up from a cross section of the community and business representatives. The ChamberExecutive Officer is the main point of contact and provides members with currently information including events, training opportunities, membersh...

Community Networks Wanaka

Community Networks Wanaka is your local resource hub for social wellbeing services and community development. Community Networks supports the whole community and is run by a small staff and many volunteers. We are funded partially by grants, but also rely on donations from community organisations, businesses, and individuals Hours: 9-4pm, Monday - Friday

Counselling & Psychotherapy

• Working with adult individuals • Problems with relationships & loneliness • Experience of loss, separation & grief • Feelings of being stuck and unable to change patterns of behaviour

Dance Wanaka

Dance Wanaka offers fun & enjoyable dance classes for all ages in Modern Jazz, Ballet, Hip Hop, Contemporary & Preschool dance classes. Our professional team of teachers provide stimulating classes that nurture students passion for dance, along with extending their dance skills. We welcome you to come and trial a class today!

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...

Food For Love

Facebook Group - Food for Love is a group that provides a home cooked meal to a family or individual that needs a little help in the Wanaka or Hawea Areas.

Guardians of Lake Hawea

The Guardians of Lake Hawea are a sub-committee of the Hawea Community Association Incorporation and have been operating for well over 25 years. Elected each year at the annual general meeting, the guardians consists of 8 persons responsible for seeing that Lake Hawea, its water and its surrounds are managed wisely for the benefit of all, both now and in the future.

Guardians of Lake Wanaka

The Guardians of Lake Wanaka provide a direct link between the public and the Minister of Conservation over Lake Wanaka related issues. Establishment and purpose The Government enacted The Lake Wanaka Preservation Act in 1973 in recognition of public concern about the potential of hydro-electric development to alter the natural level and outflow of Lake Wanaka. The Act makes provision for the ...

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. Secretary:Sue Rutherford Phone – 027 899 7213 secretary@haweacommunity.co.nz 

Hawea Flat School

Our school does have an enrolment scheme in place. This means that families living within our home zone are automatically able to attend. The BOT determines how many places are available for out of zone students and this is advertised in November every year. Should the number of applications exceed the number of places available, students will be selected by ballot according to Ministry of Educ...

Hawea Library

Opening Hours: Monday: 10:00am - 12:00 noonTuesday & Wednesday: 10:00am - 5:00pmSaturday: 10:00am - 12:00 noon

Hawea Picnic Racing Club

Join Hawea Picnic Races for their annual Equalisator event. Featuring both harness and thoroughbred racing as well as the always exciting saddle pace, this is a great day out for all the family. There will be ice creams and BBQ on the day or bring along your own picnic and enjoy!

Hawea Volunteer Fire Brigade

This is a volunteer station. That means all members of our brigade dedicate their own time in order to serve this community. We respond to a variety of emergencies in our local area. These include: Fires Medical emergencies Motor vehicle accidents Search and rescue Civil defence Natural disaster responses And of course, we also offer fire safety advice. If you want to visit this station, get ...

Hawea Wanaka Pony Club

The Hawea-Wanaka Pony Club was formed in 1957. It is a branch of the Central Otago Pony Club, which is part of the Otago Southland Pony Club Area. Through this we are affiliated with the NZPCA—( New Zealand Pony Club Association). Pony Club meets most Wednesdays at 4.30pm (daylight permitting) at the Hawea Domain, Domain Rd, Lake Hawea. Members have a mix of ridden rallies with at least one...

Heartland Services - Wanaka

Opening times: Monday - Friday 9.00am - 5.00pm The following Heartland Services are available by appointment. Please contact Abbey who will arrange a time to suit. Services available by appointment Inland Revenue- once a month General Taxation Family Assistance Child Support Community Law Centre - first Wednesday of the month Senior Services - once a month Budgeting Advice / Building Fi...

