Kaiteriteri Beach - Swimming Water Quality

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Enterococci Results for the 2017-2018 Season

Water Temperature for the 2017-2018 season

It is recommended recreational users allow the water to clear before using the beach again after periods of heavy rainfall.

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About Kaiteriteri Beach

Kaiteriteri Beach is fifteen minutes drive north of Motueka.

This beach has the highest usage of any beach in Tasman District. During the peak Christmas-February period the beach has between 700 and 1500 visitors a day, with a season average of between 100 to 500 visitors a day.

The main recreational uses are swimming, waterskiing, kayaking and stand-up paddle-boarding. A pontoon is moored in the bay for swimmers to dive off. Care needs to be taken to swim only in the three designated swimming areas and not within the boat landing areas and water-ski lanes.

The water quality at Little Kaiteriteri beach is also monitored.

Little Kaiteriteri Beach Swimming Water Quality

Historic data for this site can be viewed from the Archive Data link above.

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Map of Site Location

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Tasman District Council has exercised all reasonable skill and care in collecting and displaying this information. However, the data is provisional, and may be incorrect until checked by staff. Data should be used with caution where there are safety, monetary, or operational consequences if the data is incorrect. Note also, the data may be changed at a later time.