A Category One Heritage NZ Site and one of the top 100 historic sites to visit in the country.

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A Category One Heritage NZ Site and one of the top 100 historic sites to visit in the country, Tolaga Bay Wharf is believed to be the longest wharf of its type in the Southern Hemisphere, standing where Captain Cook sailed to meet the Te Aitanga a Hauiti tribe when the Endeavour first reached New Zealand.

The Tolaga Bay Wharf is open to the public unless there are signs on-site that advise otherwise.
Location
Address:
Tolaga Bay
Opening Times
Business Hours:
Open all year round unless there are signs on-site that advise otherwise.

Months of Operation:
Facilities and Features
Proximity to Town:
3.5km's to the township of Tolaga Bay

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