Low Tide Kapiti

Ebb and flow Kapiti

Note: The actual time of low and high tide may differ from that indicated by LINZ below. Ebb and flow levels are determined by the moon phase and its course. Picture over the Waikanae estuary at low tide, Kapiti, Wellington, New Zealand. Beijing Beach at low tide. Beijing Beach at low tide.

Beijing Peka Tide Times & Tides Chart

The next tide in Paraparaumu is at, that's in from now on. The next low tide in Paraparaumu is at, that's in from now on. In Paraparaumu the clock is . For Paraparaumu, which is 10 km away, see the Paraparaumu tide map below. You are responsible for ensuring that the information is appropriate for the purposes for which it is collected and for checking the actual circumstances before carrying out any work.

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Cape Coast:Te Araroa - New Zealand's Trail

This 21km long route is almost flat and passes through some of the Kapiti District iconic areas - the Waikanae River, a muzzle and science reservation, Kapiti Island in sight of the beaches, Queen Elizabeth Park and the characteristic cafés and shops in Paraparaumu, Raumati and Paekakariki.

Continue down the river for 4.5 km. Continue along the real southern shore. Turn to your lefthand after 500m and walk through the Waikanae Estuary Scientific Reserve. In 15 minutes you will reach an older section of the Reserve Tracks that leads to Manly Street. Shortly before the buildings turn right and leave the village to go to another section of the Waikanae estuary scientific reserve.

Continue along the promenades over swamps, sanddunes and further to the shore. Turn to your lefthand (south) through amber Marine Reserve Dreiecke. The weather and the tide allow to keep the sandy beaches for 8 km to the north. A walk along the shore is secure and open to Queen Elizabeth Park, except during high tide; in this case use public streets that run alongside the shore.

Continue along the hilly Coastline Trail - the closest to the ocean - for about 1.5km to the pick nick and cloak area. Take a 100m tarmac turn to your lefthand (inland). At the next crossroads, turn right and continue for another 100 metres before you come back onto the Küstenweg. After about 1.8 km (the route is now closed) turn right to pass the pedestrian bridge.

Follow the parade for 1.7 km and then turn lefthand onto Beach Rd, Paekakariki's highway. On the right side of the crosswalk, go past the stores in the direction of the railroads.

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