Holy Family Catholic School

We are a full primary (from New Entrants to Year 8) state integrated school with a special Catholic character. We were founded in 2006 and our charism is ‘Family/Whanau’ which means we promote and embrace strong family values in our teaching and learning. Our mission statement calls us to provide a safe, supportive and stimulating environment that encourages children to embrace lear...

i-SITE Wanaka Visitor Centre

The Wanaka i-SITE is your one-stop travel shop for enquiries and bookings for your entire trip. We are the acknowledged experts in providing impartial comprehensive information on national and local activities, transport, and accommodation. Our enthusiastic, professional consultants will provide expert advice and ideas on all options available that suit your requirements. Let our k...

Ignite Wanaka Chamber of Commerce

The Ignite Wanaka Chamber of Commerce is a membership-driven, not-for-profit organisation representing the diverse aspects of the Wanaka business sector, small and large businesses, business professionals, community groups and residents. The Ignite Wanaka Chamber of Commerce provides support, advocacy, networking & training opportunities, creating a stronger business sector in the town.

IRD Visits Wanaka

The Inland Revenue Department (IRD) visits Community Networks one Wednesday of every month, 9.00 a.m. – 12.30 p.m. Free half hour appointments. Bookings are essential. Please phone Community Networks on 03 443 7799 or email info@communitynetworks.co.nz to make an appointment. We will need your date of birth and IRD number.

Kahu Youth

Kahu Youth provides programs, activities, events and a fun, safe, base for young people aged 11 to 24 in Wanaka, New Zealand. We are a charitable trust with two youth workers who work both in and out of our base called ‘The Crib’. Kahu Youth is governed by a board of trustees who meet monthly with the youth workers. Our youth workers run programs that cover a range of interests that in...

Knit Club Wanaka

Knit Club Wanaka meets on Thursday nights, at Alchemy Cafe Wanaka from 530pm. The club is free to attend, you can arrive at a time that suits as we run until 8pm. Michelle from The Woven Co hosts the club most nights, the aim is to make a positive, supportive and friendly environment for socialising, knitting and learning.

Kyokushin Karate Club

We train at the Scout Den, Eely Point Road, Wanaka. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Kyokushin-Karate-Wanaka-614689515301721/

Lake Hawea Community Centre

The Lake Hawea Community Centre is the perfect location for your next function. Ideal for weddings and other events, catering for up to 400 people. A beautiful location surrounded by lake and mountain views of the Hawea and Wanaka region.

Lake Wanaka Language Centre

Welome to the Lake Wanaka Language Centre. We currently run two language programmes: •General English - full time or part time •Professional English - ITC, Aviation, Medicine, Finance - full time or part time •IELTS Preparation - part time

Lake Wanaka Tourism

Located in the stunning alps of the South Island in New Zealand, visitors from around the world are drawn to the Wanaka region by its outstanding natural beauty. Wanaka’s lakes and mountains and proximity to Mt Aspiring National Park, makes it the ultimate base for outdoor activities. But it’s not just the outdoor enthusiasts who have plenty to do, stroll the streets and be inspired b...

LINK Upper Clutha

LINK Upper Clutha is the central government-supported, locally-driven community development scheme that is working to connect our community as it grows. Our vision is a united approach to community development and social and economic enterprise in the Upper Clutha.

Local Food Wanaka

We’re a group of people in the Upper Clutha region who are passionate about local food. We promote and support the relocalising of food production in the area from large farms to small home gardens and everything in between. For more information about the group, or to be added to our email list, please contact us.

Luggate Albion Cricket Club

Welcome to the Luggate Albion Cricket Club – home of cricket in the Upper Clutha region.

Luggate Community Association

We meet the last Thursday of each month, 7:30pm at Luggate Fire Station rooms.

Luggate Volunteer Fire Brigade

This is a volunteer station. That means all members of our brigade dedicate their own time in order to serve this community. We respond to a variety of emergencies in our local area And of course, we also offer fire safety advice.

Mainly Music Wanaka

Held at Wanaka Presbyterian Community Church. Call Lucy on 03 443 6513 to check availability.

Makarora Primary School

We want our children to have the very best education and leave Makarora School with the knowledge of how to learn and the desire to do so. We acknowledge that all children have the right to be taught and the responsibility to learn. We want children who have the skills to live life to the fullest in the wider world, to accept challenges, to take risks and manage change successfully, and have enq...

