The 35th New Zealand Masters Games will be held in Dunedin from 3–11 February 2024

We are back and can’t wait for you to join us here in Ōtepoti Dunedin.

Planning for the 2024 New Zealand Masters Games is in full swing and we are looking forward to bringing you this amazing event, with nine exciting days of competition and entertainment.

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Situated on the east coast of New Zealand’s stunning South Island, Dunedin has a compelling mix of quirky urban charm, historic architecture, and beautiful natural surrounds where adventure awaits.


We are going old school, we never got the chance in 2022 but the 2024 Hub will be back at the University Union and we will be rocking it on the Union Lawn.


Our Sports

The New Zealand Masters Games team and our wonderful Sports Partners are proud to bring you all the sports for the 2024 event.


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The New Zealand Masters Games is the largest and longest running Masters multi-sport event in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Held yearly, the event alternates between Whanganui and Dunedin.

Dunedin will host more than 5,000 participants competing in over 60 sporting codes during the 9 days of competition. The Masters Games is for athletes of masters’ age. Every sport is different with respect to the age at which athletes becomes masters, you’re a master at age 20 in swimming and generally a master in most sports by the age of 30. With participants ranging from 18 to 95 and beyond there are opportunities to participate for everyone.

The Masters Games offer a full range of sports to participate in for both summer and winter codes. There are opening and closing ceremonies, medals are awarded, and we have a games village. You do not need to be an elite athlete to compete, and you don’t need to qualify. Anyone can register for the Games – whether to win, to beat your personal best or to just have fun.