Porirua Harbour Trust


Useful links to other websites and reports which provide further information on the catchment, the harbour and planned projects to improve the harbour environment.

Guardians of Pauatahanui Inlet   GOPI is a community group providing, among our other activities, information and hands-on care of the Inlet.

Pauatahanui Inlet Community Trust   PICT’s aim is to promote and help implement the Porirua Harbour Strategy and Action Plan, which was prepared to better manage the inlet in all areas (e.g. harbour activities, catchment and roading).

Living Waters  look at the 12 amazing DVD’s of the Harbour

Porirua City Council    This page describes the Porirua Harbour and Catchment Management Programme, and has reports, a literature review, and research documents and maps about the Harbour and Catchment.

There is also a link to frequently asked questions about the harbour and catchment FAQ’s

Wellington City Council   This page shows the environment and waste activities for Wellington City

Porirua Harbour report card available on line  this page is part of the Region wide state of the environment report.

Greater Wellington 

Greater Wellington Regional Council Porirua Harbour Programme see the harbour programme, updates and reports

Greater Wellington Porirua Harbour  further information through the Parks and Recreation site.

Greater Wellington – Flow Information for Porirua Stream:

Greater Wellington – Flow Information Johnsonville/Churton Park:

Greater Wellington – Porirua Harbour Strategy annual report  

Greater Wellington – Porirua Harbour broad scale survey    An update on sedimentation effects in the harbour

Can you swim in the Harbour – go to the GWRC website for the latest update on water quality.

Ngati Toa Rangatira    Go to the Ngati Toa website for more information about the Porirua Harbour and catchment which falls within their rohe.

Plimmerton Rotary video of the work completed to date on the Meandering Pathway (Te Ara Piko) around Pauatahanui Inlet

Healthy Harbours Porirua facebook page      A hands-on programme for schools, including field trips (harbour and stream) and classroom sessions

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