Welcome to the Residents Society

Jack's Point Resident Owners Association

Jack's Point is a unique community set amongst 1,200ha (3,000 acres).  As a result your property at Jack’s Point differs to others in the Queenstown district in several ways. It is governed by the Jack's Point Residents Association (JPROA), or the Residents Society as it's referred to here.  As an owner, you are a voting member of the Residence Society and have an ownership in many of the communal facilities that make up Jack’s Point.

The communal facilities comprise of infrastructure assets: the road network, the water supply and wastewater systems, and communal amenities including the extensive reserves, farmed open space, walkways and trail network.

The Residence Society operates in a manner comparable to a local council and levies members for the cost of maintaining and operating the Society itself and the  communal facilities.   The rules governing the Society, how it is set up and operates, are set out within the Constitution.  The estimated levies are set out in the Statement of Levies.

Clubhouse Restaurant and Golf


The Jack’s Point Clubhouse Restaurant offers Society Members a locals discount - you can apply to become a member of the loyalty programme by either signing up at the Clubhouse or emailing a request through to  - restaurant@jackspoint.co.nz.


Members of the Society have access to the golf course.  Access rights to the golf course are permitted for 2 adults and 2 children per lot. 

Society Members can choose to join the Golf Club for a zero entrance fee and payments of an annual subscription or to enjoy discounted green fees (day rates).  Whichever option you choose, to take up your golf rights please complete the Golf Access Form and return it to the Society.  Those who wish to join the Golf Club, please complete and return the Golf Club Membership Application: Golf Access Form and Golf Membership Forms

The Committee

The Residential Precict of the Residents Society is governed by the committee, comprising the following members: Mike Coburn (chairman), John Turnbull,  Steve McIsaac, Jason Bartlett and James Patterson.

Key Contacts

Residents Society and Design Review Board Administrator - Kezia Evans
Email: kezia@darbypartners.co.nz
Operations Manager - Steve Murch
Email: stevem@darbypartners.co.nz
Committee Chairman - Mike Coburn
Email: info@jackspoint.com
Residents Society contact number
Telephone 03 450 2052

Resident Information

For other resident information, including utilities and services, click here.

Society Levies

The Society operates similar to council and levies members for its costs to manage and maintain the communal facilities and run the business of the Society.

Levies are set annually with the year running from 1 July to 30 June. Each year the Society will send you information on the next year’s levies and how they are made up.  Details of the Society Levies are set out in the Statement of Levies and explanatory notes.    

Levies are invoiced quarterly in advance. Interest and penalties are charged on late payments.  The JPROA has the ability to accept payment by Direct Debit, cheque or bank transfer.

Levy Invoice Dates:

1st Jan
1st April
1st July
1st Oct

Payment Due Dates:

20th February
20th May
20th August
20th November


Golf Course Maintenance Levies

The existence and ongoing maintenance of the golf course is an integral part of Jack's Point.  Golf Course Maintenance Levies are invoiced with your society levies but are passed directly onto the golf course.  

The Golf Course Maintenance Levies entitles Society members to access the Golf Course with the payment of either discounted green fees or an annual club membership subscription.  To take up golf access rights, members need to complete the Golf Access form and select whether they wish to play golf as a green fees player, taking advantage of the discounted green fees or become a member of the Golf Club (paying an annual subscription but no entrance fee).

Golf Club Membership Application and Golf Access forms can be found in the ‘Golf’ tab above.

The Society has secured the access rights via two Golf Course Encumbrances registered over the golf course land. The Golf Course Encumbrances, a copy of which is attached to the Constitution, provide Society members with, amongst other things, secure and ongoing rights of access to the golf course. The Golf Course Maintenance Levies are payable by all Members of the Society whether or not they choose to access their golf rights.

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