Ōtaki Summer Camp

Whats Happening

Otaki Summer CampOtaki Summer CampŌtaki Summer Camp is for young people who care about issues facing Aotearoa (housing, environment, national identity and freedom of speech to name a few). It will bring people together to hear and talk about ideas and politics and, most importantly, build connections and a sense of community amongst people who are working towards positive change.

There will be music, comedy, and time out in nature. We have been given the whole of Ōtaki College to use, with free camping on the school playing fields, and food organised by locals who share our kaupapa. We are expecting hundreds of to attend.

It’s important that Ōtaki Summer Camp is accessible to everyone and so we have kept the ticket price as low as possible. We also have scholarships available.

Tickets are just $95 which gets you three action-packed days of speakers, music, comedy, poetry, and adventures to local rivers, forests, and the ocean. It also includes food (provided) and accommodation (camping or shared marae-style).

The camp is aimed at people aged 17 - 30 but if you are a little over 30, please feel free to come. If you are under 17 or over 35 you’re welcome to make a special application.

Check out the speakers & performers & get your tickets here: www.otakisummercamp.com

For more info, call Kimberley Collins on 021 049 1436

Rachel Stewart
Julia Whaipooti
Nicky Hager
Deborah Manning
Morgan Godfery

White Man Behind a Desk
Finn Johansson