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 

Matukituki Charitable Trust

The Matukituki valleys are iconic valleys within Aspiring National Park. The Matikutuki Charitable Trust has been established to ensure that the valleys natural attributes are protected and enhanced. The Trust aims to restore the habitat and increase the population of all native flora and fauna, but particularly those species that make the valley special, such as kea, whio, South Island robin, roc...

Montessori Wanaka

Montessori Children’s House Wanaka offers pre-schoolers aged between 1 and 6 years the freedom to explore in a fun, nurturing and well-resourced learning environment where they can develop independence and a respect for both the natural world and each other that will stay with them for the rest of their lives. We are open Monday – Friday from 8.30am – 3pm

Mount Aspiring College

Mount Aspiring College is a Year 7-13, co-educational state secondary school located in Wanaka, New Zealand. We are proud to be the community school for the Upper Clutha area and also the chosen school for students from throughout New Zealand and from around the world. With a roll of above 950, we are small enough to know each student well and recognise their individual character and needs, but l...

Mountainside Educare

Mountainside Educare is a new, purpose built Early Childhood Centre that opened in February 2016. We specialise in providing quality education and care for children until they are ready for primary school. We are open 7.30am - 6.00pm weekdays, including school holidays.

Netball Upper Clutha

Netball Upper Clutha is a netball centre running senior, intermediate and junior grades. We are also responsible for choosing and managing rep teams  CHECK OUT OUR FACEBOOK PAGE www.facebook.com/netballupperclutha/

Oanaka EduCare

Come and see for yourself what makes Little Wonders Oanaka awesome. Our purpose-built building, with three individual classrooms that enable children to shine by providing carefully chosen resources that encourage children's innate urge to PLAY. Our highly qualified teachers provide a programme that supports the particular age groups within each classroom and adapt the space to meet the needs of t...

Otago Girls High School ex Pupils

The Objects of the Association are: To foster a spirit of loyalty and warm relations among alumni and the current School Community. To further the mission of Otago Girls’ High School, being a commitment to provide the highest quality education for all girls in a safe, caring and inclusive environment. To keep alive friendships made at the school and to provide opportunities for social int...

Parenting 4 Life

Our Vision: To be the early childhood learning centre of choice in our community of Aotearoa, providing every opportunity to be highly effective learners. Our Purpose: To provide all families and whanau with quality early childhood care and education in a small family-focused environment. Opening hours of 8.45 – 4.30pm, Monday to Friday

Parkinsons New Zealand, Otago

Founded in 1983, The Parkinson's New Zealand Charitable Trust (Parkinson’s New Zealand) is a community based, non-profit organisation, registered with the Charities Commission and reliant on funding from grants, bequests and donations. We also provide information and educational services to non-members, health professionals and the general public. We work closely with other neurological org...

Pembroke Folk Club

Martin Curtis, New Zealand Singer and Songwriter, has been writing and singing songs about his adopted country for over 30 years, and has recorded and released 10 albums, many of them celebrating New Zealand He organised the first Cardrona Folk Festival, which proved so successful that the event is still on the calendar every October, having become one of the highlights of the New Zealand folk mu...

Plastic Bag Free Wanaka

After the explosion of a facebook thread on the growing concerns of plastic use in our town, local musician Anna van Riel compiled the shared posts and data in a newly formed social media group ‘Plastic Bag Free Wanaka-group’. Gaining 200 members overnight it became apparent that talking wasn’t enough. So we are creating solutions to stop single-use plastic bags, and generally s...

Play Therapy

Child-centred play therapy services are available for children aged 2.5 years to 12 years and counselling and psychotherapy services are available for adults. If your child is experiencing behavioural or emotional difficulties, child-centred play therapy can support them to gain resilience and peace through developing awareness, insight, problem-solving and coping skills.

