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The Balclutha Road Bridge, which spans the Clutha River in Balclutha, South Otago, New Zealand, is one of the best-known road bridges in New Zealand's South Island.

South Island, Balclutha, Otago, New Zealand Dunedin & Otago
    Otira Viaduct.

    A viaduct is a particular type of bridge. A viaduct usually spans the gap between two high points of land and does not always cross a river.

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    State Highway 73, Arthur's Pass, Canterbury, New Zealand Fox Glacier & West Coast

      This historic 1928 single-lane, single-span road bridge 47km from Opotiki, is a fascinating rare survivor of the earliest days of motor touring in New Zealand.

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      6377 Waioeka Rd, Bay Of Plenty, New Zealand Gisborne & Eastland

        The Mohaka Viaduct is the highest railway viaduct in Australasia, standing 97m above the Mohaka River.

        3915 State Highway 2, Raupunga, New Zealand Napier & Hawke's Bay
          By  42371658@N00 on Flickr

          Restored railway bridges and historic train tunnels are just some of the highlights on this old rail route that once carried passengers up the Rimutaka Incline. You can walk or cycle it.

          Cross Creek Road, Featherston, Wairarapa Masterton, Wairarapa

            A pedestrian tunnel leads 205 metres inside the hill to the elevator which rises 66 metres. A walkway beside the elevator tower offers an alternative route descending 191 steps to the City Bridge.

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            Putiki Drive, Wanganui, New Zealand Manawatu, Whanganui
              By  fortymillionsheep on Flickr

              While you’re driving on the Opotiki to Gisborne highway, stop off for a photo opportunity at historic Tauranga Bridge, which spans the Waioeka River. It’s the only surviving harp suspension bridge left in New Zealand.

              State Highway 2, Opotiki Gisborne & Eastland
                By  gibbisons on Flickr

                Arapuni Dam Walk & Arapuni Suspension Bridge

                Arapuni, New Zealand Hamilton & Waikato

                  The story goes that a runaway sailor called Batteyn Norton was track cutting for a pioneer settler in the Motueka Valley in 1885 when he found traces of gold...

                  880 Baton Valley Road, Motueka Valley, New Zealand Nelson Region

                    It's called Te Matau a Pohe, or "The Fishhook of Pohe", and once you see it, it's easy to understand how new bridge got its name.

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                    Te Matau A Pohe, Dave Culham Drive, Whangarei Northland

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