21 - 23 April 2023
Les Munro Centre, Te Kuiti
22 April - full day
23 April - half day
Earlybird (valid until 28 February) $275.00
Standard (from 1 Feb) $300.00
21 April - Welcome Function
Cost is $35.00 per person
22 April - Themed Dinner
Cost is included in the registration fee
Theme is RURAL NEW ZEALAND
We are holding rooms at various motels around the Waitomo region. You will need to book your own accommodation.
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Please note that accommodation is based on availability at the time of booking. We would recommend you book early to avoid disappointment.
We are thrilled to have confirmed several inspirational speakers.
Tawera Nikau, Lisa Tamati, Cam Calkoen, Jim Bolger, Drew Kessler and Goldie Hamilton confirmed so far.
With more to come!
Tawera is one of New Zealand’s most successful professional athletes. He made his name in the highly competitive world of rugby league. In 2004 he had his right leg amputated due to complications from injuries suffered in a motorbike accident. Tawera's life story is truly inspiring and motivational. He is a living example of someone who refuses to quit no matter how hard he is hit.
Born with cerebral palsy, Cam pushed through his physical limitations and set his own goals which saw him representing New Zealand in athletics.
Rotary International Representative
Rotary Club of North Rockland,
Drew joined Rotary in 2001, at the age of 20. He went on to serve as President of the Rotary Club of North Rockland at age 25 – at that time the youngest president in the club’s than 80-year history. At age 32, he served as District Governor for Rotary District 7210.
Drew is Senior Vice President of the Commercial Real Estate division at M&T Bank, where he manages a large loan portfolio of real estate and commercial ventures with major businesses in the New York City area.
Jim Bolger, ONZ
Jim Bolger, was the Prime Minister of New Zealand from 1990 to 1997 and has had a noteworthy career in politics for over 20 years.
He led the New Zealand National Party for 12 years and achieved the biggest electoral victory in New Zealand history in the election of 1990. He was also the first Prime Minister elected under the MMP electoral system.
Ex professional endurance athlete, author, documentary maker & serial entrepreneur, Lisa Tamati is a speaker with a powerful story and life changing messages to share.
The 2023 Rotary District 9930 Annual Conference will be held at the Les Munro Centre, Te Kuiti from 21 – 23 April 2023. With the objective to support regional, rural New Zealand, Te Kuiti is a central location to get to and the Les Munro Centre is a unique conference and function venue that combines business with the opportunity to support a community that represents manaakitanga and generous hospitality.
The surrounding areas of Te Kuiti will provide our delegates with the opportunity to explore places like Waitomo Caves, Otorohonga and experience new adventures like the Timber Trail.
8 King Street East, Te Kuiti, , 3910