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Feb 01

Maintenance work on Cardiff Bay tree

The landmark ‘Tree in the Bay’ willow needs to be cut back (coppiced), as recent inspections have revealed that its base has started to decay and become unstable. Specialist tree surgeons from Cardiff Council’s Park Services department will be carrying out the work in early February. The willow is the fastest... read more →
Dec 19

Dreaming of a White Water Christmas

If you’re searching for a Christmas present with a difference, look no further than gift vouchers for Cardiff International White Water. Located near the city centre, the exciting, on demand watersport facility offers adrenaline-fuelled activities including White Water Rafting, Indoor Surfing and Air Trail. The vouchers start from just £10... read more →
Dec 19

Records set at Welsh Indoor Rowing Championships

Cardiff Bay Water Activity Centre and Channel Leisure recently hosted the 18th annual Welsh Indoor Rowing Championships at Channel View Centre in Cardiff. Participants travelled from as far afield as Bilbao, Spain, for the popular tournament, which pits rowers against each other and the clock, as they battle it out... read more →
Oct 31

Cardiff Bay ranked in top UK autumn attractions list

TripAdvisor has named Cardiff Bay as the fourth top trending attraction in the UK to visit this autumn. The international travel site’s attractions trend index reveals the places that have seen the greatest increase in traveller interest, based on year-on-year (YoY) search activity. The Bay, which boasts a spectacular waterfront,... read more →
Oct 13


In 12 months’ time the 13th edition of the Volvo Ocean Race will set off from Alicante on an immense race around the world, visiting 11 cities across five continents – and for the first time in its history it’ll stop in Cardiff/Wales! 10 FAST FACTS ABOUT THE VOLVO OCEAN... read more →
Aug 09

Welsh Learners of the Year awarded

An Environment Officer from Cardiff Harbour Authority (CHA) has been crowned Welsh Learner of the Year – Intermediate Level by Cardiff University’s Welsh for Adults centre. Sam Eaves was awarded with a trophy at a ceremony at Yr Hen Lyfrgell in Cardiff. She started learning Welsh five years ago after... read more →
Jun 09

Respect the water

Cardiff Harbour Authority wants all residents and visitors to enjoy their time in Cardiff Bay, but we are urging people, particularly children and teenagers, NOT to swim anywhere other than in purpose-built, supervised swimming pools. Whilst the Bay may appear an inviting place to swim, entering the water can have deadly consequences and... read more →