Whitireia Road, Titahi Bay
The main entrance to the park is via Whitireia Rd Titahi Bay. Turn off State Highway 1 at Porirua and follow Titahi Bay Road, to the end of Main Road, turn right into Bay Drive and then left into Thornley Street. Thornley St becomes Transmitter St, then turn left into Whitireia Road to enter the park.
For more information about other entrances check the Getting there tab in left hand menu.
6am till Dusk
Dogs are welcome but must be kept under control at all times. Onehunga Bay is a dogs on lead area.
Total Fire Ban all year round. Fireworks are prohibited.
Park may be closed at any time due to weather.
We're creating a safe place for little blue penguins - please keep dogs on leads as penguin breeding season is June - Dec 2018 in Whitieria park. Onehunga Bay is a dogs on lead area as well so read more.
The unofficial entrance and track from the end of Richard street into the park has been temporarily closed due to the track becoming unsafe.
This piece of land is owned by Porirua City Council and we are awaiting a decision. For further information please contact Porirua City Council on +64 (04) 237 5089.
Members of the public are warned to keep out until further notice for their own safety.
The Pou area is also closed to vehicle traffic due to the extremely muddy and dangerous conditions. We have fenced off this area.
Whitireia Park is a headland with commanding views over Mana Island, Porirua Harbour and its surrounding area. The park comprises around 180 hectares of predominantly open space grasslands with a remnant patch of native bush. It provides leisure activities such as fishing, mountain biking, horse riding, rock climbing and walking. The park also provides a unique opportunity for people to undertake a variety of leisure activities in or on the water including swimming, kite surfing and diving.
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