Tararua Tramping Club clubrooms
|4 Moncrieff Street|
|off Elizabeth Street, Mt Victoria, Wellington|
You will also find us here for social activities, and other meetings and events.
The hall is available for hire, both to other tramping clubs, and to community and commercial groups. Please see the hall hire information for details about the venue. To make a booking please use the clubrooms booking inquiry form or contact Owen Watson -> mailto:ttc [period] clubrooms [snail] ttc [period] org [period] nz?Subject=Query from TTC website on 027 429 6695, or Alan Knowles on 0274 593 999.
The nearest bus stops are for:
- routes 1, 3, 23 and 43: Kent Terrace Southbound; Cambridge Terrace Northbound
- routes 2 and 5: Elizabeth St Eastbound; Elizabeth St Westbound;
- and all Courtenay Place buses are just a short walk away.
Next club night topic:
17 May Exploring Fiordland National Park (Clubrooms and Online meeting) Exploring Fiordland National Park For Alby Frampton, Fiordland National Park is an untracked, wild place with opportunities to explore where no one has gone before.
Alby has written a book about some of his trips and he will bring along copies to sell. Although they normally retail at $40.00, he is willing to sell them to us for $30.00.
07 February The Kanchenjunga Circuit - Jonty Crane
Jonty trekked around the Nepalese side of the world’s third highest mountain. The trek began where bananas were growing; a week later the overnight temperature was -10C inside the tent at nearly 5,000 m above sea level.
14 February A week in the Canadian Arctic - Barbara Camfield & David Holland
During a lodge stay at Lake Ennadai west of Hudson's Bay, Barbara painted, David fished and together they observed migrating caribou, inquisitive bears, and the fall colours of the Arctic tundra.
21 February Canyoning in the Tararua Range - Justin Hall
Exciting adventures await those who dare to walk, climb, slide, jump, plunge and abseil down Tararua canyons such as Chamberlain Creek and Isabelle Creek.
28 February Researching kauri dieback disease - Dr Monica Gerth
There is no known cure for kauri dieback disease, but research is being carried out on the microscopic pathogen Phytophthora agathidicidmicrobe that causes it and how to control it. Dr Monica Gerth is a molecular microbiologist at Victoria University.
Our hall, library, and committee room can be booked. Please fill in the clubrooms booking inquiry form.