You can have fun while keeping fit, meet many new friends while dancing to Scotland's toe tapping music.

Scottish Country dancing is alive and well in Northland, New Zealand, with Clubs in Whangarei, Kamo, Dargaville, Kerikeri, Bay of Islands and Kaitaia. This social dancing requires nothing more than a smile to start, even a partner isn't necessary, so don't worry about going alone. Beginners are assured of a warm welcome.

The Waipu Scottish Country Dancing Club, supported by the Whangarei and Kamo Scottish Country Dancing Clubs, is a popular feature at the annual Waipu Highland Games.

Visitors are assured of a warm welcome and instruction classes are held on the day. At the Games many people try some simple dances during the open sessions and they have a terrific time. There has been display dancing and tuition at the Annual Games every year since and visitors are invited to have a go.

For further information about these clubs or information on clubs outside this area contact:

Steve & Elaine Goldthorpe
Ph: Waipu 0-9-432 0532