Welcome to Kapiti Now

Tikotu Creek - Oct 2016

Photo: Bob Kattenberg

Kapiti College Rugby First XV

Winners 2016 Rosebowl.

Birds of Kapiti

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Paradise

Photo: Himiona Grace

Mt Ruapehu from Paraparaumu Beach

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Kapiti Island - Winter Sunset

Photo by Bob Kattenberg

I'm a leaf on the wind. Watch how I soar...

Photo by Karolina Stus

Kapiti vs Cardinal Newmans (Argentina)

Mazengarb Turf 1st March 2016

Kapiti Womens Triathlon

Feb 2016

Learn to Surf with Waikanae Surf Club

Girls can do anything

Kiteboarding

We love our wildlife

Go 'The Nua' !

Kiteboarding

Boating haven

We love our wildlife

The Waikanae Beach Carnival - Big Dig

Surfing and Beach fun

Significant landmarks

Kiteboarding fever

Awesome local entertainment

Awesome local entertainment

What a horrible place to live?

Photo: Bob Kattenberg

Walking the dog on the beach

The Kapiti Coast

The Kapiti Coast District stretches from Paekakariki in the south through Otaki in the north. It includes the towns of Te Horo, Waikanae, Paraparaumu, Raumati Beach, Otaki, and Raumati South, and smaller localities such as Reikeorangi, Emerald Glen, Lindale, Maungakotukutuku, Otaihanga, and Peka Peka.  READ MORE...

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Kapiti Now - Marketing Mastermind Group


 

The Kapiti Now Marketing Mastermind group meet on a monthly basis to see how they can help each other.  The objective is to create a marketing collaboration which multiplies our members chance of success. 

Find out more about our group HERE

Next Meeting: Salt and Wood Collective, Waikanae 11:30am, Thursday 15th December 2016 (Lunch)

Contact Us if you are interested in joining our project and this group.

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