The Naseby area is located on the South Island of New Zealand, 10 minutes north of Ranfurly, 60 minutes north east of Alexandra and is off State Highway 85 on the Ranfurly Naseby Road. The Village lies at the foot of the Mount Ida Range and is on the edge of the Naseby forest.
It is renowned for its heritage aspects including gold mining relics, heritage buildings, recreational opportunities and winter sports facilities including an international curling rink. Farming and forestry are important industries in the area.
About Naseby Vision
Naseby Vision Incorporated is a community development group which was formed in 2005. Membership has grown steadily since its inception and it now represents 306 Naseby residents, holiday-home owners, farmers and businesspeople.
Since its establishment it has worked closely with the Central Otago District Council, the Maniototo Community Board and numerous local and national groups and companies to improve services and facilities in the town and to promote the interests of its many members and the town in general.
Naseby Vision's Committee meets monthly to address a wide range of issues and its annual general meeting is held on Labour Day each year. You are more than welcome to attend any meeting, and we welcome new members.
Please feel free to contact Naseby Vision regarding any aspects of Naseby:
Naseby Vision Incorporated Society
P O Box 79
Any enquiries can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Chairman: Jill Wolff
Deputy Chair: Meg Garner
Secretary/Treasurer: Hilary Allison