Kiwis are an active and curious bunch, and there are many recreational activities to keep us busy throughout New Zealand. Recreation is a great way to meet new people, learn something new, keep fit or pick up a valuable life skill. Whatever your hobbies or talents are, you'll find something here to bring out the best in you. Drill down the categories to find a listing that suits you in terms of activities and location.
The official website of the New Zealand All Blacks rugby union team. Keep up with the latest news, results, and team information. Purchase match tickets and official team apparel. Check out your favourite player’s profile information and install the official All Blacks App.
The governing body for Motorsport in New Zealand. Appointed by the FIA to regulate motor sport in New Zealand. Concerned with the fitness of drivers, circuit safety (including all courses and tracks), the construction and eligibility of vehicles, all aspects of safety, administration of justice and the progress of motorsports in New Zealand.
Phone: 04 815 8015
Address: 69 Hutt Road, Thorndon, Wellington
The governing body for golf in New Zealand. Responsible for fostering and developing the game for all New Zealander’s. Providing a wide range of services associated with the game including the national handicapping system, managing the New Zealand Golf representative teams, delivering elite golf tournaments and much more.
Phone: 09 485 3230
Address: 8 Greydene Place, Takapuna, Auckland
The New Zealand Squash Hall of Fame recognises and honors the outstanding performance of players and achievements of coaches, administrators and other personalities within New Zealand Squash. Aiming to preserve and record the history and heritage of New Zealand Squash
Address: PO Box 356, Tauranga 3140
The New Zealand Fly Fishing Forum. With various forum topics including Fly Fishing, Salmon Fishing and Rod Building etc. Post photos, comments, ask questions, share Facebook posts, find interesting tips and tricks, check out some fishing related jokes, read articles, find out the best fishing spots and more.
The Virtually on Track Project is a collaboration of three organisations working together to encourage people to get outdoors and explore the stunning parks, beaches and reserves in the Bay of Plenty. The local DOC office, Sport Bay of Plenty and Sport NZ.