Titahi Bay Volunteer Fire Brigade
Founded in 1945, the Titahi Bay Volunteer Fire Brigade currently has 20 volunteer Firefighters.
Porirua Little Theatre
The Porirua Little Theatre was founded in 1950 as the Titahi Bay Little Theatre by Ellinore Ginn in the recreation hall used by US Marines encamped at Titahi Bay during World War II. Today, the theatre has evolved into a community-supported non-profit theatre company, staging three to four productions each year.
Porirua Little Theatre is located at Whitehouse Road, Titahi Bay, New Zealand, although this building is currently being assessed for safety,
Titahi Bay Boating Club
The first Titahi Bay Boating Club was formed by a group of local boat shed owners, sailors and fishermen in 1952. The club’s first premises were located on the northern rocks however due to increased costs they moved to Onepoto which was more sheltered and a safer place for sailing. In 1966 the fishermen who were originally part of the Boating Club formed their own club and moved back to premises at Titahi Bay beach.
Titahi Bay Surf Life Saving Club
A Surf Life Saving Club has operated for over 40 years in the Bay. Today, the Titahi Bay Surf Life Saving Club is located at the centre of the beach.
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