Annual Ball: Through the Looking Glass

Annual Ball: Through the Looking Glass

"If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense. Nothing would be what it is, because everything would be what it isn't."

You are invited to follow us down the rabbit hole as the Wellington Club is transformed into a Wonderland where everything is 'contrary-wise' and nothing is what it seems. 

Indulge in the Queen of Hearts' parlour games or follow the trail of the Cheshire Cat; there's all types of fun to be had at this year's Club Ball!

Tickets are $145 each and include plenty of things marked "eat me" and "drink me" and of course access to the maddest tea-party this side of the looking glass. 

Tickets are strictly limited.

Details

Time: 6.30pm til late
Cost: $145 per person
Dress: Formal

PLEASE BOOK HERE*

* This year, the ball committee is organising two (or more) singles tables. If you would like to join, please contact Michaela Draper on Michaela@MMDraper.com

Chess night

Chess night

The Wellington Club chess group meets every last Tuesday of the month for a three-course dinner and some social games (of a quality that can be excused after a few glasses of wine).

All those interested are encouraged to join, Mr Sylvester Shamy and Mr Manuel Pedreschi are co-convening this special interest group and would be pleased to share their interest and knowledge with other members.

The group plans for many social events in 2018, including a simultaneous game, which is a chance for several players to play one player at once.

Details

6pm: Drinks on own account
6.30pm: Three-course dinner, including a glass of wine
Chess following dinner
$45 per person

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Flu vaccinations

Flu vaccinations

Winter is creeping up on us which means flu season is just around the corner as well. But not to worry, we have you covered. A registered nurse will be coming to the Club to administer influenza vaccinations.

DETAILS

Friday 31 May | From 9am (Please choose your preferred time slot and we will advise you if that time slot is available)

$45 per person, includes vaccination and morning tea* (Bookings are essential)
*Please note this offer does not apply to those who qualify for a free vaccination through their doctor.

BOOK HERE

Last Friday Drinks: Life in the Fast Lane

Last Friday Drinks: Life in the Fast Lane

On the last Friday of every month, we serve last Friday drinks at Happy Hour prices and themed canapes on the sixth floor.

This is a great opportunity to meet Club Members in a casual environment and introduce new guests to the Club.

No need to book, just bring a fellow member, colleague or two and come along. We look forward to seeing you.

Tonight, we are marking the end of the 2019 Monaco Grand Prix with a Sidecar Cocktail.

Speaker Series: Food for fuel

Speaker Series: Food for fuel

When it comes to being active, a healthy and high-fuel diet can help you achieve your peak performance. Your body is your vehicle, so you must keep your engine running when you work out. That means fuelling up your body by eating the right foods and drinking the right fluids, in the right amounts at the right times.

Knowing what to put into your body (nutrition) is as important as what you do with your body (exercise). Both are crucial to keeping your engine performing at its best. Join Kellie Yanek – Health & Fitness Centre Assistant Manager who will share some tips and advice to ensure you get the most out of your workout.

Details

Tuesday 4 June | 11am
Dress: Business Casual

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Young Members' Event: Happy Hour Drinks

Young Members' Event: Happy Hour Drinks

Join your fellow young members on the sixth floor for Happy Hour Drinks.

Details

Friday 7 June | 5.30pm - 7.30pm
Venue: Drake's Acre, Sixth Floor
Dress: Business Casual

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Victoria at the Club: Lifting the lid on whistleblowing in New Zealand

Victoria at the Club: Lifting the lid on whistleblowing in New Zealand

Victoria at the Club with Professor Michael Macaulay

The term whistleblowing is laden with assumptions, the majority of them negative. Yet recent evidence from across New Zealand and Australia shows that internal reports are now the most trusted sources of information on conduct and integrity across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. Drawing on the very latest work from the largest whistleblowing research project ever undertaken, this discussion will explain what people report on, what happens when they do, and what prevents them from coming forward at all.

Professor Macaulay is a Professor of Public Administration at Victoria University of Wellington. His research is in integrity and anti-corruption issues, and he is the New Zealand lead for Whistling While They Work 2. He has worked with the United Nations, the Council of Europe, and numerous other agencies in New Zealand and around the world.

