We build girls confidence and life skills with fun, adventures and friendships. Take a look at our programmes below!
Girls choose their own adventures in groups or individually!
Our girl-led learning model uses fun, adventure and friendship to build girls’ confidence and life skills. Girls meet every week and tackle challenges together.
A world-first way to deliver our programmes digitally through a custom girl-led platform for 5-12 ½ year-olds
Are you ready to bring more awesome to the world?
The adventure starts here. Make friends, tackle challenges, find adventure and earn cool badges that show off what you’ve learned along the way.
Brownies are becoming more aware and independent. Lead the adventure and have a say in what you do. Earn badges in teams and on your own.
At Guides you are growing into a leader, making decisions about what challenge you’ll take on next - whether it’s community action or learning to surf.
At Rangers, you’re setting your own goals and achieving them. You might travel to international camps or events and help lead the younger groups to share what you’ve learned.
All the fun from Pippins, delivered digitally through a world-first platform! Girls tackle challenges, find adventures and earn cool badges that show off what they’ve learned along the way.
Adventures and independence, delivered digitally through our Explore platform! Brownies are becoming more aware and start leading their own adventures. They will earn cool badges and have access to national, regional and local events to meet other girls.
Through a series of engaging, exciting, indoor and outdoor activities that provide Guides with a chance to learn about their environment, community, and the world around them, girls will earn badges and be invited to local, regional and national events to connect with other Guides.
Becoming a volunteer for GirlGuiding NZ is an amazing way to give back to your community.
Katie, Unit Leader
GirlPowered NZ offers one-off themed events that are designed to challenge girls in a variety of environments. Topics include STEM, outdoor recreation, financial literacy and outdoor adventures. Best of all, girls do not have to by Guiding members to take part!
Aotearoa groups deliver our programmes in a whole new way. If you can't attend a local group of Rangers for any reason, Aotearoa can deliver the programme via post, email, online - or even by text.
If you were once a Guide, Leader, volunteer or employee with GirlGuiding New Zealand, there are plenty of ways you can stay involved.
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