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Kia ora koutou katoa. You are invited to join our La Leche League New Zealand 2024 Conference which will be held in Cambridge at St Peter’s School, 19 -21st April 2024.

To purchase tickets,  please click here

We have chosen this date to align with the 60th anniversary of La Leche League New Zealand’s first meeting – 25th April 1964. The conference will be held at St Peter’s School in Cambridge,
Waikato, from the 19th to the 21st of April 2024, with a Health Professionals seminar day on the

Our 60th Anniversary conference is an opportunity for our members, past and present, to come together and celebrate our achievements. This is the first opportunity for all of our members
to join members to come together since 2018 as our conference has been on hold due to the COVID 19 pandemic.

  • What: LLLNZ 60th Anniversary Conference
  • Where: St Peters School, Cambridge
  • When: Friday afternoon to Sunday morning 19-21st April 2024
  • Keynote speaker: Pinky McKay
  • Price: Full Registration  (member $385, non member $460) – includes Saturday lunch and dinner
  • Accommodation: $128 –  2 nights, includes breakfasts

There is plenty of single bed accommodation with space for porta costs in the rooms.  However, if you are planning to attend with partners or multiple children you may wish to stay offsite.


Main conference programme: Please click HERE

Alumnae day programme: Please click HERE

Health Professionals day programme: Please click HERE

About the venue

The LLLNZ Conference 2024 will be held at St Peter’s’ School, Cambridge.

St Peter’s is an Anglican-affiliated school that is open to people of any religion, denomination, and background. It is the largest co-educational boarding school in New Zealand, now over 80 years old.

St Peter’s is located two minutes from Cambridge and 15 minutes from Hamilton. The 40-hectare campus is surrounded by the St Peter’s Dairy farm, providing a relaxed rural setting. The main buiding resembles a large English country home, set in manicured grounds hemmed with topiary.

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Pinky joined the Cambridge group of LLLNZ in the mid 1970s and became a leader in the Hamilton group in 1976.

She spent the next 20 years breastfeeding (5 kids). Pinky and her family now live in Melbourne, Australia, but she still calls New Zealand home.
Pinky McKay is one of Australia’s most recognised and respected breastfeeding experts.

She’s an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC), and best-selling author.

Pinky specializes in gentle parenting styles that honour mothers’ natural instincts to respond to their babies.

“LLL was my ‘home’ when I was a young mum floundering and confused against pressure to wean my first baby, went along to meetings in Cambridge when he was a year old to find out how to wean him – was SOO relieved to discover I didn’t have to DO anything that didn’t feel right.”

– Pinky McKay