Details

Venue: Wellesley Room, Fourth Floor
Time: 5.30pm for 6pm start
Cost: $12 for members / $15 for non-members for presentation and arrival drink, $50 for presentation, arrival drink and dinner
Dress: Business Casual

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Poker night

Poker night

The Club hosts poker tournaments every second Tuesday of the month.

A minimum number of six players is required.

Details

Time: 7pm
Cost: $20 entry fee

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Introduction to Snooker and Billiards

Introduction to Snooker and Billiards

Come along to learn the ropes, improve your game, or simply make contact with other snooker playing members.

Details

Friday 14 June | 5.30pm for a 6pm start
Venue: Ante Room/Billiard Room
Dress: Jacket

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Book Club

Book Club

Join convener, Ann Mildenhall, every month to discuss your favourite (or latest) book over a glass of wine. Each member is asked to bring a book of their choice to introduce to the group for discussion. So grab a book (or Kindle) and come join us for an evening of story-sharing and socialising.

There are only 12 spaces available, so be sure to book fast.

Details

Time: 4pm
Venue: Wellesley Room, Fourth Floor
 

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Wine School 101

Wine School 101

The first of two opportunities to learn everything you probably never knew you wanted to about wine - from tasting techniques, to food matching, to identifying different varieties.

The Wellington Club is teaming up with Club Member Brett Newell and Keith Tibble (both from Eurovintage) for two nights of Wine School 101. Both nights are a must for anyone with interest in wine who would like to acquire further appreciation and knowledge.

Details

Tuesday 18 June (beginners) | Tuesday 16 July (slightly-more-advanced)
5.30pm | $35 per class or $60 for both classes
Dress: Business Casual

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Speaker Series: Holding on and Letting Go: A Treasury Secretary Reflects

Speaker Series: Holding on and Letting Go: A Treasury Secretary Reflects

Gabriel Makhlouf completes his second term as Secretary to the Treasury at the end of June.  He will offer us some reflections on his 8 years as the New Zealand Government’s chief economic and financial adviser, and on the opportunities and challenges likely to be faced by his successor.

Gabriel joined the Treasury in 2010 after a career in the UK civil service where his responsibilities ranged from policy development on domestic and international tax and welfare policy issues through to large-scale, customer-focused, operational delivery.  He served as Principal Private Secretary to the Chancellor of the Exchequer (Gordon Brown) and was also Chair of the world’s main tax rule-making body (the OECD’s Committee on Fiscal Affairs).  He starts his new role as Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland in September. 

Details

Venue: Wellesley Room, Fourth Floor
Time: 5.30pm for 6pm start
Cost: $12 for members / $15 for non-members for presentation and arrival drink, $50 for presentation, arrival drink and dinner
Dress: Business Casual

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Special Buffet: Mid-Winter Christmas

Special Buffet: Mid-Winter Christmas

MENU

Prawn cocktail

Manuka honey glazed ham

Mustard-crusted Angus beef sirloin with yorkshire pudding and horseradish sauce

Brussels sprouts with chestnuts and brioche crumbs

Agria potatoes roasted in goose fat

Maple glazed roasted pumpkin

Pea and mint purée

Pedro Ximénez trifle

Christmas mince pies

Details

TIME: 12pm - 2pm
VENUE: Level 5, Main Dining Room
COST: $30 per person
DRESS: Business Casual

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Versailles Dinner

Versailles Dinner

This dinner is to mark the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Versailles, signalling the end of World War I. Our guest speaker for this evening is Victoria University of Wellington Associate Professor Kate Hunter.

Details

Thursday 20 June | 6.30pm | $90 per person
Dress: Jacket and tie

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Chess night

Chess night

The Wellington Club chess group meets every last Tuesday of the month for a three-course dinner and some social games (of a quality that can be excused after a few glasses of wine).

All those interested are encouraged to join, Mr Sylvester Shamy and Mr Manuel Pedreschi are co-convening this special interest group and would be pleased to share their interest and knowledge with other members.

The group plans for many social events in 2018, including a simultaneous game, which is a chance for several players to play one player at once.

