Where we visit | Ki hea mātou toro ai

Regional visits

We have three yearly monitoring cycle. This means we'll visit your community once every three years.

Click the marker closest to your region to find out when we visit.

 

If you'd like to get in touch with us about our planned visit to your region, email info@aroturuki.govt.nz

It’s important to us that our monitoring visits work well for communities. For this reason,
dates may change because of local circumstances, including the impact of local and
national emergencies.

Our teams will work closely with iwi
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/Māori organisations, community organisations, and
government agencies in the lead up to a visit. If you have any questions about a visit to
your region, get in touch with the regional manager or contact us via email on
info@aroturuki.govt.nz

Our monitoring schedule takes up to 18 weeks, with two to three weeks visiting in a
community. The monitoring period ends with a shareback report.

Download the Detailed monitoring schedule 2023-2026 (PDF 117KB)

Area

Visits start

Regional Manager

Upper South
17 July – 16 October 2023
14 Aug 2023 Sinead Ward
Taranaki and Manawatu

21 August – 4 December 2023

18 September 2023 Doug Fauchelle
Auckland

12 February – 14 June 2024

19 February 2024 Holika Uhila
Canterbury

18 March – 19 July 2024

15 April 2024 Sinead Ward
Bay of Plenty and Central Plateau

29 July – 22 November 2024

26 August 2024 Tara Hape
Greater Wellington

3 February – 6 June 2025

3 March 2025 Doug Fauchelle
Te Tai Tokerau

24 February – 27 June 2025

24 March 2025 Holika Uhila
Waikato

11 August – 12 December 2025

8 September 2025 Tara Hape
Lower South

26 January – 29 May 2026

23 February 2026 Sinead Ward
Hawkes Bay/East Coast

23 February – 26 June 2026

23 March 2026 Doug Fauchelle