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New Zealand Government Organisations
New Zealand EmbassyNew Zealand High Commission
New Zealand House
80 Haymarket
London SW1Y 4TQ

United KingdomTel: +44 (0)20 7930 8422
Fax: +44 (0)20 7839 4580

Website: http://www.nzembassy.com/united-kingdom


New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE)New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE) is New Zealand’s international business development agency. Our role is to help New Zealand businesses grow bigger, better, faster in international markets.

Website: http://www.nzembassy.com/united-kingdom/about-the-high-commission/contact-us/nz-trade-and-enterprise-nzte


Kea UKKea is a global networking organisation aimed at establishing international links with the large number of Kiwis who can be found working in a range of industries and at the highest of levels here in the UK.

Website: http://www.keanewzealand.com/united-kingdom
E-mail: uk@kiwiexpat.org.nz


1st ContactAdvice, contacts, info and services for Kiwis, Aussies and South Africans arriving in the UK.

Website: www.1stcontact.co.uk


eBigOEA popular site for Kiwis living in the UK.

Website: http://www.ebigoe.com/pages/home.html


FacebookKiwis in London (link here)


London New Zealand Cricket ClubClub for New Zealand cricketers in the UK. Full fixture list and still looking for keen players.

Website: http://www.lnzcc.org/


London Kiwis Rugby ClubWebsite: http://www.lnzrugby.co.uk


Ngati Ranana London Maori ClubSince the 1950’s, Ngati Ranana provides NZers in the UK and anyone interested, the opportunity to learn about and embrace Maori culture. This is through participation in performances throughout the UK and Europe. Also, established in 1997, Te Kohanga Reo is a parent run organisation for London-based parents to teach, learn and retain Te Reo/Tikanga Maori – Maori language and culture.

For inquiries please contact:
Performance Co-ordinator: Sue Ormsby
Phone: 07947429354
E-mail: ngatirananaclub@yahoo.co.nz
Website: http://www.ngatiranana.co.uk/


ManaiaManaia is a 100% Maori owned and operated London based company, which specialises in providing professional haka workshops, traditional Maori performances and Maori cultural knowledge.

Website: http://www.manaia.co.uk/


Maramara TotaraMaramara Totara teaches the M?ori fighting art of Mau Taiaha (also known as Mau R?kau), the group was founded in early 2003 by Kateia Burrows and originated because of the increasing interest in learning the use of Taiaha.

Website: http://www.maramara-totara.org.uk/


Pacific Island Society UKThe Pacific Islands Society of the United Kingdom and Ireland (PISUKI) was formed in 1981 to promote relationships between the peoples and countries of the Pacific Islands and the United Kingdom and Ireland. Most of our members have lived, worked or travelled in the Pacific, and include Pacific Islanders living in the British Isles. Among the membership are VSOs, diplomats, tourists, academics, clergy and many other ordinary and extraordinary people with Pacific Islands connections.

Website: http://www.pacificislandsuk.org/


Shaky Isles TheatreShaky Isles was established in 2006 by Emma Deakin to present original New Zealand theatre in London. Since that time the company has expanded to include theatre makers of many nationalities, while retaining its ties to and interest in New Zealand/Aotearoa.

Website: http://www.shakyislestheatre.com


Business and Networking Groups
New Zealand Women’s AssociationEstablished in 1930 to promote the interests of New Zealand and to foster good relations with the UK. Lunchtime meetings on the first Thursday of every month, except January and August. 200 members. President: Moya Gibbons

7 Alton Rd
London SW15 4LF
Tel: 020 8788 3899
Website: http://www.nzwa.co.uk


New Zealand SocietyEstablished in 1927 as a dining club for New Zealanders in London. Exists to promote the interests of New Zealand in the UK and to promote good relations between Britain and New Zealand. Its patron is HRH the Duke of Edinburgh, and Vice-Patron is the NZ High Commissioner. A social and cultural club for ex-pat New Zealanders living in Britain and also for British citizens who might have lived in New Zealand or have strong business connections. Members, aged from about 35 upwards, live all over the UK. Organises a wide range of functions and has just opened a Scottish Branch. Current membership is over 500 (individuals, combined and corporate). Current President: Tania Bearsley.

