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Te Rewa Rewa Bridge

Coastal Walkway, New Zealand
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Awesome architecture

Not the biggest or the longest etc... but a beautiful sight... fantastic peice of engineering and... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
ZalaCraig H
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Beautiful piece of architecture

The Bridge itself is a marvel in it's own right, but the surrounding walkways are equally beautiful.

Reviewed 8 January 2018
phlatohi
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Auckland, New Zealand
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Not the biggest or the longest etc... but a beautiful sight... fantastic peice of engineering and integrated into the landscape perfectly... worthwhile visiting...

Thank ZalaCraig H
Reviewed 8 January 2018

The Bridge itself is a marvel in it's own right, but the surrounding walkways are equally beautiful.

Thank phlatohi
Reviewed 5 January 2018

Visiting this bridge is a must do when in New Plymouth. Not only is it a visual treat in itself but on a nice day it frames the mountain beautifully so is perfect for photos. Also, it is part of the Coastal Walkway. Don't miss...More

Thank insertnamehere26
Reviewed 1 January 2018

I've seen bridges before, so it ain't no thing for me. Still, if you're new to bridges, or have never been out of Taranaki - then go for it.

Thank Neal H
Reviewed 28 December 2017 via mobile

Located near camping grounds, golf course and surfing beaches. At the end of a long early morning walk from the Wave Wand the bridge sparkled in the morning sunlight. It looked like a "whale bone" structure from a number of angles. A local senior citizen...More

Thank ikipat
Reviewed 22 December 2017

We had visitors from England who found this excellent value to visit with the walk way there as well. The mountain was kind and showed himself so we were able to have a photo with hims well for them to take home. A wonderful place...More

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Reviewed 19 December 2017 via mobile

Near the end of the walkway this is a beautiful spot to enjoy the views of the river and bird life and vista's of Mount Taranaki on a clear day.

Thank ChiefsBTB
Reviewed 5 December 2017 via mobile

Easily accessible and short walking distance to the bridge from the car park. On a clear day, you will be able to see Mt Taranaki, nicely framed by the bridge. Worth visiting.

Thank ZeeQC
Reviewed 30 November 2017

At one of the ends of New Plymouth's coastal walkway close to recreation areas and playing fields, this is just an amazing sight. Save the whales!

Thank jobst56
Reviewed 19 November 2017

Te Rewa Rewa Bridge is a newish tourist attraction in New Plymouth, completed in 2010. The design is amazing and the way it frames Mt Taranaki (when there are no clouds) is stunning. It's a ten-minute drive north of New Plymouth and well worth a...More

Thank Joy H
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