Prime Timers - Upper Clutha Senior Citizens

Prime Timers holds a bi-monthly meeting and afternoon tea in the Presbyterian Church Community Rooms on Tenby Street, Wanaka. These run between the months of February and November. We have guest speakers talking on a variety of subjects followed by afternoon tea. Our meetings are casual and relaxed. We foster a homely environment free from Political, Religious, Race or Gender Bias. In between...

Probus Club of Wanaka - Fellowship NZ

Now called Fellowship NZ, 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 Writers Circle

Queenstown Writers Group meets every third Thursday in Queenstown at 5.30 pm

Radio Wanaka

Wanaka's Community Website for streaming radio, local news, events, jobs, whats on. Wanaka Weather, and Wanaka Crown Range Road Reports.

Riding For Disabled

New Zealand Riding for the Disabled (NZRDA) is an association of Member Groups - a voluntary, not-for-profit organisation which provides opportunities for anyone with a disability to enjoy safe, stimulating, therapeutic horse riding and horse-related activities in New Zealand. RDA welcomes people of all ages. A person may be referred to the RDA programme in a number of ways, including word of mou...

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 ...

Rural Women of New Zealand

Rural Women New Zealand is an Incorporated Society and is registered with the Charities Commission. The elected National Board consists of the National President, National Finance Chair and four Board members. Its role as the governance body of the organisation is to establish and monitor the long-term direction of the organisation. The Chief Executive Officer is responsible for managing the day ...

Senior Net

Learning Technology Together - Courses to keep you switched on SeniorNet is a community training network that supports and motivates people aged 50+ to enjoy and use technology in their everyday lives. Join in the fun and learn how to do everything from simple word-processing to sending emails and searching the internet. In small, friendly and stress-free classes, you’ll gain the skills an...

Shukokai Karate - Wanaka

Karate NZ is a voluntary, non profit organization committed to fostering and developing opportunities for all New Zealanders to participate in traditional and sports karate at all levels. Karate NZ is recognized by Sport New Zealand as the national governing body for Karate in New Zealand.

Six a Side Cricket

Dates and times: Wednesday evenings from 6pm First game: 25 October 2017 Final game: 7 March 2018

Snow Sports NZ

We are about competitive snow sports, from grassroots, to winning on the world stage. Snow Sports New Zealand is the national sporting organisation representing the interests of adaptive snow sports, alpine ski racing, cross country skiing, freeskiing and snowboarding in New Zealand.

Solo Parent Coffee Group

Meet regularly for coffee.

St Columba Anglican Church

Sunday Service: 9.30am Eucharist Wednesday: 10am Eucharist and Discussion 2nd & 4th Saturday: 2.15pm Holy Communion at Elmslie House)

St John 1st Aid Training

First aid is at the heart of St John. In addition to our ambulance services, we provide training courses, kits and supplies, AEDs and smartphone applications. We also provide up-to-date first aid information right here on this website – tips, quizzes, videos and online training courses.

Te Kakano Aotearoa Trust

Te Kākano Aotearoa Trust is a Wanaka community-based native plant nursery that specialises in propagating plants of local origin (Upper Clutha region) and uses these plants for localised native habitat restoration. We work with local community groups, schools, organisations & businesses in the effort to promote hands-on community land care.

The Painters Group

Painters Meets on the second Monday each month, 10:30am in the Wanaka Arts Centre.

The Upper Clutha Messenger

The Messenger is recognised as the most effective advertising medium in the district - by far. It sits in offices, homes, cafés and businesses for a whole week. There are businesses that have advertised continually for 20 years and more. We often see our readers pick the Messenger up outside our office at 8.30am on Wednesday, when we know there will be another copy in their mailbox by lunch...

Upper Clutha A&P Society Inc.

The Wanaka A&P Show is an iconic community event for Wanaka and the Southern Lakes that has grown into an event of national significance.The Wanaka A&P Show is a vibrant, bustling example of an important Kiwi tradition. More than 35,000 people come to the Show each year to experience the best of rural life in a spectacular lakeside setting in the heart of central Wanaka When: Second weeke...

