Other membership types

Our members are caring and passionate kiwi individuals, couples or families who want to help protect our heritage and at the same time, enjoy some great value benefits.  We do offer alternative membership options for corporates, local authorities, not-for-profit groups and magazine-only subscriptions. 

Local Authority membership

Show your stakeholders that your local/territorial authority cares about heritage.  Our work together can only be enhanced through an organisation-wide commitment to promoting and protecting your district’s and our nation’s special heritage places.

Becoming a Local Authority member of Heritage New Zealand offers councils a great way to support heritage in their region as well as a number of tangible and intangible benefits for a relatively small outlay.

Fees

An annual membership fee of $100 applies.

Benefits

  • Membership certificate
  • 6 free subscriptions to Heritage New Zealand’s quarterly magazine Heritage New Zealand (sent to your primary contact for distribution within your organisation)
  • Independent advice on all issues related to heritage protection and management.

Membership applications and renewals

You can join today by contacting Membership Services, located in our National Office, in Wellington - call 0800 802 010 or email to find out more, and to obtain an application form.


Not for Profit membership

If your charitable organisation, local heritage group or entity wants to benefit from preferential pricing and keep up-to-date with all that Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga is doing, then consider a NFP membership.

Fees

An annual membership fee of $60 applies.

Benefits

  • Membership certificate
  • 2 free subscriptions to Heritage New Zealand’s quarterly magazine Heritage New Zealand (sent to your primary contact for distribution within your organisation)
  • Membership cards - 2 membership cards are provided for use by anyone in your organisation. Please note these are not eligible for use at overseas destinations, and only at Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga properties within New Zealand. 

Membership Applications and Renewals

You can join today by contacting Membership Services, located in our National Office, in Wellington - call 0800 802 010 or email to find out more, and to obtain an application form.

 

Corporate membership

Becoming a corporate member of Heritage New Zealand offers companies a number of tangible and intangible benefits for a relatively small outlay. There is an opportunity to build your company’s reputation through its association with the values and actions of Heritage New Zealand.

Fees

An annual membership fee of $500 applies.

Membership applications and renewals

You can join today by contacting Membership Services, located in our National Office, in Wellington - call 0800 802 010 or email to find out more, and to obtain an application form.

Membership benefits

Corporate members are entitled to an exclusive range of benefits

  • Membership certificate
  • Two membership cards in your company’s name, granting free admission* for the bearer to all Heritage New Zealand's properties, as well as a range of discounts on products and services
  • 4 free subscriptions to our quarterly magazine Heritage New Zealand
  • 5% reduction on any advertisements taken out in Heritage New Zealand, and
  • Promotion of your products and services to Heritage New Zealand members in the general membership pack and on our website (generally via hyperlink to your website, see below) in return for benefits offered by your company to our members (e.g. price discount on your products and services)
  • V.I.P services
  • Invitations to Heritage New Zealand events
  • Negotiable access to key speaker list for your corporate function
  • Joint ventures - Projects targeting Heritage New Zealand's membership and the wider public are open to discussion.

All fees are valid as at 1 July 2021.

Corporate members

Antigua Boatsheds

AskRIGHT

Bradley Hans Design

DLA Architects Limited

Resene Paints Ltd

The Church Property Trustees

The Fletcher Trust.