Location: Mana Cruising Club, Ngatitoa Domain (off Pascoe Avenue), Paremata, Porirua 5024

Meetings held on Tuesdays 5.45pm for 6.30pm start




Story from Whitby Newsbrief August 2014 pg 16.




Rotary Book Fair

NZ Kennel Club, Prosser St, Elsdon, Porirua

Saturday and Sunday 22nd - 23rd March 2014 from 9am - 4.30pm both days.

Your donation of good condition pre-loved books, CD's and DVD's will benefit:

Please drop off books that you are able to donate at the Professionals Real Estate Offices at:

  • Whitby Mall, Whitby
  • 3 Lydney Place, Porirua or
  • 10 Mana Esplanade, Paremata




Story from Whitby Newsbrief, October 2013 pg 24.

Trifecta for Te Ara Piko Pathway

The Te Ara Piko Pathway around the Pauatahanui Inlet is rapidly becoming a highly awarded project, with further recognition now in the Wellington airport Regional Community Awards.

The trifecta of awards began in 2011, with the Recreation Volunteers Award in the Encore Awards. In 2012 Porirua City Council received a highly commended award for Excellence in Compliance for Te Ara Piko. This award recognised Greater Wellington consent holders who exceeded their compliance requirements to reduce or avoid adverse effects on the environment.

In August this year, Plimmerton Rotary won the Heritage and Environment Category of the Wellington Airport Regional Community Awards for Te Ara Piko Pathway at a prestigious awards ceremony held at Pataka in Porirua.

The idea of having a pathway around the Pauatahanui Inlet was first mooted in 2000, but it was not until 2005 that any visible work was evident and the vision was named the Te Ara Piko Pathway. The project has been developed jointly between Plimmerton Rotary and the Porirua City Council.

Ron Lucus (read story below), President of Plimmerton Rotary said that it was "special" to have been nominated for this award by Porirua City and that, by receiving it, the work of both project partners was recognised.

This project is unique in that it is jointly undertaken by a territorial authority and Rotary with the objective of giving everyone access to a beautiful part of Porirua City for generations to come.

Eventually, the pathway will make its way around the Pauatahanui Inlet but already the completed sections are proving to be well used and as the pathway mellows, the attention paid to heritage and environmental values as recognised by the Wellington Airport Regional Community Award 2013 is becoming increasingly evident.


 Story from Whitby Newsbrief July 2013 pg 3.

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