- Bush Telegraph
The Bush Telegraph is a quarterly rural publication that started in the early 1970s at Waitaria Bay School as the Kenepuru Chronicle. Over the years, it has con
- Havelock Bowling Club
Havelock Bowling Club Havelock Marlborough NZ became an incorporated society established in 1936 under the Marlborough Bowling Centre Ass
- Havelock Community Association
Havelock Community Association represents the local people of the Pelorus area and provides a collective voice for the community in order to promote and advance, generally, the interests and welfare of Havelock and its environs.
- Havelock Community Library
This shared resource has for many years operated under the direction of the Library Committee with generous support from the Marlborough Libraries.
- Havelock Community Response Plan
Marlborough Emergency encourages everyone to be prepared for a large earthquake, or any other natural disaster, to the extent that they can be.
- Havelock Community Theatre
The Havelock Theatre Company was founded by actor/playwright Don Edwards in January 1999 in Havelock, Marlborough, New Zealand. In 2010 and again in 2013 the Company won the Trust Power Marlborough Community Awards for Arts and Culture.
- Havelock Lions Club
Havelock Lions was granted its charter in 1966. Today there are 32 active members who meet once a month, on the 3rd Tuesday, at the Havelock Hotel Dining Room.
- Havelock Museum Society
The Havelock Museum in Marlborough at the entrance to the Pelorus Sound was established in 1973. Its formation was encouraged by Norman Brayshaw, who with the Lions Club of Havelock, arranged for the use of the disused Methodist Church of St. John t
- Havelock School
Nga mihinui kia koutou katoa. Greetings to you all. The students, fellow parents, trustees and staff hope your association with Havelock School will be a rewarding and pleasant experience. The coming years will provide many interesting opportunities f
- Havelock Vision
The purpose of Havelock Vision is to benefit the community and environs by creating a vision for the future development of amenities for the Havelock community
- Matai Bay Hut
Matai Bay Hut Tennyson Inlet Pelorus Sound Marlborough. The hut is located in Matai Bay, Tennyson Inlet, Pelorus Sound and is accessible by boat only, the near
- Menzshed Havelock Marlborough
We're at Shed 67 in the Havelock Marina and meet from 9 am every Wednesday morning. There are community and personal projects on the go. You'll be very welcome
- Pelorus Boating Club Inc
Pelorus Boating Club, based in Havelock, Marlborough, was formed in 1969 with its aims to encourage, advance and develop interest in pleasure boating, yachting, cruising and recreational fishing. The Executive are actively involved in representing
- Pelorus Garden Club
Pelorus Garden Club had its origins as the Rai Valley Garden Club which went into recess in the 1950’s, re-emerging around 1974. As membership increased so did the area covered by its members thus leading to its re-naming as the Pelorus Garden Club
- Pelorus People
Pelorus People website is a community based not-for-profit organisation website, as such there is no commercial advertising, just lots of information about community groups and things to do in the Pelorus area.
- Penzance/Tuna Bay Property Owners Association
Penzance/Tuna Bay Property Owner Association, Tennyson Inlet, Pelorus Sound, Marlborough. NZ. North of Rai Valley. Located north of Rai Valley 1 hour and 15 minutes away from Nelson.
- St John
St John - Serving the Havelock Community St John has a proud history of community service in Marlborough, including Havelock. Volunteering For St John - Givin
- Tennyson Inlet Boat Club
The Tennyson Inlet Boat Club was formed in 1958 and now boasts nearly 200 members plus their families. The Club owns and maintains launching ramps, swimming platforms and jetties in Duncan Bay and Penzance Bay. The Tennyson Inlet Boat Club in the
- Tennyson Inlet Islands Trust
To return the DOC Scenic Reserve Islands of Tarakaipa, Tawhitinui and Awaiti ("the Tennyson Inlet Islands") to a predator and pest free status so that they can again become sanctuaries for the vulnerable native biota of the Marlborough Sounds. (Biota is