Welcome to the Summer of the Mullet #summerofthemullet

How can you join us? 
1: By  VOTING and Sharing our Give A Little page
2: By getting mulleted with us! FUNDRAISE with Sponsorship for your own mullet: a-REGISTER here ( or scroll to bottom of this page)
b- download a sponsorship form here

JOIN Kiwi Rugby star Jack Goodhue, the man with NZ’s most famous mullet, and do GOOD with your mullet by REGISTERING below.

Jack is reaching out to all New Zealanders to ask for their help, and in return he will let NZ decide what to do with this New Zealand mullet masterpiece. That decision will be made on  Sunday 23 Feb at Mullet In The Park in Kerikeri.

But he wants New Zealand to have the Summer of the Mullet with him first. So grow that Mullet and do Good with Jack.


  • REGISTER. This is important so we can keep you updated with Jack’s news and info.
  • PHOTOGRAPH your mullet adventures and share to social media- Mullet fishing; mullet rugby; mullet cricket; mullet babies and mullet pets….Mullets for work, and mullets for play.
  • USE the hashtag #summerofthemullet.
  • TAG ‘Bald Angels’  in every post and you’ll be in to get Jack’s attention and WIN some fame.
  • CHALLENGE your colleagues, cuzzies and team mates
  • SHARE the mullet message to all your mates, work, whanau, club.

There will be prizes for awesome posts that TAG and LIKE us. Just check out our Facebook and Instagram pages for info.

Remember to use the hashtag #summerofthemullet every time

We have our huge  Mullet in The Park FREE Event for the whole family (Sunday 23 Feb Kerikeri) and Jack will be judging the prettiest, the fishiest, the longest, the oldest, and the maddest mullets of them all. (And much more-we will update you personally once you register)

Once again Northland will lead the world’s stage with a hairy event that says WE ARE THE WORLD’S BEST! (remember In 2015 Northland’s Bald Angels community won the GUINNESS WORLD RECORD for the most head shaves in one hour!)


Jack has been working with AngelMama and the Bald Angels team and is really passionate about supporting the work they do with the vulnerable young people in his beloved Northland community. The funds raised will help Bald Angels develop their kiwiMANA Kaiārahi Youth life skills programme, providing trained kaiārahi (life mentors)for at-risk youth; building their self-respect, life skills and resilience so that they can look forward to a path of hopefulness and sustainable health and employment. Changing their future-for GOOD.