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Saxton Stadium

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Additional fitness classes running at Saxton Stadium:

* Tai Chi will commence another 10 week course on 5th February. Cost is $10 per session or $80 for 10 weeks. Flyer

* Tumble Tots - every Tuesday 10.30-11.30am. Cost $4 per session or 10 concession card for $34. Run by Sport Tasman's Jenny Dravitzki Ph 546 3306. Flyer.

* Sit & Be Fit - every Monday 10 - 11am in Boardroom, Sports House. Cost $6.00 per session. Contact Marnie Brown Ph 541 0015. Flyer

* Chair Yoga - every Wednesday 10.30am - 11.30am in Boardroom, Sports House. Cost $6 per session. Contact Delia on 0212 398 969. Flyer

 

Saxton Stadium is managed by Sport Tasman on behalf of the Nelson City Council. This is a very prestigious facility that Nelsonians will be proud of for many generations to come.

Saxton Stadium is located within the 65 hectare Saxton Field sports park development and is the main sporting facility for Nelson & Tasman. This development serves both local authority areas and is a working example of co-operation and collaboration between neighbouring Councils and sporting codes.

The stadium covers an area of 7,000m2 and incorporates the following facilities; five international sized netball courts, five basketball courts, 12 volleyball courts, a separate purpose built table tennis area and Sports House - the home of Sport Tasman and many regional sporting bodies.

Directions to the Saxton Stadium

Located off Main Road Stoke at 142 Saxton Road East

  • turn right into Saxton Field
  • drive round netball courts
  • turn left just past children's play ground

Stadium Pavilion

MEETING ROOMS AVAILABLE - download brochure

You're guaranteed fantastic sunny Nelson views overlooking Saxton Field. The pavilion has twin rooms for separate functions or can be opened up into one large function room. The upstairs aspect to this facility is a unique aspect that has a large 1st floor balcony for your guests to enjoy. Also known as the Netball Pavilion.

Directions to the Stadium Pavilion

Located off Main Road Stoke at 142 Saxton Road East

  • turn right into Saxton Field
  • drive around netball courts
  • turn left just past children's playground
  • 1st floor of building overlooking the netball courts.

Saxton Oval & Athletics Pavilion

MEETING ROOM/FUNCTION LOUNGE WITH KITCHEN & BAR AREA AVAILABLE - download brochure

This great venue guarantees fantastic views of the Saxton Field Athletics Track and Cricket Oval in sunny Nelson. The Oval is home to Athletics Nelson, Nelson Cricket and Nelson Bays Football. The facility has an amazing Lounge Suite which is perfect for all types of functions, celebrations and parties. This facility is part of the fantastic Saxton Field Complex and all areas are wheel chair friendly and are designed for easy access.

Directions to the Saxton Oval & Athletics Pavilion

Located off Main Road Stoke, Nelson

  • turn into Saxton Field off main road stoke (opposite the freezing works)
  • drive right after you pass the cricket oval.

CLUB RECREATION / WAY2GO STOKE HUB

Saxton Stadium is a Way2Go Hub.

Way2Go is our Nelson Tasman Active Communities project, with the aim being to increase the physical activity levels of the community - with a focus on those who are aware they should be active but currently are not. This collaborative project which includes the DHB, PHO, Sport NZ, TRST, TDC and NCC helps to provide physical activity opportunities for the community with the aim of increasing participation levels for those less active.

Saxton Stadium’s Club Recreation programmes include ease into activity sessions, sit'n'be fit classes, gentle exercise classes and circuit and the Saxton seniors programmes are just some of the initiatives being offered.

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Sports House

Sports House is the administration hub of the local sport community and is positioned on the north side of Saxton Stadium.  Currently 12 sports codes are housed at Sports House along with Sport Tasman staff.

If you are interested in being located at Sports House with an office space or a desk, please contact Mike Moore on 0274 943 620 or DDI 03 546 3337.

These desks are available for Sport and Recreational/Voluntary organisations.

You are welcome to view our impressive Sports House facility.

Sports House also has a well equiped boardroom for hire. Download a booking form (note: staff will still need to check availability before confirming).

 


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Motueka Recreation Centre

The Motueka Recreation Centre is the centre of recreation happenings in Motueka. 

We are interested in talking with you about any new programme idea or initiative that you may have.

Opened by the then Minister of Sport, Hon Mike Moore in 1987 the Motueka Recreation Centre is "where it all happens".

Managed by Sport Tasman since 1999 on behalf of the Tasman District Council the Motueka Recreation Centre aims to provide something for everyone. The diverse facility contains a roller rink, fitness centre, cafe, sports stadium, indoor climbing wall, outdoor netball courts, cinema and two martial art dojo's that neighbours Goodman Park and the local BMX and Go kart tracks.

Come and experience the opportunities.

OPENING HOURS:

Monday - Friday 9am - 9pm

Saturday 9am - 4pm   

Sundays 10.30am to 2.30pm

updated 17th December 2014 - Hours will differ from above as these are our normal operation hours please contact the Centre on 528 8228 for our xmas new year hours.  Closed stat holidays.

Directions to Motueka Recreation Centre

40 Old Wharf Road
Motueka

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Richmond Town Hall

The Richmond Town Hall is managed by Sport Tasman under contract for the Tasman District Council.

