Our much anticipated book Leading the way – 100 years of the Tararua Tramping Club, by Shaun Barnett & Chris Maclean has arrived!
There is one complimentary copy available per paid membership (see "Member's Copy" below).
Book Purchases (plus postage if required)
If you are not a TTC member or you wish to purchase additional copies
The cost for a book is $50 plus delivery.
- Nil if picked up from the club's Wellington clubrooms on a Tuesday evening.
- $9 per copy for postage within NZ to an urban address.
- $13 per copy for postage to a rual delivery address.
- Please contact us for Overseas postage.
After submitting your book order please make payment for your book/s, including applicable delivery charges. The club offers two methods for payment. Unfortunatley we cannot accept payments by Credit Card.
POLi allows you to pay straight from your bank account. To pay using Poli you must be registered for Internet banking with a New Zealand bank. POLi is safe and secure and lets you use your Internet Banking to make the payment without having to enter our account details.
Using Internet banking
If you prefer to make payment via your own bank's Internet banking website please use the following:
- TTC's account is 02-0500-0022732-00
- Please put Book100 and your name in the payment reference details.
One copy of the book is provided free to every financial member (membership definition is the same as for the Tararua Annual distribution) as of 31 May 2019. Members can collect their complimentary copy of the book from the clubrooms 7-7.30pm on Tuesday club nights. Members are welcome to pick up copies for other members if requested.
For club members who require their copy of the book to be posted within NZ the cost of packaging and postage is the applicable delivery charge listed above. Payment for postage should be made via Internet banking or POli (see "Payment" above).
Please contact Carol Kelly 972 5895 if you would like the postal option but cannot access the website.
Writing our History
The Centenary history book is the centre piece of the celebration. It is a fine history of our club and one to cherish for many years.
The club covered the cost of the book with the Michael Taylor Bequest making a generous gift of $50,000. Donations are still welcome to help the club pay for the book or a contribution to the broader centennial event.