Upper Clutha Community Art Council

This voluntary committee is elected to promote and support the arts in the Upper Clutha region, including Wanaka, Hawea, Luggate and Albert town. Their responsibility is to assess the eligibility and suitability of groups and individuals who seek grants from the Central Lakes Trust and the Creative NZ – Creative Community Scheme. The committee meets on the 2nd Thursday of each month. They ha...

Upper Clutha Environmental Society (Inc)

Community watchdog group that in the main aims to maintain the integrity of the District Plan and its implementation within the framework of central government legislation, especially the RMA. 35 members. Conservation advocacy through submissions on resource consents and district plan changes.

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 preserves, for future generations, the records that make up the history of the Wanaka and Upper Clutha area. These records include photographs, diaries, minute books, station records, maps, newspaper clippings, family histories, Upper Clutha Pioneer Family Register and cemetery records. These are all held in a specially built fireproof room at the Wanaka Library. Records can be accesse...

Upper Clutha Hospice Trust

The Upper Clutha Hospice Trust (UCHT) is a community group formed by a group of Wanaka residents to develop a palliative and respite care facility in the Upper Clutha for the benefit of those suffering from terminal illnesses. The UCHT also provides some support for those with terminal illnesses in the Upper Clutha, who wish to remain in their own homes rather than be admitted to a palliative care...

Upper Clutha Plunket

The rooms are open with a friendly hostess to provide a warm and welcoming environment for parents and caregivers of the under 5’s. You can find baby changing, toilet, breast feeding, bottle warming, play and tea & coffee facilities in our rooms for your convenience. During the week we offer a varied selection of groups from organised coffee mornings to information sessions including 'b...

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 Tracks Trust

The Upper Clutha Tracks Trust is a non profit organisation dedicated to developing a high quality network of public trails around Wanaka and the Upper Clutha Basin. The Trust is made up of eleven passionate members of the Wanaka community, plus representatives from the Council, Department of Conservation. The Trust is registered with the Charities Commission – Reg No. CC38956 The Trust is...

Upper Clutha Tramping Club

The Club was established in 2002 and has a mix of members, some new to tramping (that’s Kiwi for bushwalking or hiking) while others have a range of experience and ability. We operate out of the beautiful lake and alpine resort of Wanaka in the South Island of New Zealand. Wanaka adjoins the World Heritage listed Mount Aspiring National Park and is close to the World Heritage listed Fiordla...

Upper Clutha Woodcraft Guild

Meet: 2nd Thursday at 7:30pm in the Woodwork Room, Mt Aspiring College, Plantation Rd, Wanaka.

Wanaka Adult Swimmers

Visit Wanaka pool for family fun, swim lessons, relaxation or to keep fit. Located next to Mount Aspiring College, our 25 metre, 6-lane heated indoor swimming pool is only a quick 5 minute drive from central Wanaka Whether you are learning to swim for the first time, or need to improve your technique, our adult classes cater for swimmers of all levels from absolute beginners through to long dista...

Wanaka Al-anon

Al-Anon has but one purpose: to help families of alcoholics. We do this by practicing The Twelve Steps, by welcoming and giving comfort to families of alcoholics, and by giving understanding and encouragement to the alcoholic. We believe that alcoholism is a family illness and that changed attitudes can aid recovery. Queenstown AFG - Thursday 7.30pm Salvation Army Rooms 29 Camp St Queenstown

Wanaka and Districts Lions Club

Lions are ordinary people from all walks of life who enjoy getting together and doing good things. We are kind and generous people who want to help. That’s why we work on projects to improve our communities and protect the environment. We get enormous satisfaction from the knowledge that what we do DOES make a difference. And we enjoy friendship and fun while doing so. Meeting time : 6:30pm...

Wanaka Autumn Arts School

For our 29th annual school this year , we will be offering you an exciting programme of 16 classes with highly talented tutors from New Zealand and Australia. Some are new to us, others are returning from previous years. The school is based at the modern Mt Aspiring College campus with practical classes exploring the district. We look forward to a stimulating week in the stunning autumn environs...

