Community Event


Local Primary School Cross Country

When:    Friday 27 May, 12.15pm (postponement date is Monday 30 May)

Where:    Willans farm, Wilderness Road


Fiordland Business Assoication members are invited to come and hear about the exciting Te Anau Events and opportunities coming up for the town and your businesses. Have a chat and connect. 
When:    Friday 27 May, 10am – 11am
Where:   Kiwi Country
Cost:      Free to attend


Come out and get to know other parents, caregivers and professionals in a non-threatening environment

- Share experiences
- Discuss ideas
- Learn what resources are available

When:      Tuesday 24 May, 1.15pm – 2.15pm

Where:     Fiordland Community House

For more information or if you would like specific resources, please contact Wendy Jenkins, Autism Outreach Co-ordinator on 03 218 2420, 022 0200 106 or


Come and join Fiordland Outdoor Playgroup for an exciting and fun session this Monday! Courtney from Brave Soul will be running Free Flow Yoga - aimed at tamariki. 
So not yoga as adults might be thinking of and practicing, it is more about fun, noise and mindful movements.
Adults are encouraged to join in as well 😊

When:    Monday 23 May
    Meet from 930am (kids snack & play, settle in)
    Yoga at 10am 
    After the yoga session, feel free to stay and play or carry on with your day 🙂

Where:    Ivon Wilson Park


Quiz Night is back on this coming Tuesday 24/05/2022 at The Alpine Centre. Registrations from 6.45pm quiz starts 7pm.  

Who's coming down to test their knowledge?

Please call 032499091 to book your team


Freedom in Mark Making: building innovative art work 2-day workshop with Andrea Sexton.

Andrea is an eclectic artist and owner of The Little Red Caboose Gallery in Orepuki.

This workshop is suitable from beginner to intermediate, from young to old & those full of life experience!

Join Andrea for a playful, creative workshop with an emphasis on building your artistic confidence.

You will explore mark making and be guided through easy compositions to create unique outcomes.


Join Southland based Artist Crosbie Grieve.

Classes will cover information on types and use of brushes, paints and paper, techniques and tricks, composition and perspective etc.

Lots of painting activity & a fun learning experience.

Suitable for complete beginners, as well as those with some experience in watercolour or other mediums.

When:      Saturday 11 & Sunday 12 June, 10am – 4pm

Where:     The Arts Hub, 23 Main St, Te Anau

Cost:         $40.00


Attain your St John First Aid Level 1 certificate (valid for two years).

Ideal for anyone who wants to learn basic first aid or needs to update their first aid qualification. Minimum qualification requirement for a workplace first aider.

The course covers...

• scene assessment & safety

• CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) for babies, children & adults

• AED familiarisation (automated external defibrillators)


Join Otago based Sculptor Suzanne Emslie for a fun weekend, creating your own limestone sculpture or two!

Limestone is a soft stone which makes it great to carve, all tools and stone will be supplied.

When:      10am Saturday 25 – 4pm Sunday 26 June

Where:    TBA

Cost:        $150 - all materials supplied

To secure your place please email:


Demonstration for starting young dogs both heading and hunt, run by the Mararoa Sheep Dog Trial Club, followed by an opportunity to work one on one with your own dog for any specific issues you may be having

Please ensure all dogs are dosed that come on farm - call Andy Dennis on 021 320 418 if you need this done

When:      Sunday 15 May, 1pm

Where:    Lynmore woolshed, 289 Lagoon Creek Rd, Hillside, Te Anau