Over 3,000 people were welcomed aboard the ferry at an Open Day that raised $5,000 for Sealord Swim for Life. Read More
Preliminary drowning figures show 61 people have drowned in New Zealand waters so far this year. Read More
Water Safety leaders are urging New Zealanders not to become complacent when it comes to water safety. Read More
Water Safety New Zealand is on a mission to help New Zealand’s schools keep their swimming pools open. Read More
A day out at Blackhead Beach for 250 young people and their families is more than a bit of lighthearted fun - ... Read More
Until recently, celebrated actor, writer and director Oscar Kightley couldn’t swim to save himself. Read More
Award-winning journalist and television presenter Duncan Garner has covered many stories of tragedy where a li... Read More
As New Zealanders, we love the water - whether playing or surfing in it, boating or sailing on it, or simply enjoying our stunning coastline, beaches, lakes and rivers.
Sadly, every year, a large number of Kiwis lose their lives to drowning.
At Water Safety New Zealand, we believe we can achieve the goal of zero drowning - but to do so, we need your help.
Make water safety a priority for you and your family - learn to swim, wear and use the right safety equipment, learn survival skills and most importantly keep your loved ones, especially young children, close.
Lets enjoy this amazing country and its waterways together, safely.
2014 Total: 90
This year as at 29 July 2015 : 66
Same time last year: 48