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Porirua Harbour Strategy

The Trust has considered the broader Porirua Harbour Detailed Action Plan as signed off by the three councils and Ngati Toa in mid 2012 and has identified those actions which the Trust can assist and contribute too. The attached Detailed Action Plan identifies those specific acti…read more

PHT Action Plan

The Trust has now approved the second strategic plan which runs from 2015 – 2017. This follows on from the original Strategic Plan. The Action Plan has specific actions for the 2015 – 17 years and it should be read in conjunction with the wider Detailed Action Plan which is our f…read more

Latest News

Annual Reports for 2013 At the AGM held on the 15th September, Grant Baker was re-elected as Chair of the Trust for a further year. In tabling the Annual Report and Financials, Grant highlighted the progress with the Action Plan to date and identified in his report the key projec…read more

Lagoons and Lakes

There are various lakes and lagoons throughout the catchment. Lagoons, which are tidal, include Aotea Lagoon, the Papakowhai Lagoons and Okowai lagoons. They have all been formed as a result of the motorway changes in the 1960’s and or subdivision work, they collect water from Ao…read more

Previous Trustees

Trustees that have been involved with the Trust and completed their time or resigned are: Ngaire Best 2011 – 2013 (represented Wellington City Council) Wiremu Wineera 2011 – 2013 (representing Ngati Toa) Liz Kelly 2011 – 2013 (representing Porirua City Council) George Elkington 2…read more

Trust Deed

The Trust Deed signed on the 11th March 2011 provides information on the Porirua Harbour, names of the original trustees, the regulations governing the trust and the trust’s objectives. Download and view the Trust Deed – 683kb pdf (13 pages) Trust Deed Signing Ceremony with the …read more

Latest Activities

23rd February – Next Porirua Harbour clean up – meet at the Pirates Cove Wineera Drive at 2.30pm for instructions. You will need gumboots or shoes that you are prepared to get wet and muddy. Hi-viz vests will be provided along with gloves.   23rd February – Storm water plaque pro…read more

Resources for Teachers

Nau mai, haere mai – Welcome Teachers! This page provides links to educational resources about Te Awarua-o-Porirua Harbour, as well as other supporting documents and information for teachers. The information will be updated regularly, and we welcome feedback from teachers and oth…read more

Presentation on PHT

Attached is a powerpoint presentation which can be used for presentations to groups, community etc… If you would like a presentation from the Trust on our activities please contact us through the email address available. Powerpoint presentationread more


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 ha…read more

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