Discover Omarama

Omarama :A Mountain Community in the Middle of Everywhere”

Town Urged to Support First Response Team

Forum at The Omarama Community Centre Saturday 20th August 2022 11am

Read all this and more in the latest Gazette

4 Square hours 9am -5pm  seven days a week. Looking for job? Pop in and speak to Alona

Omarama Community Care Group

The Volunteers are there to help- Just give anyone of us a call

If you need to isolate but there are a few things you still need to do, we can put your mind at rest, Please feel free to call any of the following numbers below.

We will no approach you unless invited to do so. Your privacy and confidentiality will be respected.

Keeping Connected; Getting info and keeping in touch – Ruth Grundy , , 021 2948002, Adrienne Harper , 021 139 2817

Meals on Wheels and Deliveries: Carolynne Grant 03 438 9742 and leave a message, Georgie Robertson, 0274861525

Rural Tasks:(complementing the work of Rural Trust Support) Annabelle and Richard Subtil , , Annabelle 027 406 9522, Richard 027 208 9096

Taking Care of Visitors and Hospitality Industry Advise: Megan Talarico, 021 545 566

Drop offs and Deliveries(other than meals above) Alona Shaw ,027 773 4214

Pets Plants and Necessary Chores: Tanya Humphreys,, 022 611 7099

Staying Mentally Well: We are all feeling Stressed about this, it’s normal. Don’t be afraid to reach out for help. You can call or Text 1737 to talk to a trained counsellor for free, 24 hours a day, 7 days a weeks.

See the latest local info on the Omarama Gazette


Omarama is a small mountain community at the junction of State Highways 8 and 83, near the southern end of the Mackenzie Basin, in the South Island of New Zealand. Omarama is in the Waitaki District, Otago.

Omarama is well known to Glider pilots who come to soar the skies and fish the rivers. The Alps to Ocean cycleway passes through Omarama, making it a good central location to base yourself while making the most of the cycle tracks.





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