Community Activities

Mairangi Bay Surf Life Saving Club

Mairangi Bay then became the only Surf Club left on the ‘Shore’ and in fact the only club in the Auckland City area.  Mairangi Bay’s Junior Surf program is one of the most successful in the country, leading the way for members to participate in Junior Surf sports, and also providing key skills for water safety, rescue techniques and basic first aid.

Mairangi Bay Surf Life Saving Club (Inc)
Sidmouth Street, Mairangi Bay 0630, North Shore City
P O Box 65 097 Mairangi Bay, Auckland 0745
(09) 479 4717 – Patrol Tower (patrol hours only)
[email protected]



Mairangi Bay Tennis Club

Mairangi Bay Tennis Club is a friendly, successful club located in Mairangi Bay on Auckland’s North Shore. The club  received the “Top Club for 2013-2014” award by Tennis New Zealand as well as receiving the Top Club award from Tennis Northern several weeks prior.

For more information, phone the Club Manager Sheila George on 479 4329 or leave a message if she is not there and she will return your call as soon a possible. Alternatively, email [email protected].

Office hours
Monday 1pm – 6.30pm
Wednesday  9am – 2.30pm
Saturday 9.00 – 12 noon


Mairangi Bay Art Centre

Mairangi Arts Centre (MAC) is a vibrant, community-based visual arts education facility and exhibition venue. Today MAC is one of Auckland’s largest community art centres employing over 25 tutors and servicing a diverse and growing membership from across the North Shore community. The centre offers a wide range of art classes for adults, young adults and children. The annual art class programme is divided into four 9 week terms which approximately coincide with the local school terms. Classes are structured so that new students may join at the beginning of any term during the year.


AUT Millennium Swimming School

The Millennium Institute of Sport & Health (AUT Millennium) provides world-class facilities for the nation’s best athletes and local athletes alike, and highly valued community sport and exercise programmes.

AUT Millennium
17 Antares Place
Mairangi Bay
(09) 477 2000

[email protected]
[email protected]


North Shore Swimming Club

The North Shore Swimming Club is a club with a strong tradition of developing international swimmers and Olympians. Every year since 2000 the greatest percentage of New Zealand representatives comes from the mighty North Shore team setting the club firmly at the forefront of New Zealand swimming. It is fitting that North Shore Swimming now operates out of the Millennium Institute of Sport and Health, in Mairangi Bay, Auckland.

In conjunction with the Millennium Institute Swim School, North Shore Swimming has a pathway from ‘Learn to Swim’ right through to ‘International World Class Athlete’.

North Shore is all about being a competitive swimmer and enjoying it!

Swimmers who can reach the Transition level and then NSS can do a free assessment.  From the assessment it will determine if he/she is ready for the swimming club and which squad he/she would fit in to.


Mid-Bays Music Centre

Mid-Bays Music School is Murrays Bay Intermediate School out of hours music tuition programme for the contributing schools in the mid-bays school cluster (and surrounding schools).

Age 6 and above: Keyboard, Recorder, Ukelele
Age 8 and above: Violin
Ages 9 – 12: Cello, Clarinet, Drums, Flute, Guitar, Oboe, Alto, Baritone and Soprano Saxophone, Singing/Vocal training, Trombone, Trumpet

Telephone enquiries:         0273 757 353
Postal address:                  Mid-Bays Music School
c/o Murrays Bay Intermediate School, Sunrise Avenue, Auckland


Mairangi Bay Scouts

Every year we help 16,000 young people in New Zealand enjoy new adventures; to experience the outdoors; interact with others, gain confidence and have the opportunity to reach their full potential. There are four key cornerstones in the SCOUTS Movement, which are all realised through an outdoor experience including; outdoors, community, personal development and new experiences.  There is no other organisation quite like SCOUTS in New Zealand.

Mairangi Scout Den, 20 Hastings Road, Mairangi Bay, Auckland

Meeting Dates: 
Keas: Monday 17:45 – 18:45
Cubs: Monday 19:00 – 20:30
Scouts: Thursday 19:00 – 21:00


North Harbour (Active) Badminton Club

Badminton North Harbour is New Zealand’s premier badminton association.

Badminton North Harbour Centre
47 Bond Crescent
Forrest Hill 0620

Active Badminton Centre
46 Apollo Drive
Mairangi Bay 0632

JUNIOR BADMINTON: School Holiday Programme, Smash Club, In-School Badminton Sessions, Beginner Badminton


Forrest Hill Milford United AFC – Soccer Club

The Club has been providing junior and youth football development in a structured environment since 2006 when the Club introduced the Pro-Coaching programme for elite players. In the past few year the Club has increased its numbers across the Junior section (boys and girls) and is now one of Auckland’s larger Clubs. Junior Contacts

​Jeff Knight
021 719676

Club Administration & Club Welfare Officer
Sue Crombie
021 627 254
[email protected]
[email protected]

Becroft Park,
Becroft Drive
Forrest Hill, North Shore


Murrays Bay Sailing Club

Murrays Bay has a proud history and enviable track record of producing performance sailors. This tradition is continuing. The clubs history is rich with names of sailors recognized through national championships; Americas cup sailors and Olympic representatives. It is hard to quantify exactly why so many of our sailors do well.

Age 8 years and older

Watch out for these LTS courses each year:

Holiday program: 
3 day courses in the January, April and October holidays.

Full LTS Course: 
9 week course twice a week Term 1 & 4. Sunday 9:00-12:00 and Wednesday 4:00-7:00

Saturday Only Course:
9 week course once a week (Saturday). For sailors who cannot make it to training on a school day. 9:00am-3:00pm

Enrollment will open on club hub 6 weeks before each course.

Contact: Scott Leith. Email: [email protected] Phone:09 479 4180

Location: 511 Beach Road, Murrays Bay, Murrays Bay, North Shore City


Pupuke Golf Club Campbells Bay

The golf course forms the greater part of “Centennial Park” which is a Recreational Reserve and a rare oasis of open space on what is otherwise a closely developed urban environment.   It provides recreational opportunities not just for golfers but also the wider community, with walking tracks through regenerating native bush with flourishing birdlife.   Few golf Clubs enjoy such a magnificent parkland setting.

Email Address: [email protected]

Location Address:
231 East Coast Road
Campbells Bay
North Shore