Hokitika/South Westland Newcomers Network
Westland District stretches some 400 kilometres from the Taramakau River in the north to Barn Bay in the south and is bordered by the Tasman Sea to the west and the magnificent Southern Alps to the east. Within its boundaries can be found flowing icy glaciers, rugged beaches scattered with driftwood, bush-clad mountains and crystal clear lakes and rivers surrounded by towering native forests.
The Hokitika Newcomers group meets regularly for coffee mornings, walks, movies, beach bonfires, join us & make some new friends, we would love to meet you!
Join Hokitika/South Westland Newcomers Network
Join us to make new friends, find out about events and get involved in your new community.
Our Coordinator: Birte
Haere Mai. We’re here to make you welcome.
We appreciate that new people bring new skills, experience and attitudes that can positively impact on our education, workplaces and our community.
We are working with individuals, employers and community organisations to provide excellent settlement support, and to help reward, recognise, train and retain new people and ensure they have an unforgettable West Coast experience.
We provide introductions, referrals, resources, information, training and development opportunities and host a regular programme of social events, dinners and activities.
Be a friendly face, come along, get involved, welcome newcomers!
Come along to our next event!
Contact Hokitika/South Westland Newcomers Network
Phone: 027 407 0302
c/- Grey Power office
136 Revell St, entrance on Tancred St.
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Register for free and get to know people in your new community.
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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Volunteers and donations are the life blood of our organisation.