Details

6pm: Drinks on own account
6.30pm: Three-course dinner, including a glass of wine
Chess following dinner
$45 per person

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Victoria at the Club: How prepared are organisations for climate change?

Victoria at the Club: How prepared are organisations for climate change?

Victoria at the Club with Senior Lecturer Dr Binh Bui

With the global recognition of the importance of climate change issues & the need for carbon mitigation, carbon accounting has recently attracted significant professional and academic attention. Carbon accounting plays an essential role in measuring, monitoring & managing an organisation’s carbon performance. In this talk, Dr Bui will provide insights into NZ organisations & how they respond to climate change issues, the NZ Emissions Trading Scheme & how prepared they are regarding carbon accounting & control systems. She will also discuss findings regarding
how the world’s largest companies are taking action.

Dr Bui is a Senior Lecturer in Accounting at the School of Accounting & Commercial Law at Victoria University of Wellington. She has 12 years' experience researching climate change, emissions trading & organisational response.

Details

Venue: Wellesley Room, Fourth Floor
Time: 5.30pm for 6pm start
Cost: $12 for members / $15 for non-members for presentation and arrival drink, $50 for presentation, arrival drink and dinner
Dress: Business Casual

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Single-malt whisky tasting

Single-malt whisky tasting

For those members who have a penchant for the amber tipple, Alec Hey will be joining us from Whisky Galore, the purveyors of fine whisky. From Highland to Lowland to In-between-land, Alec will be on hand to guide members through the finer points of this Scottish spirit.

Details

Thursday 4 July | 6pm | $50 per person
Dress: Business Casual

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Young Members' Event: Mini-putt

Young Members' Event: Mini-putt

Fancy your chances at a hole-in-one in Wellington's most exclusive mini-golf course?

Join us for The Wellington Club's first mini-putt tournament.
Teams of four will compete around the Club floors for the coveted Club mini-cup.
Come along for an evening of fun, frivolity and friendly competition.

Make up your own team, or enter solo to be added to one of the Club teams.
While only one team will be victorious, there will be spot prize for the most golf-appropriate outfit.

Glass of bubbles on arrival, as well as canapes throughout event.

Friday 5 July | 6pm
Fourth Floor
$40.00 per person

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Poker night

Poker night

The Club hosts poker tournaments every second Tuesday of the month.

A minimum number of six players is required.

Details

Time: 7pm
Cost: $20 entry fee

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Speaker Series breakfast: A life without limits

Speaker Series breakfast: A life without limits

Please join the Health & Fitness team for breakfast with guest speaker Will Bell from Achilles International New Zealand, and Josh Thomas, son of Wellington Club member Ted Thomas.

Achilles International New Zealand provides New Zealanders with disabilities the opportunity to participate alongside able-bodied athletes in local mainstream events, such as Round the Bays, Taupo Half Marathon and Wellington Marathon, as well as high profile international events such as the New York Marathon.

Will Bell will speak about the work of Achilles International New Zealand, while Josh Thomas will speak about his role as a guide for a visually impaired athlete this year at the Coast to Coast event: a gruelling event covering 244.1 km of mountain running, cycling and kayaking.

Details

Thursday 11 July | 7.30am
Morrison Room, Sixth Floor
$20 per person

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Little Chefs in the Kitchen: Gelato-making class

Little Chefs in the Kitchen: Gelato-making class

Go behind the scenes at one of Wellington’s most popular gelato bars, Carrello del Gelato, to learn how to make gelato and sorbet - from measuring, to mixing, to naming the tasty creations. Kids will enjoy a lunch of pizza, before learning the tricks of the trade. They will also get to take home a 500ml tub of both the gelato and sorbet they have made on the day.

Details

Tuesday 16 July | 12pm | $50 per child

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Book Club

Book Club

Join convener, Ann Mildenhall, every month to discuss your favourite (or latest) book over a glass of wine. Each member is asked to bring a book of their choice to introduce to the group for discussion. So grab a book (or Kindle) and come join us for an evening of story-sharing and socialising.

There are only 12 spaces available, so be sure to book fast.

