Parafed Wellington
Inspire, Enable, Achieve

Welcome to Parafed Wellington

At Parafed Wellington we inspire, enable and achieve.

We do this through our members and supporters being involved in sporting, 

recreation or leisure opportunities.  

We work with a range of organisations and partners to make our members 

sporting and recreational lives as great as possible.   

Check out what Parafed Wellington has been up to this year ... 

so much was done, so much was fun ....  

Youth Group Camp at El Rancho 

A few photos of our Youth Group member at our christmas camp at El Rancho.  It was a fabulous weekend and we all had a ball.  We tried archery, low ropes, spent hours on the waterslide, played mini-golf, paddle boated our way around the pond and island, feed the horses, and were followed by clover the pregnant cat which had its kittens while we were at camp.  Who could ask for more!  For more photos click here




Round the Bays - Team Parafed Wellington Registration Closes 31 January

Yes it’s that time of year again … The Round the Bays 2017 on Sunday 19 February. Parafed Wellington has set up a team again and we want to have as many people involved as possible. Registrations close on 31...   More


Mary Fisher named Halberg Award Finalist

Congratulations to Mary Fisher who was today named a finalist in the Disabled Sportsperson category in the 2017 Halberg Awards. The Awards ceremony will be held in Auckland on 9 February...   More


Parafed Wellington End of Year summary

That time of year has hit us all again when we think we are still young and can do anything! Wow what great year we have all had so far with lots of new members who have joined and the youth group which is...   More


2017 Membership Fees remain the same

The Parafed Wellington membership fees will remain the same for 2017. Its only $30 per individual and $40 for a family.   More


Rio 2016 - records broken all round

New Zealand finishes with 21 medals – 9 GOLD, 5 SILVER, 7 BRONZE – 3 medals over target. On the overall medals, New Zealand finishes 13th – its highest finish ever (Athens 2004 – 16th) On medals per...   More

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