Cement Works

4.316 Votes
  • Address: 79/133 Wilson Rd S, Warkworth 0981, New Zealand
  • Tags: Ancient Ruin, Family And Kids

Located on the banks of Mahurangi River in the city of Warkworth, check out the interesting Cement Works which is considered as an Industrial ruin of New Zealand. This place will intrigue you with its interesting historical background and the present condition it is in. Check out the ruins of the buildings which were made in concrete back in 1930s’. Though they are fenced off from visitors, you can round these buildings off and check out the small yet picturesque lake which is mainly used for swimming by the locals and tourists alike. A nice place to enjoy a day out with family and friends, Cement Works will definitely steal your heart! 

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  • Love this local historic location. So beautiful all time of year. I go all the time as I am lucky enough to live only a few minutes ago. This site most definitely needs to be preserved so that it doesn't deteriorate anymore than it already has.

  • Hell yes. Awesome place. It has become one of my favorite spots to stop at during a working week. Great location for an outdoor office.

  • I have been swimming here ever since I was a wee sproglette and it is by far my favorite place to swim. Take a pick nick and some sun block, and you can look forward to the kids sleeping on the way home. One word of caution, the water is very deep so if your not a strong swimmer take flotation aids.

  • Lovely park for a walk and has a nice spot to go swimming also.

  • Interesting, but it's old concrete. Needs more info boards to enthuse.

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