Clubs

  • First established as the Turangi Marine Rescue Service in 1974 in 1980 it became Turangi Marine Rescue service. Its final name change was in 1991 when it became a Coastguard Unit.
  • The New Tongariro Chartered Club provides a great range services from Outside Facilities to inside comforts, Restaurant, Bar, Gaming Machines, Karaoke, Pool/Snooker Tables & Entertainment.
  • Contact details If you would like to find out more about TALTAC or its membership services please contact the Club Manager through the contact phone number provided.
  • The Tokaanu Turangi RSA Club , on it's formation in August 1958, became the Tokaanu Turangi sub branch of the Taumarunui and District Returned Services Association and remained as such for 34 years until its membership decided to become a RSA Club directly affiliated to its National Association. Delegates from this Association attend District and National meetings to keep abreast of current changes in policy and direction.
  • The Turangi & District Womans Club support the welfare of woman and children within the Turangi District. The club is involved in fund-raising activities such Pink Breakfast for breast cancer, Daffodil Day for cancer research along with local fund raising for a number of events. The club meets on the 3rd Monday of each month except January.
  • Welcome to Turangi Aero Cub in Grace Road, Turangi, at the southern end of the beautiful Lake Taupo, in the central North Island of New Zealand. The airfield is home to the Turangi Aero Club, and is served by Mountain Air, undertaking tourist flights around the National Park and central North Island volcanoes. The Aero Club sign features a photo of the locality looking south towards the mountains
  • The Turangi Angels Netball Club provide the tools, support and opportunities to promote all aspects of Netball in our community to keep our youth invested and to involve the community.
  • Turangi ArtWorks is a non-profit organisation that encourages people to share and develop their creative talents. The club is run by its members with a committee including president, secretary and treasurer elected annually. The club has looms, spinning wheels, potters wheels, several kilns, space for painting, easels and numerous other items of artistic equipment available for members to use.
  • All levels of players are welcome. Turangi Badminton club has players from all ages, from Juniors to Seniors. Adult coaching is available for those interested in learning and improving their skills. Also rackets are available - free. So come along.
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  • Turangi Casual Bridge Club meets every Monday afternoon at the Turangi District Coucil Conference room at 12:45pm. All players and skill levels welcomed. Don't have a partner? No problem, we can arrange one for you. For further details please contact Jean on 027 8433226 or Tineke on 07 386 5140
  • The Turangi Country & Music Club meet the 1st Sunday of each month (except January) at the Tongariro Charter Club, 14 Katopu Place, Turangi. 1.00pm to 4.30pm
  • The Turangi Garden Club meets every month. We have speakers, outings, demonstrations, flower shows and garden rambles.
  • Turangi Golf Club An unforgettable golfing experience in the heart of New Zealand's North Island
  • Training Times Turangi Area School Gymnasium Monday 5:30pm - 7.30pm Wednesday 5:30pm - 7.30pm Friday 5:30pm - 6.30pm
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  • The Club Turangi Rock n Road Cycling Club is a group of enthusiastic cyclists; both road and mountain bikers, which cater for all age groups and abilities. Riders see the club as an opportunity to share in the sport they are passionate about. Trips and events both locally and regionally have provided encouragement, skill development and lots of laughter. The club always encourages new members.
  • Our motto Service Above Self is the Rotary main objective is service, in the community, in the workplace, and throughout the world. Rotarians pay it forward worldwide. Turangi Rotary is a not-for-profit organization which is supported solely by voluntary contributions from Rotarians, friends and fundraising events. We all share a vision of a better world and believe one person can make a difference.
  • Meeting are held 2nd Friday of each month except January. Commencing at 10.00am at the Turangi Bowling Clubrooms, 5 Katapu Place, Turangi. Each meeting includes a morning tea hosted by "rostered" members, a guest speaker and a monthly newsletter. Organised activities arranged by the Activities Committee.
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  • Polocrosse is a fast-paced and athletic horseback game which is a cross between netball and lacrosse - but on horses. It's also a bit like rugby league on horseback. Come on down and support our locals.

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