Details

Time: 4pm
Venue: Wellesley Room, Fourth Floor
 

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Wine School 101

Wine School 101

Your second opportunity (the first being on June 18) to learn everything you probably never knew you wanted to about wine - from tasting techniques, to food matching, to identifying different varieties.

The Wellington Club is teaming up with Club Member Brett Newell and Keith Tibble (both from Eurovintage) for two nights of Wine School 101. Both nights are a must for anyone with interest in wine who would like to acquire further appreciation and knowledge.

Details

Tuesday 18 June (beginners) | Tuesday 16 July (slightly-more-advanced)
5.30pm | $35 per class or $60 for both classes
Dress: Business Casual

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Special Buffet: Chef's Classics

Special Buffet: Chef's Classics

MENU

Green pea and smoked ham soup

Gurnard, mussel and prawn pies with a herb crumble topping

Lamb shanks braised with black olives and root vegetables

Agria potato mash

Savoy cabbage with streaky bacon

Vanilla crème brûlée

English stilton steeped in De Bortoli Old Boys' 21-year-old port with walnut cake

Details

TIME: 12pm - 2pm
VENUE: Level 5, Main Dining Room
COST: $30 per person
DRESS: Business Casual

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Gamekeeper's Dinner

Gamekeeper's Dinner

Scott McNeil, from Awatoru, along with Club members Richard Kemp and Mical Treadwell are braving the wicked winter weather to bring us a taste of the wild yet again. This not to be missed dinner will include a multi-course feast of foraged flavours from sea and sky, farm and forest, vineyard and grove.

Details

Thursday 18 July | 6.30pm | $90 per person
Dress: Jacket and tie

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Truffle hunt

Truffle hunt

Heatherlea Oaks is a 10-acre lifestyle block situated in the Horowhenua region. Owners Arthur and Linda Cooper have planted 230 Hazelnut and Oat trees which after careful monitoring and irrigation have been producing export-quality Perigold black truffle for six years. The pungent and aromatic taste of the Perigold black truffle is a delicacy admired around the world. Arthur and Linda, with their faithful truffle dog Pippa, take pride in harvesting and grading for culinary standards and assure the delivery of top grade, fresh black truffle.

The Club is organising a trip to the farm on Tuesday 23 July to tour the truffière and gardens, followed by a truffle hunt with Pippa. Two nights later, on Thursday 25 July, the Club will host a dinner to celebrate truffles.

So book now for one, or both events. It is sure to be a highlight of the Club calendar this year.

Details

Tuesday 23 July | 10am | $55 per person

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Victoria at the Club: The current industrial revolution

Victoria at the Club: The current industrial revolution

Victoria at the Club with Associate Professor Dr Leon Gurevitch

Depending on who you read, many academics and commentators have argued that we are in the midst of a third, fourth or fifth industrial revolution. The claims made are that our new industrial revolution is seeing exponential change in our industrial, economic and social fabric that is reminiscent of previous revolutions. But how much are these claims put forward as a useful narrative that helps sell books, and how much as we really witnessing revolutionary change? Taking the rapid development in technology and design processes, methods and outputs over the last two decades, and looking ahead to the next twenty years, this talk considers where we are in our current industrial surroundings, what its implications are for New Zealand and its potential near to medium term impacts on geopolitics.

Dr Leon Gurevitch is Associate Professor at Victoria University of Wellington’s School of Design where he teaches photography and computational culture. Leon is a member of the UCLA Cultural Analytics Group and has many published works.

Details

Venue: Wellesley Room, Fourth Floor
Time: 5.30pm for 6pm start
Cost: $12 for members / $15 for non-members for presentation and arrival drink, $50 for presentation, arrival drink and dinner
Dress: Business Casual

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Chess night

Chess night

The Wellington Club chess group meets every last Tuesday of the month for a three-course dinner and some social games (of a quality that can be excused after a few glasses of wine).

All those interested are encouraged to join, Mr Sylvester Shamy and Mr Manuel Pedreschi are co-convening this special interest group and would be pleased to share their interest and knowledge with other members.

