A Whanganui Welcome

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Our vision is that all newcomers to Whanganui feel welcome and have a sense of belonging, enabling them to thrive in and contribute to the Whanganui community.

Below are some helpful links for newcomers to Whanganui:


Health Healthcare

Whanganui District Health Board
CAB Health and Well-being Advice
ManageMe


Education

Education Options

Education Counts - Ministry of Education
CAB Education Advice
Whanganui Learning Centre
Whanganui & Partners Education


Tourist activities

I-site - Visit Whanganui  


Business information

Whanganui and Partners Business
Whanganui Chamber of Commerce
CAB Business Advice


Community groups

Joining a community group

Community House
Sport Whanganui
Whanganui Community Education


English

Improving your English

English Language Partners
Language College Whanganui


Employment rights

Employment and legal rights

Employment New Zealand
Minimum employment rights and responsibilities
Community Law


Globe

Immigration New Zealand

Immigration New Zealand website
New Zealand Now


Books

Information in your language

InfoNOW in your language 

 


Buses    Public transport

    Whanganui Urban Bus Timetable
    Horizons Regional Council Bus Services

 


Whanganui Welcoming Communities Plan

The Whanganui Welcoming Communities Plan(PDF, 10MB) addresses the need to enhance newcomer experiences through improving access to information, promoting activities and services and celebrating cultural diversity and inclusion. 


Welcome to Whanganui 2019 Booklet

Whanganui District Council, in collaboration with the Whanganui Chronicle, has produced a booklet for newcomers and residents. Welcome to Whanganui 2019(PDF, 19MB) contains information about Council services such as rubbish and recycling and other services you may need.


If you have any questions about living in Whanganui, please contact Katy Newton, Community Development Advisor - Newcomers by email or call (06) 3490001.