Porirua Harbour Trust

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Future for the Harbour looks Muddy

4 Apr 2018

The Porirua Harbour Trust has completed the fifth comprehensive “State of the Harbour” scorecard which reports on progress toward improving harbour condition and returning it to a healthier and more resilient state. In releasing the fifth annual scorecard the Chairperson of the P…read more

Great Event in Sea Week

2 Mar 2018

Get out and have a great experience in Sea Week http://mountainstoseawellington.org/seaweek-explore-whitireia-coast-snorkels/  read more

Caritas Oceania "Turning the Tide" Report

4 Oct 2017

Caritas Oceania released a report today which is very compelling about the need to turn the tide and enable Pacific Islands, including New Zealand to plan for the inevitable sea rise and the effects. go to http://www.caritas.org.nz/state-environment for more information.read more

Latest Activities View more

19 Nov 2016

Amazing art exhibition and puppet shows through until the 4t…read more

19 Nov 2016

This amazing free puppet show and workshop is on today at 1p…read more

4 Nov 2014

The Annual clean up of the intertidal zone for the Porirua S…read more

Catchment View more


The Porirua Harbour catchment includes all of that area of Wellington and Porirua City where water flows via streams, lagoons and lakes into the Porirua Harbour. This includes the Johnsonville, Churton Park and Tawa catchments that flow down Porirua Stream and its many tributaries; the Whitby, Judgeford, Pauatahanui and Paekaeriki Hill catchments that flow into the Pauatahanui Inlet; the streams in Kenepuru, Elsdon, Porirua East, Takapuwahia and Titahi Bay that flow into the Onepoto Arm; Pukerua Bay and Plimmerton that flow into the Harbour Entrance and Aotea, Papakowhai that flow through the lagoons into the harbour.

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