Web Directory > NZ > Regional > Taranaki
Includes New Plymouth, Hawera, Stratford
- Cemeteries / South Taranaki District Council
Online searching of burial records held by South Taranaki District Council.
- Genesis Taranaki
Taranaki Rugby Football Union (TRFU) site includes historical information; news; community and representative games and results; coaching and development and information about tickets.
- Govett-Brewster Art Gallery
The Govett-Brewster Art Gallery opened in February 1970 and was established as a contemporary art museum. The site profiles the collection, the exhibitions, the events calendar and the services available.
- Gtaranaki : New Zealand International Guitar Festival
International guitar music festival to be held in Taranaki. Website features ticketing information, details about the festival, including who's playing and when, and information about guitar seminars, workshops and masterclasses.
Information about the Stratford and District Centennial Library. Online catalogue available.
- New Plymouth District Council : information about New Plymouth District Council and the vibrant district of New Plymouth, New Zealand
Information about the council and the services it offers, council documents available to download. Includes information about living in New Plymouth and has a section for visitors to the area.
- New Plymouth Orchestra
Current annual program; members; audio and video files of some past performances; archives of newsletters and online ticketing.
- Pacific International Hotel Management School
In addition to the courses taught, the campus works as a hotel, giving students practical daily experiences in all aspects of hotel operations.
History of the Taranaki settlement Parihaka and the passive resistance movement. Includes information on the annual Parihaka International Peace Festival.
- Port Taranaki : the west gate
Port Taranaki is owned and operated by Westgate Transport Ltd. The web site includes information about port services and facilities, shipping, marine operations and port operations.
- Primary Sport Wellington
Information on events, draws and results of different primary sporting activities held in Wellington. Includes calendar for zone activities.
- Puke Ariki : Libraries
At Puke Ariki in New Plymouth, Taranaki. Online catalogue; general information about services and district library information.
- Puke Ariki
Museum, library and visitor information centre for Taranaki. Features some museum exhibits; stories about Taranaki history; tourist information and library information including online catalogue. In English with some Māori.
- Pukeiti Rhododendron Trust Inc.
Pukeiti is a 320 hectare rainforest property adjacent to Egmont National Park, south of New Plymouth, which specialises in growing rhododendrons. It offers wedding and conference facilities, with the gardens & a cafe open to the public (opening hours given, plus seasonal flowering guide). Provides links to a selection of other garden websites.
- South Taranaki : alive with opportunity
In addition to information about the Council and its services, the web site provides information about visiting, living and working in the district.
- South Taranaki District Council Library plus pages
Links to each of the seven libraries in the district. The libraries are: Hawera, Eltham, Kaponga, Manaia, Opunake, Patea and Waverley. Online access is available to library catalogues, rates records and cemetery records.
- Sport Taranaki
Sport Taranaki is a regional sports trust which aims to involve as many people as possible in activities and sports. Site gives details of local sports events, teams, coaches and also hosts links to individual sports bodies in the local area and across New Zealand.
- Stratford District Council : in the heart of Taranaki
Information about the council the services it provides. Includes maps of the area and online publications.
- Taranaki : real people, special place
The official Taranaki tourism site provides a description and history of Taranaki and its people combined with a guide for visitors, describing places of interest. Also has links to places of accommodation, dining and nightlife, transport, tours, attractions and activities.
- Taranaki Arts Community Trust
TACT site has details of local artists, musicians, music and dance teachers, galleries, classes, resources; performance venues and a calendar of events.
- Taranaki Aviation Transport and Technology Museum Inc : we rebuild the past for the future
Contains information about TATAM, including a photo gallery of images from the collection.
- Taranaki daily news
Website of the Taranaki Daily News. The site provides access to selected articles from the current day's issue, links to affiliated Stuff.co.nz websites, and information on subscribing to the print and digital edition.
- Taranaki District Health Board
A Crown entity responsible for the provision and funding of health and disability services in the region. It is one of 21 district health boards established nationally on January 1, 2001.The board governs all Taranaki public hospitals, community services, including district nursing, health education and public health. Hospitals provide a range of acute health, emergency services, mental health, assessment, treatment and rehabilitation services and community and outpatient health services to a regional population of about 106,000 people. The site includes information about services, recent events, and news, and lists directors, staff, and vacancies, reports and magazines. Also featured are names of babies recently born (with photos), and links for children.
- Taranaki Festival of the Arts
Provides information on the upcoming Festival, including programme, ticketing and performance details. Information on the previous Festival is also available.
- Taranaki Iwi Trust
Information about the work of the Mandated Iwi Organisation for Taranaki Iwi. Includes details about local marae and pā, photographs of events, news and annual reports.
- Taranaki Regional Council
The site includes information on emergency management and resource consents and how to apply for them. There are online publications.
Introduces the environment of the Taranaki Region and provides information on some of the common and important plants found in the Region. Site developed by the Taranaki Regional Council with a bequest from the former mayor of Stratford, Mr Percy Thomson.
- Te Ātiawa Taranaki
Website of Te Āti Awa tribe of Taranaki. Include news, events, information on claims, negotiations, information on hapu, Te Atiawa Iwi Authority and Te Atiawa (Taranaki) Settlement Trust.
- Te Kaahui o Rauru : [Web site]
Website of the Ngaa Rauru Kiitahi people from the Whanganui area. Site includes history, staff and offices, settlement information, and marae contacts.
- Tripppin : the website created for Taranaki youth
Website for Taranaki youth. Contains information about: teenage issues and problems, self-help for young people, and Taranaki agencies that can help.
- TSB Community Trust
Supports charitable, cultural, philanthropic, recreational and other projects beneficial to the community, principally in Taranaki. Site has information on grants and how to apply, the resources and news.
- Tui Ora
An integrated health service organisation committed to enhancing health and wellbeing in the Taranaki region. A joint venture between the Taranaki Iwi Health Forum - Te Whare Punanga Kōrero Trust and the former Midland Regional Health Authority.
- Venture Taranaki
A trust providing information to support business in Taranaki. The website providesTaranaki information, industry information, and business information, including a database of more than 20 sources of finance. Some corporate reports are also available.
- Virtual TART : Art from Taranaki New Zealand
Virtual TART is a cooperative artists website. It is a permanent showcase for the work of artists from Taranaki as well as a new exhibition each month. The site has Taranaki art news and links to artists, art galleries, art supplies and resources.
- WITT : Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki = Te Kura Matatini o Taranaki
WITT offers a wide range of vocational, trade, commercial, professional and university degree courses as well as industry based training and hobby and recreation classes.
- WITT Library : Te Whare Matauranga
Information about the Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki Library, including the online catalogue, and downloadable subject guides.