The group plans for many social events in 2018, including a simultaneous game, which is a chance for several players to play one player at once.

Details

6pm: Drinks on own account
6.30pm: Three-course dinner, including a glass of wine
Chess following dinner
$45 per person

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Truffle Dinner

Truffle Dinner

Indulge in a three-course dinner at the Club to celebrate truffles.

Two days prior to this dinner, some members will have visited Heatherlea Oaks - a 10-acre lifestyle block situated in the Horowhenua region. Owners Arthur and Linda Cooper planted 230 Hazelnut and Oat trees which after careful monitoring and irrigation have been producing export-quality Perigold black truffle for six years. The pungent and aromatic taste of the Perigold black truffle is a delicacy admired around the world. Arthur and Linda, with their faithful truffle dog Pippa, take pride in harvesting and grading for culinary standards and assure the delivery of top grade, fresh black truffle.

At this dinner, Arthur will share his story - the highs and lows of owning a truffière.

This dinner is sure to be a highlight of the Club calendar this year.

Details

Thursday 25 July | 6.30pm | $130 per person
Dress: Jacket and tie

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Annual Members & Sons' Dinner

Annual Members & Sons' Dinner

Guest speaker Emeritus Professor Roger Robinson is known for representing England and New Zealand as a runner, covering the Boston Marathon bombings as an award-winning sports journalist, and publishing the seminal Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature.

Details

Thursday 1 August | 6.30pm | $95 per person
Dress: Black tie

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Victoria at the Club: Māori justice and human rights: Cultural clash or cultural concomitance?

Victoria at the Club: Māori justice and human rights: Cultural clash or cultural concomitance?

Victoria at the Club with Māmari Stephens

Professor Māmari Stephens will explore a couple of selected aspects of Māori jurisprudence in order to ask the following question: what space there can be for the recognition of, and protection for, human rights within what can be described as Māori jurisprudence? In short, there is room; and the walls between Māori jurisprudential practice and thought, and human rights thinking and analysis, may be more porous than might be generally thought.

Māmari Stephens (Te Rarawa, Ngāti Pākehā) joined the Faculty of Law at Victoria University of Wellington in January 2006, after practising as a solicitor with Russell McVeagh, and after several years’ experience as a probation officer and broadcaster.

Māmari ran the Legal Māori Project between 2008-2014, which produced He Papakupu Reo Ture: A Dictionary of Māori Legal Terms. Her primary research interests are law and language, Māori and the New Zealand legal system, and social security law. Her book Social Security and Welfare Law in Aotearoa New Zealand is in press.

Details

Venue: Wellesley Room, Fourth Floor
Time: 5.30pm for 6pm start
Cost: $12 for members / $15 for non-members for presentation and arrival drink, $50 for presentation, arrival drink and dinner
Dress: Business Casual

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Poker night

Poker night

The Club hosts poker tournaments every second Tuesday of the month.

A minimum number of six players is required.

Details

Time: 7pm
Cost: $20 entry fee

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Special Buffet: Local Food Heroes

Special Buffet: Local Food Heroes

MENU

Honouring Awatoru sustainably-sourced seafood and game

Zany Zeus artisanal organic handmade cheese and curds

Palliser Ridge grass-fed lamb from Pirānoa, Wairarapa

Shelly Bay Baker daily-baked sourdough breads

Newtown Veggie Market hand-picked seasonal produce

Details

TIME: 12pm - 2pm
VENUE: Level 5, Main Dining Room
COST: $30 per person
DRESS: Business Casual

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Victoria at the Club: For love or money: The perils and rewards of managing a performing arts company in Aotearoa

Victoria at the Club: For love or money: The perils and rewards of managing a performing arts company in Aotearoa

Victoria at the Club with Emeritus Professor Peter Walls

Performing arts companies are, by and large, not-for-profit entities. They operate as businesses with no margins. Drawing on some of the white-knuckle moments in his years as an arts manager, Peter Walls will provide observations relevant to the current review of the Charities Act about sustaining the arts in New Zealand. He will also offer a personal perspective on the value of a strong arts culture for education, societal well-being and cultural diplomacy. His experience – like that of others in the industry – is one in which the exhilaration of moments like hearing the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra in the world’s greatest symphonic venues makes it all worthwhile.

