Cheers to another year...

Cheers to another year...

We couldn't do it without you!


And just like that, we’ve reached our final newsletter of the year!

We want to say a very heartfelt thank you to everyone for your continued support. It means so much to us because it allows us to continue doing what we love - bringing quality fire and flow props, knowledge, and resources to our incredible flow family. We appreciate each and every one of you!

We'd like to wish you all a very safe and happy festive season. Be merry, spend some quality time with friends and whānau, spend some time doing something that brings you joy, be kind to yourselves and to others, and stay safe. We look forward to catching up again in the new year.


Our courier drop off days over the holiday period will be:
DEC - 27/28/29
JAN - 3/4/5


A big congrats to Payge, the winner of our final photo comp for 2023! Payge has scored a $50 voucher to use at Fire & Flow NZ. What an epic shot!

Thank you to everyone who entered - we can't say it enough - we absolutely LOVE seeing your flow content and creativity coming through, and we'll definitely be throwing more competitions your way in the new year.

If you haven't already, go and check out all the entries from our latest photo comp here. Don't forget to give us a like and a follow so you can get yourself into the next draw.



The Unlost Village
20-21 Jan

An eclectic travelling market making their way around the north island, the Unlost Village hosts traders and tinkers, foodies and fun makers!

Fire & Flow NZ will be at this awesome market next weekend, so come hang out with us, get your Christmas gifts sorted, grab a coffee, a bite, check out the awesome stalls, activities for kids, good vibes, and music.
Resolution NYE
29 Dec - 2 Jan
Auckland (Ariki Estate)

This epic wellness party takes celebration to a whole new level of fun and inclusivity. Say goodbye to the traditional norms and embrace a revolutionary approach to welcoming in the New Year!

An all-ages, family-friendly, alcohol-free NYE event with transformational wellness workshops and inspirational knowledge sharing during the day and an electric mix of live musicians and world-class DJs throughout the night.
30 Dec - 2 Jan
Auckland (South Head)

Ring in the new year in an unforgettable way with AUM, a three day, family-friendly, music and arts festival situated an hour north of Auckland on a deer farm.

AUM is 3 days packed full of music, art, market stalls, workshops and more! Already one of NZ’s cleanest festivals, AUM prides itself on being sustainable and zero-waste. AUM values inclusivity, safety, kindness, and originality, and this can be seen in their stats of previous festivals with zero arrests, zero violence and a zero increase in waste.
Twisted Frequency
30 Dec - 3 Jan
Tasman (Golden Bay)

A new year celebration like no other! Situated in the beautiful Golden Bay at the top of the South Island, Twisted Frequency is five days all about art, music, creativity, connection, happiness, and throwing safe, sustainable, epic parties!

There is general camping and quiet camping, a river on site, and a huge array of talks, workshops, yoga sessions, musical jam sessions, and of course flow jams, flow workshops, and fire spinning - you'll never be short of something to do!



We know many of you will be lighting up this holiday season and we want to make sure you're safe while doing so. Check out our Wick Care and Fire Safety Guide to ensure you get the most out of your wicks, and that you and those around you are kept safe while you spin so you can continue having fun with fire.


Here’s what Melanie from New Plymouth has to say about us:

Excellent! Fantastic service!
Loved the personalised note that you added and an awesome drawing too! Made our day! Now lives on our fridge.

Thanks Melanie. Stoked to hear we made your day!


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