Community services, not-for-profits, individuals, member organisations and more.

Kainga Aroha Community House

A non-judgmental service providing families and individuals with support and information. Services include whānau / family support, family violence support, counselling and budgeting support.


Commsafe manages safer communities by Neighbourhood Support, Community Patrols and monitoring CCTV in your community.


Connexu is a disability support service including for intellectual, physical, cognitive and sensory disabilities, as well as for traumatic brain injuries.

105 Sloane Street, Te Awamutu
07 871-8847

Go Waipa

Go Waipa - Home of Opportunities! To provide high quality facilities and enable participation in sports, recreation and leisure activities across the district.

07 871 2080

St John Ambulance Area Committee

St John serves communities throughout New Zealand by delivering an extensive range of essential health-related services and products. We’re a charitable organisation that operates independently of government and business.

Taranaki-King Country Electorate - Barbara Kuriger

Barbara Kuriger is Taranaki-King Country’s MP, as well as National’s spokesperson on Agriculture, Biosecurity, and Food Safety.

Te Awamutu Courier

The Te Awamutu Courier is a free weekly community newspaper. 

97 Sloane St,Te Awamutu
07 871 5150

Te Awamutu RSA

Your local, community club welcomes all members, their guests and visitors from affiliated clubs. New members are always welcome and membership is open to anyone aged 18 and over.

381 Alexandra St, Te Awamutu
07 871 3707

Te Awamutu Volunteer Fire Brigade

As well as firefighting, The New Zealand Fire Brigade's volunteers attend medical incidents, motor vehicle accidents, severe weather events and other requests for help, install and check smoke alarms and help to improve fire safety in our communities.

Zion People

We are a modern, pentecostal church family who love to do life together, who love to worship God, and who welcome others.

1310 Racecourse Road, Te Awamutu
07 871 3888

Violence Free Waipa

Violence Free Waipa is a network made up of community agencies which are committed to ending Family Violence in Cambridge and Te Awamutu, New Zealand.

Waipa District Council

The Waipa District Council head quarters are in Te Awamutu, and the council is responsible for administering the Waipa District.

101 Bank Street, Te Awamutu
0800 WAIPADC (0800 924 723) OR 07 872 0030

Waipa Networks

Waipa Networks is your local electricity network provider for Te Awamutu, Cambridge and surrounding areas.

240 Harrison Drive, Te Awamutu
07 872 0745
07 827 4014

TA Youth Development Trust

Boxing is the perfect sport to teach resilience & discipline in a supportive team environment.

While each of our rangatahi have had different experiences in life we come together with shared values and these help us grow in our understanding and respect of each other. These values support our vision to "develop connected, confident rangatahi who are empowered to positively impact those around them".

20 Rickit Rd, Te Awamutu
07 870-2028

Te Waka

Business-led and governed organisation established to drive economic growth in the Waikato.

Te Waka is all about helping the Waikato reach its full potential.

We work in partnership with existing economic development, iwi, business, government and community organisations to get things done and to unearth opportunities that will lead to jobs, prosperity and sustainable economic growth for everybody, thereby improving well-being for all communities.

Good Local Media

The Cambridge News and Te Awamutu News are your homegrown, local independent community newspapers, celebrating the many positive aspects of our towns and the people living here. The Cambridge News and Te Awamutu News are independently owned and proudly published by Good Local Media Ltd.

55 Victoria Street, Cambridge
07 827 0005

Te Awamutu AFC

The Te Awamutu Association Football Club was established in 1913 - a long standing club in our community!

They are family orientated with many older members now watching their children play.

Their aim is to continue to grow and most importantly keeping people active!

Enrich Group

Enrich Group is a family of organisations with common and complementary services that support people with disabilities and those living with autism and neurodiversities.

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