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Jull Wharf

Aerial view of Jull Wharf 2009.Planning Started: 2003
Construction Started: August 2004
Completed: July 2006

Battered by a run of particularly heavy swells, the Jull Wharf catwalk was closed off in August 2004. The catwalk, which skirted a section of the Iron Pot in Napier's Inner Harbour, provided berthage for up to 10 boats.

Some years earlier, vehicle access to the wharf had been closed off because of the wharf's unsafe condition.

The original wharf and catwalk were demolished in 2006 and work undertaken on limestone armouring on the batter face and installing a 50-metre floating pontoon providing 10 berths.

The project cost about $550,000.

Jull Wharf Project Images

Jull Wharf construction in Ahuriri April 2006. Aerial view of Jull Wharf 2009.

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