Website: http://www.nzsociety.co.uk


New Zealand University Graduates AssociationAssociation of New Zealand graduates. Meetings are held twice a year with professional speakers. 250 members.
Contact: Professor Robin Clark
3a Loom Lane
E-mail: r.j.h.clark@ucl.ac.uk


New Zealand Lawyer’s SocietyThe professional group for New Zealand lawyers in the UK. Members’ services are available for any New Zealander who is in trouble in Britain.
Contact: John McLinden, President
Tel (work):0171-831-7314
Mobile: 0961-436-737
E-mail: JohnMclinden@compuserve.com


New Zealand AccountantsThe professional organisation for New Zealand accountants in the UK.  Approximately 300 members. Runs a series of functions throughout the year including a summer ball.
Contact: Brian Wadham
Tel: 0956-532-802


New Zealand Institute of Professional EngineersEstablished 30 years ago and provides professional information and seminars / talks for its 120 UK based members.

Website: http://www.ipenz.org.uk
President: Graham Barber
Tel (bus): 0171-257-1682;(hm) 01932-866-710
E-mail: graham.g.barber@shell.com


New Zealand Studies AssociationThe NZSA is a member based organisation which offers reduced fees to an annual conference, a journal – British Review of New Zealand Studies – Kakapo Books publications, and a newsletter. Since 1994 an annual conference has been organised, held in London at either the Institute of Commonwealth Studies, or New Zealand House, which attracts speakers from the international community; previous participants have included Judith Binney, C.K. Stead, Michael King, Anthony McCarten, and Don McGlashan. It provides a forum for the social, cultural, political, and economic study of NZ.

Contact: Ian Conrich (NZSA Chair)
University of Surrey
School of Arts
Roehampton Lane
London SW15 5PH
Tel: 020 8392 3847 or 0115 9846578
E-mail: i.conrich@roehampton.ac.uk
Stuart Murray (NZSA Secretary)
University of Leeds
School of English
Leeds LS2 9JT
Tel: 0113 233 4739
E-mail: murray@english.novell.leeds.ac.uk


Australia New Zealand Chamber of CommerceThe Australia & New Zealand Chamber of Commerce (ANZCC UK) assists businesses to exploit Australasian markets. ANZCC UK, with over 80 years of experience in British/Australian trade, can provide an invaluable service to its members.

Contact: Alexandra Reynolds
393 Strand
London WC2R 0LT
Tel: 020 7379-0720
Fax: 020 7379-0721
E-mail: enquiries@anzcc.org.uk
Website: http://www.anzcc.org.uk


New Zealand Business Women’s NetworkWorking together to encourage and help each other in many and varied business roles, we utilise our strengths and draw on our unity as strong New Zealand women to develop businesses with the power of the kiwi spirit.

Email: info@nzwomen.co.uk
Website: http://www.nzwomen.co.uk/


Eating Out in London
SANZAOnline store of South Africans, New Zealanders and Australian foods (SANZAs) and events

Website: http://www.sanza.co.uk


Hell Pizza UKHELL is a 666% original concept created in Wellington, NZ. Now we’re spreading like HELLfire around the globe. Currently serving Damned Tasty Pizza at The Partridge WD19 5TP London.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HELLPizzaLondon



The Alma Gastro Pub – Newington Green, London

The Black Lion – Hammersmith, London

Caravan – Exmouth Market, London

The Castle Battersea – Battersea, London

Kopapa – Seven Dials/Covent Garden, London

Lola & Simon – Hammersmith, London

Manuka Kitchen – Fullham (Facebook page here), London

The Modern Pantry – Clerkenwell, London

The Providores and Tapa Room – Marylebone, London

Suze in Mayfair, London

Truc Vert – Mayfair, London

GPK – Assorted location (find a spot near you here)

In and Around London

Allpress – Shoreditch (Time Out review here)

Caravan – Exmouth Market

The Container Cafe – The View Tube, Olympic park, London

The Counter Cafe – Hackney Wick

Department of Coffee and Social Affairs – Leather Lane, EC1

Dose Espresso – Farringdon

Federation Coffee – Brixton Village

Flat White – Soho

Ginger & White – Hampstead

Grind – Putney and Westfield Stratford City Kaffeine  – Fitzrovia

Long White Cloud – Hackney (no website but check out Time Out review here)

Milk Bar – Soho

Nude Espresso – City – Spitalfields

Ozone Coffee – Old Street

The Roastery – Clapham

Sacred Cafe – six London locations
Scooter Caffe – Waterloo (no website but check out reviews here)

Tried & True Cafe – Putney
Outside London

The Field Kitchen – Nettlebed (near Henley)

Tapa Coffeehouse and Bakehouse – Glasgow

Mountain Cafe – Aviemore