Welcome ...

... to Otago/Southland Regional Bridge, and to the Scenic South.

We have more to offer than Bridge. When you are not playing your favourite card game, take in the sights, or the adventure activities, or visit the wineries of Central Otago.

If you are in the area and feel like a game of bridge, try one of our affiliated clubs.

Want to learn bridge in the Otago Southland Region?

Bridge lessons are starting soon near you:

WhereStartingPhone contactWeb/email
AlexandraTuesday 3 April, 7pm022 403 1416Club website
BalcluthaThursday 5 April, 7pm03 4139606Club website
CromwellThursday March, 7pm021 02315238Club website
DunedinWednesday 28 February, 7pm
Friday 2 March, 10am–noon
02102391642Details and online enrolment
GoreTuesday 10 April, 7pm03 2064567Club website
InvercargillWednesday 11 April, 7pm03 217 4948Club website
MiltonMonday 19 March, 7pm0274391877Club website
OamaruTuesday 13 February, 7pm
Friday 16 February, 10.30–noon
0272637286 or 03 4348894Club website
QueenstownThursday 22 February03 4414460Email
TaieriTuesday 6 March0274118912Club website
Te AnauLate June03 2498291Club website
WanakaTuesday 13 February, 7pm03 4437877Club website
West Otago (Tapanui)Tuesday 27 February03 2048936Club website
WintonWednesday 4 April, 7pm03 2367316Club website

For a taster of the game

see this YouTube video

The clubs below are yet to confirm their lesson details for 2018 — please
contact them directly:

Maniototo Bridge Club (Ranfurly)03 4449231Club website
East Otago Bridge Club (Palmerston)03 465 7503Club website

The Regional Committee

Otago/Southland Regional Bridge is run by a Regional Committee (see current members).

The functions of the Regional Committee are: The Regional Committee does not aim to arrange or organise bridge at the individual club level.