Whangamata Pontoon Extension and Main Wharf Repairs
Whangamata Pontoon Extension and Main Wharf
An extension to the Whangamata pontoon
will provide access for up to four extra boats. The $13,000
addition to the existing pontoon allows lower tide use for
small to medium boat owners and safer access for all
Urgent repairs on the Whangamata wharf have been
completed, with the replacement of three piles and flanges.
The cost of the repairs came to $23,000. "A review of the
coastal infrastructure right around the Coromandel is
underway," says Garry Towler, Area Manager for
"The review is long overdue,"
Mr Towler added. "The reason many people visit the
Coromandel is to get out on the water, so the condition of
the facilities needs to be fit for purpose and
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