Ashburton/Mid Canterbury Newcomers Network
The Ashburton District “The Granary of New Zealand” covers the central part of the South Island. The area includes two of New Zealands premier salmon fishing rivers, the Rakaia & the Rangitata. It has the largest area of flat land in any district of New Zealand, and is intensively farmed. The Mid Canterbury area offers spectacular scenery, the rivers, lakes and open spaces of the alpine foothills are very popular with visitors and locals alike wanting to enjoy the spectacular scenery, trout/salmon fishing, skiing, and tranquillity of the area.
The Mid Canterbury Newcomers Group offers many regular & varied activities & events for newcomers, these include a coffee group, a playgroup, walking groups, craft group, Zumba and many other different activities. Join us, we would love to meet you!
Join Ashburton/Mid Canterbury Newcomers Network
Join us to make new friends, find out about events and get involved in your new community.
Our Coordinator: Adi Avnit
Kia Ora and hello,
My name is Adi and I’m from Israel. I arrived to New Zealand and Ashburton only a year ago and I already feel at home in Ashburton with its friendly and welcoming people.
I’m passionate about knowing the community, meeting people, building relationships and helping others feel the same welcome I have felt, as well as empowering other migrants and newcomers.
Feel free to contact me either through our Facebook page, call/SMS or email to [email protected]
I have started out as a volunteer for the newcomers network and would like to put out a call to others to volunteer for the organization – we need you!
Contact Ashburton/Mid Canterbury Newcomers Network
Phone: (03) 308 1395
Mobile: 027 220 8791
44 Cass Street
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Find people to socialise with, try new skills, sports or just enjoy a coffee with other newcomers, we know how it feels to be new in your community.
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