Seniors' Week

Seniors’ Week is held in spring every year and sees a series of community-led events for older people across the city.

A group of woman doing yoga.

Te Wiki Kaumātua – Seniors' Week is a series of community events and activities for our senior citizens, all about building connections and reducing social isolation in later life.

Last year there were over 60 events happening right across the city – most of which were free or discounted for SuperGold Card holders – and we want to make this year even bigger and better.

Seniors' Week 2021

Āhea | When Friday 1 to Friday 8 October 2021
Ki hea | Where Multiple locations
Te utu | Cost Free

This year’s theme is Across Generations, where we offer ways to connect people from all generations and backgrounds – whether that be through cooking classes, social media 101 workshops or yoga in the park.

Register your event

Seniors' Week wouldn’t be possible without our partners and members of the community who put on these great events – so we need you!

Submit your event before Monday 16 August 2021.

Register your event

For more information, email citycommunities@wcc.govt.nz

Senior Regional Games 2021

Āhea | When 10am – 2pm, Tuesday 2 November 2021
Ki hea | Where ASB Sports Centre | View on Google maps
Te utu | Cost Free

Wellington City Council is joining forces once again with Hutt City Council, Upper Hutt City Council, Age Concern and Sport Wellington to put on the Senior Regional Games.

It’s a fun competition suitable for seniors of all levels of fitness and is a great opportunity to take part in physical and social activities, meet new people and find out about what’s going on in the community.

This event is about knocking down boundaries and challenging assumptions that the older you get, the fewer opportunities to stay active there are. From badminton to bowls to dancing, there will be something for everyone. So bring your friends and whānau to celebrate together, participate in friendly competition, and try something new!

There are no restrictions on who can come; however, the event is designed to celebrate older independent adults (60 years plus) in our communities.

For more information, visit the Nuku Ora website