21st February 2020
Over 500 railway sleepers from the old Matapihi Railway bridge, over 80 lanterns imported from Italy, themed furniture to complement the heritage of the street and a passionate desire to create a unique, dining precinct for all to enjoy and to enrich the city centre has come together to create the Wharf Street Dining Precinct.
While the initial set up of the new precinct was just the first stage the project team behind it were delighted with the outcome, but the initiative simply wouldn’t have happened without the energy and commitment of the stakeholders who have worked to bring this to life. Priority One, Aotea Electric, Rutherford Signs, the Tauranga City Council team, the business and property owners on the street, Carrus, Tuskany Agency and Archistudio all worked tirelessly with Mainstreet Tauranga to bring this street transformation to life and we are immensely grateful for their support.
If you're looking for a great spot for breakfast, lunch or dinner, make sure you check out this great 'hotspot'...the Wharf St Dining Precinct.