Category:Tolaga Bay Wharf
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Tolaga Bay Wharf is believed to be the longest reinforced concrete wharf and jetty in an open roadstead in the southern hemisphere and when built it was considered daring to have attempted such a structure in an open dynamic marine situation rather than within a protected harbour. Several technical and design details ensured the structure was sufficiently stable and strong enough to withstand storms and large swells.
NZHPT Category I, registration number 3516.
|Location||Gisborne District, New Zealand|
|38° 22′ 58″ S, 178° 19′ 08″ E|
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