We want a harbour that is the centrepiece of our
community culturally, recreationally and environmentally, and is:
Around 150 people mucked in and helped out at the clean-up of the harbour’s Onepoto Arm.3 Nov 2017
Cannons Creek students from Brandon Intermediate are helping young whitebait in Bothamley Park grow to maturity and flourish.25 Sep 2017
Completion of a new dune and wetland system to provide additional habitat for birdlife was a highlight in the Te Awarua-o-Porirua Harbour and Catchment Joint Committee’s annual report.15 Sep 2017
We are working hard to make sure our harbour and its catchment are healthy and protected. As well as having a nationally significant wildlife area, our harbour has cultural, recreational and economic (transport) values. We promote the sustainable use, protection and restoration of our harbour and surrounding catchment, facilitate research, and promote education.
Our performance indicators for this priority are: