We would like to invite you to join TACA this year, if you live in our catchment area of Tasman, Kina Beach/Peninsula and Mariri, to help us do our good work in the community and continue to be the conduit of information between Council and residents.

To join TACA you simply need to fill out this membership form, stating what area you live in our TACA catchment (Tasman, Kina, Mariri) in the Message box and pay your annual membership fee of $2 per individual or $5 per family, valid until 30 June 2025 to our NBS bank account:

03-1354-0627622-00

In order to be a member of TACA you need to pay the membership fee. This will enable you to participate at the AGM in July.

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You are also welcome to make a voluntary donation of any amount to our NBS bank account, 03-1354-0627622-00 with your Name in the particulars column and Donation as the reference or by filling out the following form.

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About TACA

The Tasman Area Community Association (TACA) was formed in 1989. It is a volunteer organisation that aims to:

  • Give the people of Tasman a collective voice for dealing with large issues

  • Work with the Tasman District Council to ensure Tasman/Kina is well represented

  • Improve the environment of Tasman

  • Work with the community to support it in making it a better place to live and work

Here is a copy of the TACA Constitution and its Objectives

In the past years, TACA has been instrumental in arranging or assisting in the following:

  • Beginning an ambitious revegetation project, the Te Mamaku Native Corridor Planting Project creating a native tree corridor between the Moutere Inlet and the Waimea Estuary between Tasman & Māpua.

  • Beautification of the Tasman Reserve

  • Implementation of the Pump Track at the Tasman Reserve and planting out a community orchard

  • Assistance with Taste Tasman

  • Road safety signs on Kina Beach Road

  • Setting up walking tracks on Unformed Legal Roads in the area

  • Working at making the old sawmill site a scenic area for the community

  • Continuing to make welcome packs available for newcomers to the area

  • Erecting bus shelters for school children

  • Fundraising to co-fund the purchase of Baigent Reserve with TDC from Cater Holt Harvey  in 2013 to ensure the reserve stays in public hands

  • Regular working bees in Baigent Reserve to create a native revegetation project on the reserve on Kina Peninsula.

  • Fundraising to co-fund the purchase of a BBQ with a covering shelter within Baigent Reserve

As TACA is a community organisation, why not become involved, attend a meeting, help at a working bee, or join the committee.