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A view of Mana Island from Titahi Bay. Shows the surf conditions.
Titahi Bay is a suburb of Porirua in the North Island of New Zealand. It is located at the foot of a short peninsula along the west coast of the Porirua Harbour, to the north of Porirua city centre. The suburb's population in 2006 was 7,527.
Many scenes from the Taika Waititi movie Eagle vs Shark were shot on location in Titahi Bay.
Titahi Bay is one kilometre from end to end and forms a bay.
Surfing is a popular activity at Titahi Bay. Titahi Bay is a beach break that can be surfed on all tides and during periods of onshore winds is generally the time to go there.
The Titahi Bay Surf Life Saving Club is located in the centre of the bay.
The boat sheds at the northern and southern ends of the beach are often featured in photographs of the area.
The fossilised remains of a forest from the Pleistocene era are located at Titahi Bay and form an intertidal reef. The forest was dominated by podocarps and tree-ferns and dates from the last interglacial period 150,000–70,000 years ago.
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