Emeritus Professor Peter Walls was chief executive of the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra from 2002 to 2011. After a brief, but unsuccessful, attempt at retirement, he took up the position of chief executive at Chamber Music New Zealand in 2015. He retired at the end of January and is focusing once again on research and performance.

Details

Venue: Wellesley Room, Fourth Floor
Time: 5.30pm for 6pm start
Cost: $12 for members / $15 for non-members for presentation and arrival drink, $50 for presentation, arrival drink and dinner
Dress: Business Casual

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Winemaker's Dinner

Winemaker's Dinner

Nigel Elder, Club member and former Martinborough Vineyards viticulturist, has worked in the wine industry for more than ten years, including producing vintages in Europe and Australia. He was involved in producing many great wines at Martinborough Vineyards alongside winemakers Larry McKenna and Claire Muholland.

Come and join Nigel and The Wellington Club team for a journey through some of Elder Wine’s vintages, expertly matched with a three-course dinner produced by our Executive Chef Mark Hartstonge.

Details

Thursday 15 August | 6.30pm | $95 per person
Dress: Business Casual

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Book Club

Book Club

Join convener, Ann Mildenhall, every month to discuss your favourite (or latest) book over a glass of wine. Each member is asked to bring a book of their choice to introduce to the group for discussion. So grab a book (or Kindle) and come join us for an evening of story-sharing and socialising.

There are only 12 spaces available, so be sure to book fast.

Details

Time: 4pm
Venue: Wellesley Room, Fourth Floor
 

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Adults' Cooking Class: Asian Street Food

Adults' Cooking Class: Asian Street Food

Learn how to make traditional rice paper rolls by scratch, nam jim dipping sauce, steamed dumplings and potstickers, before sitting down to enjoy an Asian cuisine feast.

Details

Tuesday 20 August | 5pm | $60 per person
Dress: Business Casual

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Chess night

Chess night

The Wellington Club chess group meets every last Tuesday of the month for a three-course dinner and some social games (of a quality that can be excused after a few glasses of wine).

All those interested are encouraged to join, Mr Sylvester Shamy and Mr Manuel Pedreschi are co-convening this special interest group and would be pleased to share their interest and knowledge with other members.

The group plans for many social events in 2018, including a simultaneous game, which is a chance for several players to play one player at once.

Details

6pm: Drinks on own account
6.30pm: Three-course dinner, including a glass of wine
Chess following dinner
$45 per person

PLEASE BOOK HERE

World of WearableArt Evening

World of WearableArt Evening

World of WearableArt chief executive Gisella Carr joins us to share what it takes to make the world’s number one wearable art show.

Details

Friday 30 August | 5.30pm | $45 per person
Dress: Business Casual

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Club Trip: Bay of Many Coves

Club Trip: Bay of Many Coves

In celebration of 250 years since the first onshore meetings between Māori and Europeans, a trip to a place which captivated intrepid explorer Captain James Cook seemed only fitting. Join your fellow Club members for a weekend in the Marlborough Sounds, where you will enjoy private cruises, a 7-course degustation and more.

PACKAGE PRICE: $2999 per couple

• 2 nights’ share-twin in a one-bedroom apartment at the Bay of Many Coves resort from September 13 to September 15

• Water transfers to the Bay of Many Coves Resort from Picton, while enjoying canapes and bubbles onboard

• Full breakfast on both mornings of your stay

• Three-course dinner on the Friday evening you arrive

• Seven-course degustation menu with a full wine match for each course on the Saturday evening

• A private cruise north up the Queen Charlotte Sound to Motuara Island, a spectacular protected bird sanctuary and then across to Ship Cove to stand on the site where Captain Cook first landed. A plattered lunch with wines would be served onboard during this charter

• Return water taxi transfers to Picton on Sunday morning to meet returning transport

Club celebrations for Captain Cook's 250th will continue over the remainder of the year, with a dinner, a visit to the waka as part of the national voyage. Details of these celebrations will be communicated in due course.

PLEASE BOOK HERE

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