Hororata Highland Games 2020

Event
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Hororata

Sat 7th Nov 2020

Hororata Domain
56 Hororata Road
Hororata


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Ticketing: Public

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56 Hororata Road
Hororata
New Zealand

"Traditional Scottish Highland Games with a Kiwi twist."

This unique event is best described as a traditional Scottish Highland Games with a Kiwi twist. The competitions are at the heart of the event and the Games are the only event in the South Island that offers all the traditional Scottish competitions.

The Hororata Highland Games were established as the main fundraising focus for the Hororata Community Trust, established to help rebuild and promote the community after the September 2010 earthquake.

Tickets:

Early bird discounted tickets will go on sale on the 1st of September, 2020.

Get your tickets here

What's On?

Watch - Enjoy the Spectacle

Have a Go - Join in the fun

Discover - So much more

Compete - Competition events

Background on this year's event:

The post-Covid community come-back. In a kilt.

Ten years ago, a resilient community came up with an idea to raise spirits (including the odd dram) after the devastating Canterbury earthquakes - the Hororata Highland Games were born. Now, they’re meeting a new, post-Covid challenge with confirmation that the games, and birthday celebrations will take place on Saturday 7th November 2020 at the Hororata Domain.

The Games also have a new theme: “A Scottish festival with a Kiwi twist”. (Think: Stubbies meet sporrans.)

The Hororata Highland Games attract 10,000 people annually, and see 500 competitors in Scottish events including; caber tossing, highland dancing and pipe band competitions. All surrounded by a rich tapestry of culture and tastings.

220 volunteers join Clan Hororata to make the Games happen. 

Cindy Driscoll, Executive Officer Hororata Community Trust says this will be an important festival not just for Hororata but all of Canterbury “Our community loves welcoming people from all over New Zealand to the Hororata Highland Games and we can’t wait to celebrate its 10th birthday.”

Certified Self Contained Motorhome & Caravan Parking

We welcome Certified Self-Contained motorhomes. We have overnight parking facilities available onsite from 10am Friday 6th of November until 5pm Monday 9th of November.

  • Please enter through GATE C
  • A donation of $5.00 per van, per night is appreciated
  • No dogs allowed in venue 
  • Must be Certified Self-Contained
  • The Hororata Highland Games goes ahead wet or fine, however if the carpark is extremely wet before the event the entry times for motorhomes may change. Follow our Facebook page for details.
  • Discounted tickets on sale now

The parking will be managed and coordinated by local NZMCA volunteers.