Community clubs & organisations.

Welcome to Greymouth! Our area is renowned for its natural beauty so take some time out to enjoy our many scenic walks and natural attractions and don't forget to take in the Pancake rocks at Punakaiki, one of nature’s natural wonders. The West Coast area is rife with old gold tailings and many other historical sites that are well worth exploring, eg the Brunner coalmine site where 65 miners lost their lives in a mine explosion on the 26th March 1896.

Whether you are a new resident in the Grey District or already living in our beautiful region, the information on the following pages may be of interest to you. This directory is aimed at providing a guide for everybody with contacts to local clubs and organisations in Greymouth and the Grey district. 

Printable Version:

 Clubs & Organisations Directory (1 Mb)

Note: This is in A4 format - for copies of the directory in booklet format, please contact the Council (click here>> to email Sarah Van Looy or call her on (03) 769 8600).

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We try to have this information as accurate as possible but note that we rely on voluntary information and public involvement to produce this directory. 

Please contact Sarah Van Looy at the Grey District Council (click here>> to email Sarah or call her on (03) 769 8600) if:

  • you find an error within the directory; or
  • you would like to add a new club or organisation to this directory; or  
  • there are any changes to contact people or contact details for your club or organisation. 

Note: This information is available to the wide public. If you are providing information on behalf of someone, please check they are happy for their details to be included in the directory.