About Sport Wellington

Sport Wellington is the independent body for sport and recreation and is committed to everyone in the greater Wellington region having a life-long involvement in sport and active recreation.  Sport Wellington is a Regional Sports Trust (RST) established in 1990 with charitable status under the Charities Act.

The RST operates within a wide geographical area, spanning the region between Otaki in the west across to Masterton in the east and Wellington City in the south.  The region encompasses eight territorial authority areas (matching the Wellington Regional Council area) with a population of 487,700.

Sport Wellington is governed by a Board of Trustees and managed by a CEO and General Manager, with 29 (made up of full and part-time) employees.

Sport Wellington’s main funding partners are Sport NZ, New Zealand Community Trust, Eastern and Central Community Trust, Ministry of Health, and Wellington Community Trust.  We also partner with other like-minded organisations such as territorial authorities, trusts and corporate sponsors.

2014 - 2020 Strategic Plan

Strategic Plan Summary click on the video below to get an introduction to our Get Involved Strategy

Latest Annual Report

2013/2014 Annual Report

Latest Audited Financial Statement

2013/2014 Audited Financial Statement 

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Our friends at Tennis Central have some exciting events coming up including the 2015 Minter Ellison Rudd Watts Wellington Open, 13 - 15 March at the Renouf Tennis Centre. Check out their website details on this and their other upcoming events!

RT @dompost_sport: Live blog: McEvedy Shield 2015 http://t.co/oALaC2roiy

Nominations are now open for the 2015 Hutt City Sports Awards! The fifth celebration of Hutt City Sporting Talent will be on Thursday 14 May. There are 9 different categories of the Hutt City Sports Awards, plus an overall winner. A minimum of one "Legend" is also announced on the night. Nominations can be made online and will remain open until Wednesday 18 March at 12.00pm. Visit http://www.huttcitysportsawards.com/ for more info or to submit your nomination now.

RT @Wgtnroundthebay: Great video from Sundays #CignaRTB, see if you can spot someone you know! - https://t.co/bAmqKTlJbu

Tania Karauria is delivering 2 coaching workshops in Wellington on the 15 March – To register please email: coachdevelopment@netballcentral.co.nz Check out Netball Central Zone's Facebook page here - https://www.facebook.com/pages/Netball-Central-Zone/135043246706787?fref=nf

Did you take part in Sundays Cigna Round the Bays? Check out this great video from the day!

Sport Wellington wishes everyone taking part in tomorrows Cigna Round the Bays the very best of luck and congratulations! Remember, it's not your finishing time that matters, but the fact that you are out their getting active and taking part. Hope you all have a fantastic day, see you there!

Sport Wellington wishes everyone taking part in tomorrows #CignaRTB the very best of luck and congratulations!

Join the celebration as we officially open the new Rivendell archway replica from The Lord of the Rings trilogy in Kaitoke Regional Park. This family friendly and fully accessible event will include: Guided walk with interactive Lord of the Rings characters Themed displays Prizes for best dressed Morning tea

Registrations for Cigna Round the Bays close at Midnight tonight! Last chance to claim your spot at Wellington’s biggest fun run that only comes around once a year. Enter online now at cignaroundthebays.co.nz!

Huge congrats to @MaryFisherNZ on being named Disabled Sportsperson of the Year at the 52nd annual #HalbergAwards!

RT @DomPost: College Sport is back. Check out the success of Wellington's rising stars. @SportWgtn http://t.co/LVih2udSOV

Congratulations to Mary Fisher on being named Disabled Sportsperson of the Year at last nights Halberg Awards! Mary had a successful 2014, which saw her claim 17 gold medals. Six of those medals came at the Pan-Pacific Championships in Pasadena and Fisher ended 2014 ranked 1st in six long-course events and five short-course events. Mary also took out the title of Disabled Sportsperson of the Year at our own Wellington Sportsperson of the Year Awards in June 2014. View Mary's acceptance here: http://www.3news.co.nz/sport/video-mary-fisher-named-disabled-sportsperson-of-the-year-at-halberg-awards-2015021121#ixzz3RSyYj2zD

We hope everyone has a fun and safe 'Go by Bike Day' today! We encourage all road users to see that a wide range of people ride bikes, and to share the road safely and considerately. See the person - share the road. Great to see Sport Wellingtons own Dayle Clarkson supporting the cause :)

RT @Wgtnroundthebay: With over 13,000 already registered, we are down to our last 1000 entries! Enter today - http://t.co/LG3Jl3oNli http:/…

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