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The Aquatic Centre is a Council owned and operated swimming facility that offers a range of swim lessons and fitness programmes.
Information on the cemeteries we manage in Waitaki District, including burial procedures, burial applications, cemetery search and maps.
The Forrester Gallery offers a varied and exciting exhibition programme and houses a growing collection of artworks significant to the region.
Waitaki Libraries is the place to relax, enjoy, think and take your mind on a journey, We have a free book lending collection, a small number of rental collections as well as digital offerings.
Waitaki District Council, information on using the Oamaru Airport, landing fees and drone permits.
The Waitaki District Council's Oamaru Harbour is a historic place, providing basic infrastructure for the local fishing industry and recreational users.
The Oamaru Opera House is an intimate & thoroughly unique venue, community owned, it brings you the latest in entertainment from around the globe.
Discover Waitaki's local parks, campgrounds, sports fields, recreational facilities, walking and cycling tracks and playgrounds.
Waitaki Council provides and maintains public toilets, which are located throughout the district next to beaches, parks, walks and other visitor attractions.
The Waitaki Archive collects and protects valuable documentary material, historic data and records of the Waitaki District.
Follow the development of the Waitaki Event Centre - from the fundraising, through the construction, to a facility that functions for all of our Waitaki community.
The Waitaki Museum & Archive/ Te Whare Taoka o Waitaki tells the stories of the natural and cultural history of the district. It is home to collections of taoka (treasures) dating back to the earliest days of Māori settlement.