The Manukau Harbour is NZ's most important habitat for shorebirds. How are critical bird feeding areas affected by wastewater discharges?
Does urban growth in southwest Auckland around Clarks Beach,Kingseat and Waiuku mean more sewage for the Manukau?
The harbour lacks an authority to ensure its future long term well being.
AND MANGROVES: Oyster shells make our beaches dangerous for people and pets. Mangroves are spreading rapidly, destroying habitats and access.
The Manukau was an important nursery for snapper and shellfish. How can their populations be increased and quality and safety improved?
A strategic asset critical for making the harbour more accessible has untapped potential for ferries, fishing fleet facilities, public and commercial use.
Transmission lines blight the foreshore and adjacent communities. Is undergrounding the answer and who should pay?
Boat ramps, jetties and wharves must be rebuilt to provide access to the water as more people in Auckland want to use the harbour.
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The Manukau Harbour Restoration Society (MHRS) was formed in 2011 by Auckland residents living around the harbour committed to improving the condition of the harbour and its environs.
PO Box 13273 Onehunga Auckland 1643
+64 (9) 634 3376
Friends of the Manukau Harbour
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