Wanaka Badminton Club

Wanaka Recreation Centre complements the community’s rich sporting culture and rapid growth in population The indoor stadium and outdoor artificial turf can be configured for netball, basketball, volleyball, badminton, tennis, futsal and hockey. Two grass sports fields are available for football and running and the brand new swimming pool complex will open soon next to the main stadium buil...

Wanaka Baptist Church

We're a multi-cultural, multi-generational body of Jesus followers.  Some are settled and some are passing through.  All are welcome. On Sunday evenings at 5:30 we meet together to worship the God of the Bible and grow as a community.  We normally meet at the Lake Wanaka Centre (89 Ardmore Street), but not always.  Please check our website or Facebook page for where we are mee...

Wanaka Basketball Club

Wanaka Recreation Centre complements the community’s rich sporting culture and rapid growth in population. The indoor stadium and outdoor artificial turf can be configured for netball, basketball, volleyball, badminton, tennis, futsal and hockey. Two grass sports fields are available for football and running and the brand new swimming pool complex will open soon next to the main stadium bui...

wanaka Beats

We’re a team of dreamers brought together through our love of music and mutual desire to create the best radio station of all time. Wanaka Beats is the limited company of You Me Dancing Inc.

Wanaka BNI

BNI provides a positive, supportive, and structured environment for the development and exchange of quality business referrals. It does so by helping you build personal relationships with dozens of other qualified business professionals. Last year, members of BNI worldwide passed millions of referrals that generated billions of dollars of business for each other. Belonging to BNI is like having d...

Wanaka Bowling Club

The Wanaka Bowling Club was founded by James Faulks in 1926, who also donated the land, that was at the time a paddock for wagon horses. The first opening day was 25th. October 1926. The present clubrooms were opened in 1980, and the indoor Stadium was opened in 1994. This enabled the club to have an all-year bowling programme. In 2008, because of difficulties in maintaining the quality of the ...

Wanaka Bridge Club

The Wanaka Bridge Club was formed in 1977, and is affiliated to NZ Bridge. The Club is well-known for its friendly atmosphere, and has a steady membership of about 190. It uses the NZ Bridge Scorer programme, and all sessions’s hands are randomly machine dealt. Regular sessions are played four times a week, with a number of tournaments held during the year. A Tuesday Session is in place ...

Wanaka Camera Club

The Wanaka Camera Club is an enthusiastic and friendly club, that was formed in 2007 by a group interested in photography, at a meeting initiated by Jacqui Scott. It now has 50+ members and is growing steadily. The member's ages range from 10 to 70 years old and abilities range from beginner to experienced amateur. The aim of the club is to enable members to improve their ability, but also to make...

Wanaka Community House

The Wanaka Community House Charitable Trust was formed to build a Community House for Wanaka. A Community House is a building that welcomes tenants who provide social service to the region as well as for community groups. It is a centrally located facility that provides space in a cooperative and supportive environment and helps to build a sense of community and social wellbeing.

Wanaka Community Toy Library

Wanaka Toy Library is open to the community and has toys and equipment for children aged 0-6 years. We have over 800 toys available so there is always something new for your kids to play with. Open Tuesday 7.30 - 8.30pm Open Friday 9.30 -11am Open Saturday 9.30 -11am

Wanaka Counselling

I provide counselling or therapy for individuals, children, adolescents, couples, families and parents around issues such as: •sexual abuse •domestic violence •depression and mental health issues •chronic illness •parenting •separation •family issues •relationships •mother-baby/parent-child •post natal •trauma

Wanaka Croquet Club

Croquet New Zealand is the National Sporting Organisation (NSO) for the sport of Croquet. Croquet New Zealand has 19 regional Associations throughout the country representing 112 clubs and over 4200 members.

Wanaka Cubs

Cubs - 8-11 Years Cub Packs offer learning programmes where children are encouraged to experience, experiment, and explore... The Cub section is for children aged 8 to 11 years. They meet weekly at their Scout Hall and take part in all sorts of cool activities.

