Haere Mai | Welcome
This website is to help locals and visitors to the Kaipara Flats area. All our clubs and social activities are represented here, with details of how to contact them and when they meet – as well as information about our schools, societies and services.
Weekly schedules, announcements and club activities are mainly managed by club Facebook pages – so if you visit the section in the website for whatever interests you, then follow the links to the Club’s Social Media from each page.
We hope our website helps make your time in our community more enjoyable, wether you live here.. or are just visiting.
Enjoy Kaipara Flats.
Kaipara Flats Sports Club is one of the oldest and most popular institutions in the area, hosting Tennis, Cricket, Netball & Petanque – as well as Thursday night social gathering. Visitors Welcome.
Other sports played locally also include Rugby, Soccer & more.
A wide range of Clubs provide options for entertainment and social occasions throughout the year in the Kaipara Flats community.
As well as cultural pursuits such as Historical Society, Book club and Poetry and Prose – there are clubs for Gardeners, Shooters, Fishermen and Dirt Bike riders.
Kaipara Flats has a Primary School in School Lane near the Railway Bridge – buses bring children into Kaipara Flats from Warkworth and surrounding areas.
Buses also run every morning and afternoon to Mahurangi College. For our younger kids we have a Playgroup in the old Church Hall on Kaipara Flats Road.
Kaipara Flats was first settled in 1832 and we are proud of this historical heritage – our cultural pursuits include the Historical Society, which has done a lot to save local heritage buildings, the Book Club and the Library.. and Ranfurly Hall.
About Kaipara Flats
We are a rural community in the middle of New Zealand at it’s narrowest point, between Kaipara Harbour in the West and Hauraki Gulf in the East. We encompass a local area which includes Kaipara Hills to our North-West, bordered by the villages of Tauroa, Ahuroa and Glorit, with our local town Warkworth on State Highway 1 to the East.
Traditionally a farming area, the community still produces some of New Zealand’s most iconic agriculture including Dairy, Wool, Beef and Lamb. Befitting a part of New Zealand that is famous for Kauri, we still have thousands of hectares of Pine and logging trucks are a common sight along our rural roads. Only 45 minutes from Auckland’s Harbour Bridge. On a good day.
Contact the Website team
If you are involved with a local club and want to update any information, or would like to contribute to the website in any way, please get in contact.
This is a community initiative and your support is appreciated.