Connecting people and services in rural communities
When children need secure, loving, long-term homes, we'll work with family and whanau, caregivers, and adoptive parents to find them one.
When young people offend, we want them to get back on track and make good decisions in the future. We'll organise a conference for the young person, their family and the victim of their offending to meet and talk about the impact of their actions. We'll then help them get back on track for a successful future.
We partner up with hundreds of social services providers to get the message to communities - together we can help all our children be safe, strong and thrive!
Daily 9am – 4pm
Call 0508 326 459 or 909 9295
Our Probation Officers work with people on probation to motivate them to make changes in their lives. This may include attending programmes to address violence, alcohol and drug abuse or driving offences. If appropriate, offenders can attend programmes that teach them about Maori culture and give them an opportunity to re-connect to their iwi.
There is a strong focus on reducing the likelihood of their re-offending, and keeping the public safe.
Call 0800 665 511
Assistance with income tax returns, GST, advice for employers and employees, and not-for-profits.
2nd Tuesday of each month
Book via reception Phone 03 319 7243
You need your IRD number to make this booking.
Community Law Marlborough provides free community legal services to meet the unmet legal needs in our community. When you contact our services you can speak to a caseworker who will listen to your problem and give you legal information, advice, assistance or representation in certain circumstances. We can see clients either face to face, or be contacted by phone or email.
Every Tuesday (provided we have appointments).
Book via reception Phone 03 319 7243 or
Ring direct 0800 COM LAW / 0800 266 529
Learner licenses, renewing or replacing your license. Endorsements, reissues.
Unable to process overseas conversions. No practical driving tests available in Kaikōura.
First Thursday of each month, 9am – 4pm
First Friday of each month, 9am - 2pm
Call Te Whare Putea for further details 03 319 7243 or
AA Driver Licensing 0800 822 422