Clubs, Societies & Churches
Transition Point Chev
Transition Pt. Chev (TPC) is a group of local active citizens committed to sustainability and building community resilience in Pt. Chev.
Dignan St Community Garden Hub
Bike Point Chev
Business in Service of the Community BISC
This is a community minded business group in Point Chevalier, who lobby for the community, network, and also raise money for local schools
Point Chevalier Community Centre
Huia Road, by Countdown
Meola Creek- Waititiko Restoration /STEPS
STEPS is the group of voluteers who are improving the whole catchment of the creek
The purpose of The Old Homestead is to provide facilities for the community that will enrich self esteem, enhance personal relationships, promote community awareness, encourage people to use their skills to help others.
92 Pt Chevalier Road | 846 5161
Lions Club Point Chevalier
Every 2nd Monday at 19:00
Lions Hall, 13 Raymond St
Rotary Club of Western Springs
Motto: Service Above Self
Meetings: Each Tuesday 6pm at Oakridge House – Unitec – Carrington Road.
Friends of Oakley Creek
This group do a wonderful job looking after this absolute treasure that no-one seems to know about.
Social and Hobby Groups
This is a very difficult list to maintain as it is long, so changes are frequent and people don't tell me.... So please call the venue first or the number provided to check it's actually happening.
The Point Chevalier Fellowship Club
10.00 -12.00 noon, 4th Monday of month. Auckland Horticultural, 990 Great North Rd .This is for retired men. There is a speaker or entertainment at each meeting and bus trips are arranged. New members welcome. Contact Bryan (09) 8461042
The Grey Warblers
We are the Selwyn Village community choir for seniors.
Enquiries to Margaret, 846 2081 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
6pm Mondays at The Homestead
Phone 0800 009 009
Western Springs Photography Community
The Club meets at the Homestead, monthly. www.edenroskillcameraclub.com
Point Chevalier Ladies Probus Club
Monthly meetings on interesting topics - Phone Julia 622 3422
Point Chevalier Sunshine Club
1.00pm – 2.30pm 3 rd Wed. of month For older men & women who meet for entertainment. Monthly bus trips are also arranged. New members welcome. Contact Nita 8466732.
Culture Drama Music
Pt Chevalier Historical Society
Everyone is welcome to attend our meetings which are held on a Thursday morning. We are also keen to hear from anyone who has special knowledge of pieces of our history and would be prepared to share it with members. For more information visit our site at
Auckland Music Theatre Inc
190 Meola Road,
Auckland Jazz and Blues Club
This club is based at the Point Chevalier RSA and host a different jazz or blues group every Tuesday night from 7:30pm until 10:30pm.
TAPAC - The Performing Arts School of NZ Inc
100 Motions Road, PO Box 44020, Western Springs
Point Chevalier Croquet Club
Club house phone 896 8946
Point Chevalier Tennis Club
335 Pt Chevalier Road,
Point Chev Sailing Club
Point Chevalier Amateur Athletics Club
For kids only, summer only
Western Springs Association Football Club Inc
Seddon Fields Pavilion, 180-190 Meola Road,
Point Chevalier Pirates Rugby League Club
417 Pt Chevalier Road,
Point Chevalier Bowling Club
25 Dignan St, 846 6728
NZ DeerStalkers Association - Auckland Branch
St Francis Indoor Bowls
Tuesday nights 7.15pm in the hall at St Francis Primary School, Montrose St. Lessons given for beginners.
Ph Sue 846 4533 Janet 846 8400
Girl Guides (9 - 12 1/2 yrs)
For further information about Guides see www.girlguidingnz.org.nz.
If your daughter is interested in joining us contact email@example.com.
Great fun, make friends, learn excellent life skills.
Places available for girls 7 - 9
93a Moa Rd
Susan, Brownie Leader 8493298
Point Chev Drama Club
Run by actor and local resident Nicole Whippy
Point Chevalier Scouts
Air Training Corps, est 1941
Located at Unitec on Carrington Road, on land donated by Unitec, in a building donated by the RNZAF. We parade every Wednesday night during the school terms, and are for youth aged between 13 and 18. The oldest Air Training Corps Unit in Auckland. Our goal is to develop leaders, whilst providing an adventure based national training programme.