Aikido Kapiti was established by Blair Hall in 2005. The type of Aikido practiced is sometimes called 'Iwama' style. The name comes from the town where the founder, Morehei Ueshiba (O Sensei) of Aikido established his dojo.
Dirt School is the place for young up and coming Mountain Bikers. Checkout the links (click on logo) for club photos and more information.
Hoop Club Kapiti - A fun club for Boys and Girls of all skill levels, age 5 to 17 years. Held on Sunday mornings at Paraparaumu College, Mazengarb Road, Paraparaumu.
The Horowhenua Kapiti Rugby Union is based north west of Wellington and sits within the Hurricanes Super Franchise region. The HKRFU Senior Representative Team plays in New Zealands Heartland Competition.
KBA is a volunteer organisation run by basketball enthusiasts up and down the Kapiti Coast. We encourage community involvement and parent support as it is the strength of the organisation.
The Kapiti Coast Rugby League Club welcomes you. We are a Rugby League club with a proud and successful history. We are a family based club that is passionate about rugby league on the Kapiti Coast and we present the Kapiti community the opportunity to develop a desire to be great rugby league players of the future.
KC/DC was established in July 2013 by a small group of like-minded women who just love to skate. Roller Derby is a highly addictive, super fun sport that we can guarantee you will enjoy whether you are interested in rough ‘n’ tumble or just skating!
Welcome to Kapiti Coast Hockey Club we are based on the Kapiti coast and have club members who travel here to play from out of the district. Our home turf is called the Coastlands Kapiti Sports turf, 10 Scaife Drive, Paraparaumu.
Kapiti Coast United (KCU) Football Club is based out of Weka Park in Raumati. The club caters for Junior and Senior footballers wanting to play serious or social football.
We strive to achieve a balance of racing and casual rides giving options to everyone from the beginner who is just wanting to get fit through to elite racers.
The Centre is operated by The Kapiti Vaulting Club Inc. and offers professional, quality horse riding instruction in a wide range of equestrian disciplines, including beginners through to advanced horse riders, lunging instruction, vaulting, horse riding for therapy and special needs, special courses designed for disabled horse riders, quadrille horse riding, children's holiday programmes and birthday parties.
Kapiti Golf Club is a 9 Hole course, with 2 tee offs to give you a Front 9 or Back 9 option or 18 holes. We're located just east of Paraparaumu township and offer a short challenging course ideal for beginners through to the more experienced golfer.
Formerly the Kapiti Harrier & Multisport Club - The Kapiti Running and Tri Club is for those interested in Running, Duathlons and Triathlons.
Originally founded in 1971 by Paraparaumu residents Des Sharp, Sergeant Jim Weekes and Ralph Chicktong, the Kapiti Judo Club has had a long association with the Kapiti Region.
At the Kapiti Karate Academy you can have fun while getting in shape and learning age old traditional Martial Arts that have been adapted for modern day application.
How many people imagine Petanque being a game for the older population? This could not be further from the truth. It is a great, all ages sport.
The Kapiti Softball Club (Inc) was founded in 1976, it was known at the time as the Gold Coast Softball Club and were affiliated to the Horowhenua Softball Association
Come and visit the Otaki Golf Club, situated only a few minutes from the main State Highway 1 (turn left at the BP roundabout and then right at the Telegraph Hotel).
Surf lifesaving represents the pinnacle of community service and athletic endeavour. For more than 60 years, Otaki Surf Lifesaving Club has provided service to the residents of, and visitors to, Otaki.
Paekakariki is on the West Coast of the North Island of New Zealand, about a 40 minute drive from Central Wellington. We patrol Paekakariki Beach from November through March; conducting patrols on both Saturdays and Sundays.
Paekakariki Tennis Club's main objective is to make learning and playing tennis accessible to all. Our low cost household membership fee allows you to take part in club days/nights, free entry in club tournaments, free beginner level coaching for 8 - 18 year old's, access to professional coaching and interclub.
The club plays on Monday afternoons from 12.45pm to 4pm in the Memorial Hall, Cnr Tutanekai Street & Aorangi Road, Paraparaumu from May to September each year.
Paraparaumu Rugby Club plays in the Horowhenua Kapiti Rugby Union. The clubrooms are based from Paraparaumu Domain in Aorangi Road.
The Parawai Tramping Club is an established tramping club which aims to meet the needs of people from the Kapiti Coast and further afield, who are interested in tramping.
Wing Chun is an extremely effective martial art, made even more popular by the Ip Man movies. The Wing Chun System, known for its incredible speed, powerful straight punches & Chi Sao (contact reflex training), relies on angling & body mechanics rather than brute force.
Raumati Raptors Swimming Club is based at the Coastland's Aquatic centre in Paraparaumu, and has around 200 members.
SPECIAL OLYMPICS kapiti OFFERS A YEAR ROUND PROGRAMME OF SPORTS TRAINING AND COMPETITION FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS WITH AN INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY.
The Coastal Crew NZ are a bunch of cycling enthusiast who enjoy mountain biking, local jungle rides, racing and doing epic stuff.
The Otaihanga Boating Club (OBC) is run by a dedicated group of locals from the Kapiti Coast. The Club is situated beside the Waikanae River and is a focal point for community groups and clubs. The clubrooms underwent an extensive restoration after the the 2005 flood, and are now the perfect backdrop for community groups and family celebrations.
The Waikanae Boating Club caters for both young and old. We are based at Waikanae Beach at 97 Tutere Street or you can walk across to the clubrooms via the Waimea road entrance.
If there is a better way of spending a warm, sunny, summer afternoon in Waikanae than a walk through Waikanae Park it must be walking with a croquet mallet in your hand and a set of balls at your feet. Waikanae Croquet Club, in Park Avenue, is blessed with what must be one of the most picturesque venues in New Zealand and without doubt the best lawns.
Waikanae Football club has one of the biggest junior football clubs in the region. The Waikanae Senior Football Club has a range of teams for all keen footballers, from Captial 3 to Social teams.
Waikanae Gymnastic Club was established in 1984 with the intention to develop the potential of aspiring gymnasts from preschool level through to adult.
Waikanae Netball Club provides both social and serious netball opportunities to interested players.
The Waikanae Surf Club was established in the summer of 2005/2006. Four beach loving families the Cuttings, Zwarts, Shaws and Lygos met simply to have family fun on Waikanae Beach.