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Bayleys Gisborne

Gisborne is situated on the East Coast of the North Island providing a safe anchorage halfway between the ports of Auckland and Wellington.

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The city, and the region as a whole, is a picturesque, friendly, and hospitable district with a multicultural population - epitomising all that is best about provincial New Zealand.

The warm, sun-filled climate reflects the region’s seaside proximity, and complements its rich soils, bountiful harvests, miles of sandy beaches and resource-rich oceans Stretching from Mahia Peninsula in the south and around East Cape to the Eastern Bay of Plenty in the north, the Gisborne district is famous for its beautiful coastline where surfers devour the swells, and its rivers - where fly fishing, canoeing and white water rafting are some of the other water-based activities on offer.

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Bayleys Gisborne strongly believes in giving back to the community that supports us. Apply for sponsorship from the team for your event or organisation.

The Eastland Rescue Helicopter Trust flies around 350 life-saving missions every year and provides a vital service to isolated East Coast communities.

Poverty Bay Junior Rugby helps kids discover New Zealand's favourite game with over 1,700 youngsters registered to play in over 70 teams.

Wairoa Athletic Rugby Football Club formed in 1939 and provides social memberships to for people to enjoy football, netball, rugby and squash.

For over 60 years, Ngatapa Rugby & Associated Sports Club has inspired sporting success and provided a welcoming culture for its members with positive role models.

Getting farmers off their farms and into the waves through Surfing for Farmers is a way to support their mental health and promote a sense of community.

Bayleys is proud to have partnered with The Sunrise Foundation, supporting its Operational Fund as a simple and lasting way to support local charities and organisations.

Established in 1875, membership of the Poverty Bay A&P Association is one of the highest in Aotearoa and continues to grow. Importantly, the Association aims to bring urban and rural communities together.

The Wairoa A&P Show celebrates and encourages excellence in the rural and agriculture sector and provides a fun day out for families.

Since 1964, Gisborne Boardriders has championed the sport of surfing in the region and created opportunities for people of all ages to discover the joy of riding waves.

Bayleys Gisborne strongly believes in giving back to the community that supports us. Apply for sponsorship from the team for your event or organisation.

The Eastland Rescue Helicopter Trust flies around 350 life-saving missions every year and provides a vital service to isolated East Coast communities.

Poverty Bay Junior Rugby helps kids discover New Zealand's favourite game with over 1,700 youngsters registered to play in over 70 teams.

Wairoa Athletic Rugby Football Club formed in 1939 and provides social memberships to for people to enjoy football, netball, rugby and squash.

For over 60 years, Ngatapa Rugby & Associated Sports Club has inspired sporting success and provided a welcoming culture for its members with positive role models.

Getting farmers off their farms and into the waves through Surfing for Farmers is a way to support their mental health and promote a sense of community.

Bayleys is proud to have partnered with The Sunrise Foundation, supporting its Operational Fund as a simple and lasting way to support local charities and organisations.

Established in 1875, membership of the Poverty Bay A&P Association is one of the highest in Aotearoa and continues to grow. Importantly, the Association aims to bring urban and rural communities together.

The Wairoa A&P Show celebrates and encourages excellence in the rural and agriculture sector and provides a fun day out for families.

Since 1964, Gisborne Boardriders has championed the sport of surfing in the region and created opportunities for people of all ages to discover the joy of riding waves.

Bayleys Gisborne strongly believes in giving back to the community that supports us. Apply for sponsorship from the team for your event or organisation.

The Eastland Rescue Helicopter Trust flies around 350 life-saving missions every year and provides a vital service to isolated East Coast communities.

Poverty Bay Junior Rugby helps kids discover New Zealand's favourite game with over 1,700 youngsters registered to play in over 70 teams.

Wairoa Athletic Rugby Football Club formed in 1939 and provides social memberships to for people to enjoy football, netball, rugby and squash.

For over 60 years, Ngatapa Rugby & Associated Sports Club has inspired sporting success and provided a welcoming culture for its members with positive role models.

Getting farmers off their farms and into the waves through Surfing for Farmers is a way to support their mental health and promote a sense of community.

Bayleys is proud to have partnered with The Sunrise Foundation, supporting its Operational Fund as a simple and lasting way to support local charities and organisations.

Established in 1875, membership of the Poverty Bay A&P Association is one of the highest in Aotearoa and continues to grow. Importantly, the Association aims to bring urban and rural communities together.

The Wairoa A&P Show celebrates and encourages excellence in the rural and agriculture sector and provides a fun day out for families.

Since 1964, Gisborne Boardriders has championed the sport of surfing in the region and created opportunities for people of all ages to discover the joy of riding waves.

Bayleys Gisborne strongly believes in giving back to the community that supports us. Apply for sponsorship from the team for your event or organisation.

The Eastland Rescue Helicopter Trust flies around 350 life-saving missions every year and provides a vital service to isolated East Coast communities.

Poverty Bay Junior Rugby helps kids discover New Zealand's favourite game with over 1,700 youngsters registered to play in over 70 teams.

Wairoa Athletic Rugby Football Club formed in 1939 and provides social memberships to for people to enjoy football, netball, rugby and squash.

For over 60 years, Ngatapa Rugby & Associated Sports Club has inspired sporting success and provided a welcoming culture for its members with positive role models.

Getting farmers off their farms and into the waves through Surfing for Farmers is a way to support their mental health and promote a sense of community.

Bayleys is proud to have partnered with The Sunrise Foundation, supporting its Operational Fund as a simple and lasting way to support local charities and organisations.

Established in 1875, membership of the Poverty Bay A&P Association is one of the highest in Aotearoa and continues to grow. Importantly, the Association aims to bring urban and rural communities together.

The Wairoa A&P Show celebrates and encourages excellence in the rural and agriculture sector and provides a fun day out for families.

Since 1964, Gisborne Boardriders has championed the sport of surfing in the region and created opportunities for people of all ages to discover the joy of riding waves.

The Super Power of Alicia Hoskin – Bayleys Gisborne Youth Ambassador

Bayleys Gisborne is founded on core pillars of People, Performance, Community and Relationships. We exist because of our Tairawhiti community and as an engaged community member, we seek to give back in numerous ways. In 2023 Bayleys decided to launch a youth ambassador in our district. Alicia Hoskin, Gisborne born and raised, is Bayleys inaugural youth ambassador. Alicia is an elite athlete, specialising in canoe sprint.

Alicia has plenty of possible superpowers she could claim, but instead this unassuming and very grounded Gisborne athlete prefers to encourage others to find theirs.

The 24-year-old has teamed up with Bayleys Gisborne to create a programme aimed at primary age children, to help inspire them to be the best version of themselves.

“I want every kid to understand that their difference is really valuable and special,” says Alicia “It was percolating in my mind and I started thinking about how I could encourage young people to really appreciate who they were, and help them see that their uniqueness can actually make a difference,” she says. “We are all super heroes who each bring a unique and different power – there’s not one that is better than the other.” She felt the best way to bring each superpower to the surface was not by comparing to anyone else but “discovering and staying true to our own superpower”.

For Bayleys Gisborne Director Simon Bousfield, partnering with Alicia made perfect sense. “She aligns with the values we have,” he says. “We are very community focussed and a lot of our sponsorships are with youth and helping them thrive. They are our future.”

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