Our Partners

Naming Partner

Downer NZ has committed, once again, to being the naming rights sponsor for New Zealand’s largest multi-sport event, the New Zealand Masters Games, Whanganui, 5-14 February 2021.

Downer NZ is a perfect fit for the New Zealand Masters Games. Both share a vision for connecting people and celebrate diversity. The Downer New Zealand Masters Games brings people together from around the country to celebrate competition and make lifelong friends through the shared love of sport. Over 50 sports are on offer, with competitors ranging from 20 years of age to triple digits.

Having Downer as the naming rights sponsor is like getting that home run. Downer are a perfect fit for the Games because we share the same vision, delivering an opportunity for people to compete, connect and celebrate. From the 86-year-old Cantabrian who plays table tennis, to the 20-year-old gymnast from Stratford, we are all part of the Downer New Zealand Masters Games family. Downer, as the naming right sponsor, completely get the Games philosophy.

Major Partners

The Whanganui District Council is committed to supporting a vibrant events environment in Whanganui that will continue to build a sense of community, enhance the city’s unique identity and add to its cultural wealth. It also aims to optimise the contribution of festivals and events to the city’s economic development. The Whanganui District Council has supported the NZ Masters Games since the first event was held in Dunedin in 1990 and sees this event as a great opportunity to showcase Whanganui.

Bringing to the table local expertise, contacts, and knowledge of the Whanganui Sporting community, the Games would simply be lost without the key contributions and work behind the scenes from the Sport Whanganui team.

 

 

NZCT is proud to be the largest funder of amateur sports participation in New Zealand, and has a long history of supporting the New Zealand Masters Games.


Whanganui and Partners is the economic development agency of Whanganui. Their innovative and friendly team includes experts in business development, education and destination marketing. Whanganui & Partners are behind the NZ Masters Games, working towards a thriving and resilient economy for our district.

 

 

Suzuki is one of the world’s most successful automotive brands, enjoying a reputation as an innovative leader in compact car, motorcycle, marine and 4WD technology. The Suzuki brand symbolises outstanding quality and value for its millions of customers throughout the world.

Supporting Partners

Display Associates are a local Whanganui business providing marketing solutions to a large client base, and are our proud Merchandise partner for the 2021 New Zealand Masters Games. You’ll see the Display Associates team on site during the Games with a range of merch options to purchase – from hoodies, polos, singlets, caps and more. Check our the Merchandise page for a sneak peak of what will be on offer!

 

MediaWorks are proud radio partners for 2021. With a strong local presence in Whanganui, MediaWorks stations will bring you all the latest news, tips and stories associated with this iconic event.

 

 

 

 

Bayleys Whanganui pride themselves on being actively involved in the community and to connect with locals every day. And what better way to connect with our locals then as our proud Host Partner for the New Zealand Masters Games. Ensuring our volunteers and sports partners are hydrated and fed during the event, and offering an opportunity for them to network and relax in the Bayleys Host Tent over the duration of the Games. Looking after our hosts so they can look after our games participants – Bayleys Hosts are ‘Altogether better, altogether here to help’.

 

 

With over 20 years experience covering sport, internationally and throughout New Zealand, CMGSPORT are New Zealand’s leading sport photographers. Kevin and his team will bring you all the sporting action from the 2021 event.

 

 

The Lion Foundation is one of New Zealand’s oldest and most respected Charitable Trusts. Since 1988 they have returned over $850 million back to the community, supporting thousands of good causes all around the Country, including the New Zealand Masters Games.

 

 

The Four Regions Trust, originally created as the Powerco Wanganui Trust, was formed in 1993 to distribute profits from the trusts investments. Currently the Trust has approximately $33 million invested and its goal is to donate around $1.0 million per year into it’s local area, and the New Zealand Masters Games is very fortunate and grateful to be supported by the Trust.

Corporate Club Partners


Keeping Whanganui Safe