Different people and organisations take on regional coordination roles for Seaweek around the country and there is a list of them below. Please contact your regional coordinators directly for information on what’s happening in your area, or if you would like to put on a local event. Alternatively contact the Seaweek National Coordinator using the form below if you’d like more general information.

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NORTHLAND – Morag Vasilaki:

AUCKLAND – Team at Sir Peter Blake Marine Education & Recreation Centre:

WAIKATO – Coordinator needed! Please let us know if you can help!

BAY OF PLENTY – Nataalia Lunson: & Courtney Andrews:

TAIRAWHITI – GISBORNE / EAST COAST – Coordinator needed! Please let us know if you can help!

HAWKES BAY – Jake Brookie:  phone: 06 833 5424

TARANAKI – Danielle Gibas: phone: 06 765 127 or 021 144 7239

MAAWHATU/WHANGANUI – Scotty Moore – email:

WELLINGTON – Micheline Evans:   phone:027 370 1534


NELSON/TASMAN – Jude Heath:   phone: 021 063 6785

MARLBOROUGH – Wendy Sullivan:

CHRISTCHURCH and CANTERBURY – Jocelyn Papprill:   phone: 027 703 0772

OTAGO – Coordinator needed! Please let us know if you can help!

WEST COAST – Lauren Kelley:   phone: 027 312 4687

SOUTHLAND – Coordinator needed! Please let us know if you can help!


Pam Crisp:   phone: 021 2585174
NZAEE National Office:
31 Galbraith Street Waihi 3610, New Zealand

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