Wanaka Embroidery Guild

At the 1984 Southland Embroiderers’ Guild regional meeting, Invercargill, Gay Eaton proposed that an annual school of embroidery be established in Wanaka the third weekend of March each year. This proposal gained much support as it was difficult for smaller guilds to be able to offer their members a wide range of techniques and styles of embroidery. At that time Gay was both the President ...

Wanaka Genealogical Group

THE WANAKA GENEALOGY GROUP provides information for our members and potential members who may be researching their ancestors from anywhere in the world. We also have a special focus for people researching ancestors from Wanaka, Otago, New Zealand and the surrounding Upper Clutha area. OBJECTIVES To bring together people who share an interest in family history, genealogy and kindred subjects, so...

Wanaka Golf Club

The Wanaka Golf Course is a picturesque 18 hole golf course surrounded by mountains and overlooking Lake Wanaka. It is nestled above the township of Wanaka, only a 45 minute drive from Queenstown in the heart of the Queenstown Lakes region. Wanaka GC is home to 950 members and hosts plenty of happy holidaying green fee players. Course maintenance is of a very high standard here, and as Central O...

Wanaka Kids Club

The Wanaka Kids Club family continues to grow and we're more passionate than ever about getting kids to experience the full range of activi­ties our natural playground has to offer. From adventures, sports and art & crafts to excursions in the Wanaka community, we ensure that every child will have something available to suit their individual skills and interests, as well as opportunities t...

Wanaka Lake Swimmers

We, as a committee, are passionate about open water swimming. We love just getting in there, exploring, floating about! In Lake Wanaka you can drink the water, it’s so clean and generally crystal clear and flat. We set this club up in September 2011 to help provide a forum for open water swimmers in and around Lake Wanaka. Last summer, we had up to 60 swimmers going into the water at a time...

Wanaka Library

Hours Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 9:00am - 5:30pm Thursday: 9:00am – 7:00pm Friday: 9:00am – 5:30pm Saturday: 10:00am - 5:00pm

Wanaka Medical Centre

Wanaka Medical is a rural general practice providing high quality medical care including accident and emergency services, to the Wanaka Community. Emergency Calls – 24 Hours: (03) 443 0710

Wanaka New Life Church

Wanaka New Life Church is a multi-generational church committed to living for Jesus, celebrating Him, loving His Word – the divinely inspired scriptures that are the Bible and walking in the supernatural power that the Holy Spirit gives! We meet every Sunday at 10am We are a contemporary family church, a member of New Life Churches of New Zealand.

Wanaka Nordic Ski Club

Enjoy the winter months to the fullest • discover fitness • fun and friendship • learn new skills • ski at a reasonable price • explore new territory You can do all this and much more at the Snow Farm this winter. As a Club Member you can enjoy - * Skiing endless trails with like-minded people * Overnight skiing with a group at the Snow Farm huts * Off-trail adventures wit...

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 Squash Club Turn right at end of Upton St/Stone St intersection (be...

Wanaka Pottery Group

The Wanaka Arts Society acts as an umbrella organisation to many groups, (painting, embroidery, quilt making, creative fibre, sculpture, woodcrafts, printmaking and photography) by bringing them all together into two major exhibitions each year at the Easter and Labour Day weekend holidays.

Wanaka Pre School

We are the longest established early childhood centre in Wanaka and are dedicated to providing affordable andaccessible quality education and care for children in a family friendly environment.

Wanaka Primary School

Wanaka is an area where wine growing and tourism abound as the growing industries. Nearby we have a lake, fabulous hills and scenic tracks which enable us to take advantage of many E.O.T.C activities such as aquatics, Nordic and alpine skiing and exploring the local area. Wanaka School has close warm relationships with students, parents and the community. Our strengths are in the integrated, schoo...

Wanaka Printmakers

Printmakers Meets casually, most Tuesdays and Thursdays at noon in the Wanaka Arts Centre.

Wanaka Psychology

I provide psychological assessment and treatment for a wide spectrum of mental wellbeing issues. Adults, children, teenagers and families are all welcome. I offer confidential, personalized and non-judgemental support to overcome these difficulties and improve your understanding of yourself or your child. I am ACC approved and offer psychological services for physical injury claims. I am affiliat...

