Titahi Bay Beach Clean Up
Titahi Bay, Wellington

Titahi Bay, Wellington
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Departs from:
Titahi Bay Beach access via Richard Street, pubic toilets near 21 Bay Rd
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Titahi Bay is a beautiful one kilometre long beach in Porirua.  The legendary Polynesian navigator Kupe landed at Komanga Point, 3 kilometres west of Titahi Bay, leaving an anchor stone which today can be seen at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa. The area was settled by Maori for many years before the arrival of Europeans, and several pa sites are located nearby. The name Titahi means Ti: cabbage tree and Tahi: one. 

Plastic is the most prevalent type of marine debris found in our ocean. Plastic debris can come in all shapes and sizes, but those that are less than five millimeters in length (or about the size of a sesame seed) are called microplastics. Microplastics are mistaken as food by birds and marine creatures which can make them very sick. 

What you can do to help - join us 8am - 10am for a clean up of the beach. Your knoweldgeable team leader will then take you for a guided walk before heading back to check out the festivities. 

We provide: an experienced team leader, tools, gloves, health and safety management and training. 

What to wear/bring: sturdy boots, long sleeves and pants, a hat/beanie, waterproof jacket, water bottle and food.

Free transport from Wellington and Porirua City Centres - bookings essential. Returning to Wellington around 2-3pm. Register by emailing wellington@cvnz.org.nz or click "book now" below!

Join this project

7th March 2020
Cost: On projects which include an overnight stay, a volunteer contribution towards costs of meals, accommodation and transport is required – from From $40.00 for 2 days
* single day bookings are FREE
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Contact us

For more information, or for help with your booking, please contact the Melrose, office on 02187 8185 or email wellington@cvnz.org.nz