Three new trustees were warmly welcomed to the Porirua Harbour Trust at its recent AGM. The three new trustees are Michael Player (Papakowhai), Helen Sligo (Johnsonville) and Phil Teal (Waikanae). This brings the current number of Trustees up to 11 with two Associate Trustees.read more
Need funding for your environmental project around Te Awarua Porirua Harbour and surrounding catchment areas? Greater Wellington Regional Council is looking for passionate community groups to apply for the Community Environmental Fund (2019/20). Groups can apply for up to three y…read more
The Porirua Harbour Trust is looking for new trustees, especially from the rural sector, Tawa to Johnsonville, Porirua and northern part of the catchment, to ensure that the health of our harbour is protected and improved while providing economic and cultural opportunities, now a…read 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.
Tawa School and Tawa Rotary place "Drain to the Sea" plaques to stormwater drains.7
Cannons Creek senior class cleaning up Onepoto Arm of the Porirua Harbour as part of Love Your Coast month, November 2013.8