Cornwallis Wharf

Cornwallis Wharf

The Cornwallis Wharf in the Waitākere Ranges, Auckland, is a couple of kilometres further down the Karangahape Peninsula road from the Cornwallis Beach turnoff. The wharf dates back to 1927 and was reconstructed to its original length of 193 m in 1999 after a public fundraising appeal, hence the name plaques on the planks as you walk along it.

If you like fishing, this is also the place to hang out. There is a large grassy embankment above the cliff to the right south of the wharf.

On the right side of the wharf is Puponga Point, which offers wonderful views for a hike from the top.

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