The Hutt River upstream of Silverstream Bridge is located in the middle upper reaches of the Hutt River.
This site is monitored as a part of Greater Wellington Regional Council’s Recreational Water Quality Programme, which is specifically designed to inform the public about the suitability of various sites across the region for swimming and other recreational activities. This site is monitored for toxic algae only.
Can I Swim Here?
Recreation information has moved to the "Can I Swim Here?" section of LAWA
Some sites have telemetry monitoring systems in place that can provide up to the minute data. At
this site the following live data measurements are available. Click on the data type for more information.
Live data has not been checked for accuracy before displaying. To give you an idea about how much water that is, 0.7 cumecs (m3/sec) would fill an Olympic swimming pool in an hour. A flow of 42 cumecs (m3/sec) would fill the same pool in a minute.
The Environmental Data produced by this page should be used as a guide only. LAWA takes no responsibility for the accuracy of information presented, and accepts no liability for actions taken of others based on this information.