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Your marketplace of inclusive events, activities and services. 

Ready for fun and family-friendly activities this summer?

Check out Rotorua's 3D Trick Art Gallery where you'll find yourself in scenes straight from your imagination. Or book into a guided tour of Heritage Farm to visit some of New Zealand's favourite farm animals. Start 2022 off with fun new memories you'll be talking about for months!

Create your free account and book today!

Skillet helps you find accessible recreation and book from a range of household services (e.g. cleaning). 
Our community is made up of Kiwis with diverse disabilities, older New Zealanders and families. We work with outstanding groups across New Zealand, like Rotorua Duck Tours, to improve accessibility and inclusion for all. 

If you're ready to hop aboard a Duck Tour, create your free account and book your place today!

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Please note that while some events and activities are on hiatus until COVID restrictions are eased, Skillet has a range of in-home services that Aucklanders can book now. Read more about our members using the button below. 

What can Skillet do for you?

Our community is here for you. Whether you need someone to take care of the garden, to repair a plumbing leak or you're looking for inclusive events in your area, we're here to help.


It should only take seconds of your time to book the services, events and activities you're interested in, so we’ve created Skillet: a marketplace for ease, accessibility and speed. 

Is there anything you need done in the days ahead?


Check us out. See how we can help.

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Learn about our community

About our members

Skillet was built for inclusion. Our platform was co-designed by our community: Kiwis with disabilities, older New Zealanders and whānau. 


We're also made up of businesses in a range of sectors: plumbers, gardeners, cleaners, personal trainers and recreation. Some of us identify as disabled or have family members with disabilities. Others are in our senior years. And we’re all working hard toward a New Zealand with improved accessibility, high standards of service and dignity – for all Kiwis. 


Take a look at some of the spaces in which we work. 

Our partners

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