Petanque New Zealand (PNZ) was established in 1993 as the national governing body
for the sport of petanque in New Zealand and it has the following aims:
To promote and foster the growth and development of petanque in New Zealand,
both as a recreational and competitive sport.
To act as the coordinating body for 47 affiliated clubs,
5 regions and a membership of over 1400 players.
To assist with the provision of coaching to enhance player skills.
To ensure a consistent approach to the game of petanque.
To provide umpiring qualifications from club through to national level.
To maintain affiliation with the Federation Internationale de Petanque et Jeu Provencal (F.I.P.J.P.),
the world governing body of petanque.
The ruling body of Petanque New Zealand is the National Council and Executive.
The Council is responsible for the governance of PNZ and the Executive is responsible
for the day to day management.
Click here to visit the Petanque New Zealand website.
Christchurch Petanque Club
PO Box 2006, Christchurch