The Kāpiti Coast is located approximately 45 minutes drive north of Wellington, New Zealand’s capital city. It has a vibrant community with many attractions and services for visitors and residents.
The Kāpiti Coast coastline is approximately 40 kilometres long. As well as being the location for significant urban development, our beautiful...
Biodiversity refers to the variety of living plants and animals on land, in fresh water and in the sea.
All New Zealanders are now asked to be prepared to manage on their own - or as a family group - for the first three days after a disaster. It can...
The support and development of the local Kāpiti economy is a key priority for Council. Having a strong, healthy engaged business community is...
The Kapiti Coast has a rich and colourful history that predates the 1820’s.
15 & 16 November 2014. Enjoy a wonderful weekend visiting studios, hubs and cafes full of Kāpiti Coast visual arts creativity.
Welcome to Kāpiti Coast Aquatics. If you're looking for exercise, recreation or swimming lessons, our pools can cater for you.
There are several maps available online for download or to view.
The Kāpiti Coast has a vibrant community with many attractions and services for visitors and residents.
The district has been described as a string of pearls spanning Paekākāriki, Raumati, Paraparaumu, Waikanae, Peka Peka, Te Horo and Ōtaki. Each...
Thank you to everyone who attended the 2014 Sustainable Home and Garden Show. It was a great success and we'd like to give a big shout out to our...
Kāpiti has a wealth of attractions for visitors, learn more here.
Kāpiti Coast District Council Contact Details
Kāpiti Coast District Council175 Rimu RoadPrivate Bag 60601Paraparaumu 5254
Phone: (04) 296 4700 Toll free: 0800 486 486Fax: (04) 296 4830 Email: email@example.com
View more contact details here including our business hours and Service Centres.