Community Education Whangārei

All year round

Looking for ways to unwind?

Unleash your creativity in an art workshop, learn a new craft, book in for computer lessons, sign up for a wellbeing course, enjoy a cooking class, get sewing! Keep up to date via their Facebook page while their building is being relocated. They would love to help you. Ma te mohio ka ora. Ma te ora ka mohio – Through learning there is life. Through life there is learning.

For more info visit:

Community Education Whangārei


Opposite the Arts Centre at Kamo High School




Every effort is made to accommodate learners with disabilities. It is helpful if you can advise when you enrol if you have any special requirements. Please also advise in advance if you have any access needs so you can be directed to the best parking options and advised of the easiest approach to both the classroom and the closest wheelchair friendly toilets.

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