Heartland Services

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About Heartland Services

The Service was established in 2001 by Government in order to improve delivery of government services in rural areas. The Service is designed to improve face-to-face Kanohi ki te Kanohi access to government services and provide an outreach service in areas where services might otherwise not be accessible.

The purpose of Heartland Service Centres is to provide people in rural, provincial and isolated communities with direct access to a wide range of integrated government and non-government partnering agencies throughout rural communities nationwide.

Our Heartland Service Centre

Our Heartland Service Centre provides access to a wide range of integrated government and non-government agencies by:  

Acting as a focal point for government and non-government agency information, advice and support services within communities

Providing a meeting place for people and agencies to develop and deliver local solutions for family and community needs

IRD (visits 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month, by appointment only)

Maintaining a link between government, local councils and communities to strengthen the co-ordination of local support services.

Providing services and information from a range of government organisations including forms, guidelines, email and phone facilities and access to government websites.

Community Law (visits every second Thursday, by appointment only)

Rooms Available

Heartland Service Centre have rooms available to accommodate small and large groups for community meetings, trainings, programs etc. We have access to parking, tables and chairs, photocopier and printer, tea and coffee making facilities, heating and cooling ventilation systems, whiteboards, wifi and large TV screen for presentations.

Please contact us to inquire about hiring a room.


Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi, engari he toa takimano.
My strength is not that of an individual but that of the collective.

Artist / Yanoosh