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Community Associations and Groups
Kā rōpū o te Hapori
There are many community associations across our district who actively represent and advocate for the needs and interests of their local community. We're also lucky to have a wide range of community groups and services on offer to support how we live, work and play.Community associations Community groups Newcomers guide Student volunteers
Chair: Nigel Lloyd firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice Chair: Andrew Blackford
Treasurer: Sarah Thomson
Secretary/Communications: Dennis Behan
Meetings: Held at 7.30pm on the first Tuesday of every month. Location is confirmed in advance on Facebook and emailed to APCA mailing listClose
Chair: Craig Palmer - 021 844 653 or email@example.comClose
Chair: John Glover - 0275 867 233 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary: Will McBeth
Postal address: PO Box 38, Glenorchy 9350Close
Postal address: Hawea Community Association Inc, P O BOX 53 Lake Hawea, 9345Close
Community Connect is a directory of community groups and services in our district. Click below to search the database.
It can be a challenge moving to a new place, but it can be a great adventure too. If you're new to the district, we'd love to help you settle in. Take a look at our Newcomers Guide to the District below - it's full of good old local knowledge and tips for getting set up.
Another great resource is the New Zealand Now website which provides insights into living & working in New Zealand: www.newzealandnow.govt.nz
GIVE TIME is an initiative developed by Year 10 students from Wakatipu High School which allows students to reach out to organisations that need volunteers.
To register your interest for volunteers or to learn more, click here.
Or, check out this four minute video where the team behind GIVE TIME explains their work: https://vimeo.com/426123035