Tolaga Bay Wharf
Tolaga Bay Wharf is the most longer wharf in New Zealand.This 660 metre long wharf has been given national recognition as an "outstanding historical significance".
Tolaga Bay is a sleepy historic township. The region around the bay is rugged and remote, and for many years the only access to the town was by boat. Because the bay is shallow, a long wharf was built to accommodate visiting vessels. In the 1830s there was a thriving flax trade involving early European traders.
Now the Tolaga Bay Wharf become the excellent fishing spot.
Here some nice view of Tolaga Bay and the wharf: