Pigeon Valley Fire Update 68 0800 Friday 22 February 2019
Wakefield prepare to evacuate notice lifted Civil Defence Group Controller Roger Ball has lifted the conditional re-entry status for Wakefield. The decision was possible because of the work that had been done in fighting the fire and means people living and working in Wakefield are no longer subjec...

Ports and wharves

Find out what you need to know about wharves and ports in the Tasman District.

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Council-owned facilities

Council owns, or has responsibility for, inspection and/or maintenance functions for four ports and wharves throughout the District.

  • Mapua
  • Riwaka
  • Tarakohe
  • Motueka (wharf now in private ownership).

Tasman District Council also owns 50% of Port Nelson Ltd, in a joint venture operation with Nelson City Council.

 

Habourmaster contacts
Commercial vessel operation
Fuel and water
Managing waste from boats
Navigation
Wharfage & berthage fees

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We own and manage several ports and wharves in the district.

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