The busy hub is made up of the Richmond Town Hall, a meeting room and a number of offices which house several agencies and organisations.

Located at 9 Cambridge Street, Richmond, it is primarily a hire facility for community activities, meetings and events and provides an ideal community venue that is affordable, easily accessed and suitable for pre-schooler through to older adult activities.

Advance bookings are recommended as this busy Hub is heavily booked.

Community Recreation

For information regarding the sport and recreation programmes offered by the Centre, contact should be made with the Facility Manager.

The Sport Tasman Richmond delivers a range of Club Recreation programmes at the Town Hall such as the Club 50, Walking Groups and Ease into Activity with Pedometers. See the links on the right hand side for the Club 50 Newsletter, Club 50 Programme list and the Club Recreation "Get Active" classes timetable.  See below for some news stories from past Club 50 outings in 2014.

Other users who hold regular classes at the Centre include:

  • Club Recreation Fitness & Social classes
  • Boredom Busters Holiday and After School Care programmes
  • FUN Housie - designed for those with special requirements
  • Yoga & Pilate’s groups
  • Just Gymnastics Ltd
  • Karate Classes
  • Dog Almighty Classes
  • Creative Studio
  • Richmond Pipe Band
  • Slimmer’s Club
  • Nelson Old Time Dancing
  • Richmond Social Dance Group
  • Nelson Social Dance Group
  • Monday night Dance Group
  • Israeli Folk Dance and many more

Tenants at the Richmond Town Hall include:

  • Richmond Unlimited
  • Anne Macann Physiotherapist & Acupuncture
  • Time Out Massage
  • Anne Michelle Electrologist
  • Hearing Association, Hearing Aid Cleaning Clinic
  • Nelson Community Law (Free service)

 

View the Richmond Town Hall 'What's On' Timetable  for the full list of activities at the hall for September 2014.

CLUB 50 News

CLUB 50’s Visit Mobile Health Trucks

Club 50 had an amazing visit to these two mobile health trucks based just for a day at the boy’s college. One blasts kidney stones and the other undertakes surgery that preferably does not require an overnight in hospital out in more remote communities. They circumnavigate around New Zealand to these remote towns and hospitals on a constant tight schedule.

Mark Eager, the general Manager took us through the buses, where we were allowed to have a good look and a ‘play’ with a bit the equipment. He and his team captured held our interest for an awful long time. I have had no end of praise for them and many thank yous.

 

 

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Kaikoura Lions Pool

Kaikoura Lions Pool is open for the summer 2014/2015. 

Opening hours:

Weekdays 12noon – 6pm       Weekends 11am – 5pm

Thanks to the sunny weather last summer the pool was enjoyed by a record number of users coming in for pleasure, Manpower swimming lessons as well as the new adult swim fitness class initiatives.

Let’s beat last year’s record.  Get down to the beautiful setting and get amongst the fun.  There are a number of different activities on offer, see list below. Also there’s a myriad of fun pool toys to play with and utilise for your fitness work outs.

SPECIAL SESSIONS:

  • Tuesdays (5:15pm – 6:00pm) Adult Swim Tuition ….. Informal stroke improvements and fitness programmes to suit your needs.
  • Wednesdays (5:00pm – 6:00pm) ‘splash & Dash’ mini triathlon.  Bring your bike, runners and togs for this short fun triathlon.
  • Saturdays (12noon – 2:00pm)  ‘INFLATABLES’!  Come on down for a whole load of inflatable fun!
  • Weeknights various times – Swim Club – for interest please contact Marty (club president) at kkpattison@xtra.co.nz

COSTS:

  • Children: $2
  • Adults: $3

(This is for both public and special sessions)

OTHER SWIM NEWS:

Marlene will be running her annual swim school for two weeks in January between 12th – 23rd January.  This school features 10 x 30minute lessons for your child aged 4 – 10years old at the Kaikoura Primary School swimming pool and focuses on water confidence, stroke improvement and water safety skills.  Thanks to community initiatives funding, the cost is only $25 for all 10 lessons.  Registration forms for this will soon be available at the Kaikoura Star office.

Please note all children under 8 years old entering the Lions Pool must be actively supervised by a guardian 16years or older at all times.

Safe and happy swimming everyone


The Kaikoura Lions Pool is managed by Sport Tasman on behalf of the Kaikoura District Council.

This facility located along The Esplanade (#191) of Kaikoura offers a six lane 33.3 metre pool as well as a separate Learners Pool. This outdoor heated pool is open from November through the summer months, weather permitting.

Although not located in the CBD it is easy walking distance from the center of the town and is located opposite many motel and accommodation units.

The Kaikoura Lion's Pool was opened in March 1970 by legendary New Zealand athlete Peter Snell.

The Kaikoura Lions Pool is the only pool available to the public and continues to prove popular during a hot summer.

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Motueka School Pool

Motueka School Pool is opening on Monday 22nd December 2014.

Public swimming at the Motueka High School Pool is managed by Sport Tasman on behalf of the Tasman District Council. Located on Whakarewa Street, Motueka.

The 33.3 metre outdoor pool is open daily throughout the summer school holidays between 1pm and 4pm for public swimming. At a cost of only $3 per person it is an ideal place to take a fun dip with the entire family.

 

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