Wanaka Residents Association

Actively represent the interests of the community.

Wanaka Rodeo Club

The Wanaka Rodeo has been running since 1963 and is held annually on 2nd January. ​ ​ Some 30 plus members and loyal supporters of the Club all work exceptionally hard to host what is now recognised as one of the best rodeo in the country and one of the most popular with rodeo competitors. ​ The Wanaka Rodeo is part of the South Island Christmas Circuit, comprising five rodeo...

Wanaka Scout and Guide Group

Scouts take part in activities as diverse as kayaking, abseiling, expeditions overseas, photography, climbing and caving. As a Scout you can learn survival skills, first aid, be part of a stage show, or even learn how to fly a plane. There’s something for every young person. It’s a great way to have fun, make friends, get outdoors, express your creativity and experience the wider world...

Wanaka Search and Rescue Group

Providing Search and Rescue support for the lost, missing and injured If you’re lost, missing or injured, day or night – we’ll come and find you. That’s the basic premise that drives the 80-odd volunteers of Wanaka Search and Rescue, which is affiliated with NZ LandSAR. We operate in the Mt Aspiring National Park and the Wanaka lakes area, from the high country to the riv...

Wanaka Skate Board Club

A group in the Wanaka community with a passion for skateboarding. We are building a vert ramp for skateboard enthusiasts to enjoy for many years to come!

Wanaka Ski and Snowsports Club

The Wanaka Ski Club was incorporated in November 1979. In 1992 the Cardrona Ski Club merged with Wanaka Ski Club. Then in 2008 the Club changed its name to Wanaka Ski & Snowsports Club. Wanaka Ski & Snowsports Club promotes opportunities for members to participate in snow sports, at both a competitive level and socially. We promote and support race training and skills improvement for s...

Wanaka Squash Rackets Club

Wanaka Squash club was started in 1977 and we have over 100 members. Members participate in national, interclub and club pennants tournaments. There is also the annual club championships, the Wanaka Open

Wanaka Sun

The Wanaka Sun - Wanaka's Community Newspaper

Wanaka Swimming Club

At Wanaka Swim Club we are very fortunate to have great coaches to work with our members. The coaches will be found poolside everyday running the many swim sessions available. If you would like to join us at Wanaka Swim Club you please come to the pool and talk to the coaches who will be able to assess your ability and discuss what sessions might be suitable or desirable.

Wanaka Tennis Club

Wanaka Tennis Club invites all players to enjoy our facilities... •Open throughout the year to both members and non-members •7 courts - 5 Tiger Elite, and 2 Rebound Ace •2 fenced volley walls •Toilets, changing rooms, and shower facilities •Clubroom including lounge and kitchen (available for function hire) •Outdoor tables, umbrellas a...

Wanaka Ukeleles

Wanaka Ukuleles started out as a bunch of enthusiastic learners attending workshops held by Rachel Pearson-Irvin. After 6 years (for some of the original members) of dedication and enthusiasm and a whole 3 folders full of music later we are now an incorporated not for profit society that loves any opportunity to perform.

Wanaka Volunteer Fire Brigade

Established 1953. Currently 33 Volunteer Firefighters, Attending approximately 175 calls a year. Two appliances, 851, 857 & one support vehicle 8526.

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 Winter Seasonal Work and Accomodation

Facebook Group - if you want a house, a job or car in Wanaka for the Winter - or want to provide any of these things then please post here!

Wanaka Womens Institute

To encourage and inspire women within dynamic, caring organisation

Wanaka Yacht & Powerboat Club Inc.

Wanaka Yacht Club is situated on the shores of Lake Wanaka in the heart of the Southern Lakes region of New Zealand. The club conducts a twilight race series throughout the summer season commencing at 6.00pm every Thursday. The clubrooms offer a spectacular vista and a great place for a drink and a light meal after racing. Sailing on Lake Wanaka can be quite exciting particularly when the prevaili...

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