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 hired out, both to other tramping clubs, and to community and commercial groups. The hall floor is 9.2m wide and 12.6m long and there are individual cloth covered seats for 145. To make a booking please use the clubrooms booking inquiry form or contact Brent Harrison -> mailto:ttc [period] clubrooms [snail] ttc [period] org [period] nz?Subject=Query from TTC website on (04) 479 3306 .
The nearest bus stops are for:
- routes 1, 3, 23 & 43 Kent Terrace Southbound & Cambridge Terrace Northbound;
- routes 2 & 5 Elizabeth St Eastbound & Elizabeth St Westbound;
- and all Courtenay Place buses are just a short walk away.
Next club night topic:
Weeds are everywhere in Wellington, threatening the cityís native biodiversity across public parks, reserves, and green spaces. Illona Keenan outlines the Councilís approach to weed-busting, focusing on sites of high conservation value in native plant restoration areas and forest, scrub and coastal sand dune habitats.
John Ashby, senior search and rescue officer at Maritime New Zealand's Rescue Coordination Centre New Zealand (RCCNZ) explains what happens when a distress beacon is activated, and shares some stories of dramatic land rescues in the Tararua Range and elsewhere.
RCCNZ also coordinates major maritime and aviation search and rescue missions across New Zealandís huge 30,000 square km search and rescue region, which extends from the mid-Tasman Sea to halfway to Chile, and from the South Pole almost to the Equator.
Tricia French crossed four passes and a saddle in Arthurís Pass National Park and did a challenging tramp in Kahurangi National Park.
Jenny and Gavin Watson loved their experiences of Iranís culture, religions, and daily way of life during their travels in one of the worldís oldest civilisations. Hear them talk about the morality police, the Zoroastrian towers of silence, the fabulous Azadi Tower and much more.
Aileen Logie provided essential dental services to the small community living in the remotest inhabited archipelago in the world.
Peter Smith and Trish Gardiner-Smith joined a group of twenty from the Hutt Valley Tramping Club for a six-day trip to Chatham Island and Pitt Island, led by geologist Hamish Campbell.
Our hall, library, and committee room can be booked. Please fill on the clubrooms booking inquiry form.