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Te Rewa Rewa Bridge

Coastal Walkway, New Zealand
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Stunning piece of architecture

This bridge is a key feature on the coastal walkway, and is worth visiting even if you don't feel... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Rick M
Wellington, New Zealand
Very attractive bridge

We had time for only a short walk on the Coastal Walkway but wanted to ensure we included this... read more

Reviewed 4 May 2017
Mellons Bay, Auckland
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Coastal Walkway, New Zealand
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Reviewed yesterday

This bridge is a key feature on the coastal walkway, and is worth visiting even if you don't feel like walking the 5km or so from the city. It looks like a the spine and ribs of a whale, and it is perfectly positioned so...More

Thank Rick M
Reviewed 4 May 2017

We had time for only a short walk on the Coastal Walkway but wanted to ensure we included this bridge. As you approach along the Walkway it just looks like any white bridge, but when you get close you can see it's anything but. A...More

Thank Doffo
Reviewed 1 February 2017

Beautifully situated, the bridge opened in 2010 and provides foot and cycle access across the Waiwhakaiho River. Very attractive and unusual design and well worth a photo or 3 or 4. As well as being adjacent to the river and nearby coast, it is also...More

Thank Allan O
Reviewed 29 January 2017

You can drive to within a short walk of this bridge and park up at one of the various spots around/near Peringa Park, which is in the Fitzroy area. Or of course you can walk/run/cycle to the bridge via the coastal walkway. Take some photos...More

Thank Found_Lost_Key
Reviewed 29 January 2017

Beautiful construction and looks like the ribs of a huge Whale. The coastal cycle track passes through it, but this can be reached by walking as well.

Thank Doreen C
Reviewed 23 January 2017 via mobile

Its out of my expectation that there has not much details about the bridge around the site. We just stop for a photo.

Thank LilyChak
Reviewed 21 January 2017 via mobile

Amazing bridge, overlooking the Tasman sea and Lake Rotomanu. Great to take the family down for a walk along the walk way. Absolute Taranaki icon.

Thank eth_griff
Reviewed 20 January 2017

Nice bridge with a beautiful view of Mt. Tarakini. We didn't get on the walkway though, but looking at the gear other people bought it probably was quite long. Overall quite a beautiful place to visit.

Thank EpicMegaKiller e
Reviewed 15 January 2017

Te Rewa Rewa bridge is a stunning design and it is in a beautiful coastal location... the photos say it all!

Thank Billton
Reviewed 8 January 2017

Interesting architecture design for bridge. you can drive to car park 2 minute walk from bridge or walk from any were on walkway. Walk or cycle from bridge towards bell block you see: farm land, sometimes horses in paddock, whitebait fishermen in season, black sand...More

Thank nzkiwiwoman
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