The Coromandel

  • Coromandel Town

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    Coromandel Town

    With its relaxed, laid-back lifestyle, Coromandel Town attracts talented artists and craftspeople from around the country. Homegrown cuisine is in abundance and quirky kiwi creations will greet you throughout the town.

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  • Paeroa

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    Paeroa

    Paeroa is the self proclaimed Antiques Capital of New Zealand and home to the “World Famous in NZ” drink Lemon & Paeroa. Paeroa is a great base for exploring The Coromandel, the Karangahake Gorge and the Hauraki Rail Trail.

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  • Pauanui

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    Pauanui

    Pauanui, a purpose built holiday community on the east coast features the country's first canal housing development. Pauanui is only minutes away from beautiful bush walks and a popular surf beach. In addition, Tairua is only a short ferry ride across the harbour.

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  • Tairua

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    Tairua

    Tairua is a beach holiday resort on the east coast of The Coromandel. Tairua is only minutes away from bush and kauri grove walks, old mines and caves, and a safe swimming and surf beach. The holiday community of Pauanui is only a short ferry ride across the harbour.

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  • Thames

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    Thames

    Thames is a historical town situated 1.5 hours' drive from Auckland between the Firth of Thames and the majestic ranges of The Coromandel. A former gold mining boom town that once produced gold by the tonne.

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  • Waihi

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    Waihi

    With a gold mining history spanning three centuries, Waihi - New Zealand’s Heart of Gold - is one of the most famous gold mining centres in New Zealand. A still-operational gold mine and numerous mining relics ensure that Waihi remains a gold town to this day.

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  • Whangamata

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    Whangamata

    Few places say ‘summer’ like Whangamata. Whangamata is the quintessential surfing town. Its world class surf break and white sand beach are linked to the main street shops by a network of walkways which give the town a true ‘beach’ feel.

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  • Whitianga

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    Whitianga

    Home of the world renowned Cathedral Cove and Hot Water Beach, Mercury Bay is known for its endless marine experiences both on and under the water. Experience the magic and relax in the unspoilt playground of Whitianga and the Mercury Bay.

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  • Hahei

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    Hahei Beach

    The gateway to world famous Cathedral Cove and Hot Water Beach. Within these areas you can bathe in the natural thermal springs at Hot Water Beach, visit Cathedral Cove and explore the marine wildlife in the Hahei Marine Reserve.

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  • Auckland

    Auckland

    1.5 hrs to The Coromandel

  • Ferry

    Passenger Ferry

    2 hrs to Auckland

  • PCH

    Pacific Coast Highway

  • Hamilton

    Hamilton

    1.5 hrs south of The Coromandel

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Coromandel Town

With its relaxed, laid-back lifestyle, Coromandel Town attracts talented artists and craftspeople from around the country. Homegrown cuisine is in abundance and quirky kiwi creations will greet you throughout the town.

More

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Paeroa

Paeroa is the self proclaimed Antiques Capital of New Zealand and home to the “World Famous in NZ” drink Lemon & Paeroa. Paeroa is a great base for exploring The Coromandel, the Karangahake Gorge and the Hauraki Rail Trail.

More

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Pauanui

Pauanui, a purpose built holiday community on the east coast features the country's first canal housing development. Pauanui is only minutes away from beautiful bush walks and a popular surf beach. In addition, Tairua is only a short ferry ride across the harbour.

More

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Tairua

Tairua is a beach holiday resort on the east coast of The Coromandel. Tairua is only minutes away from bush and kauri grove walks, old mines and caves, and a safe swimming and surf beach. The holiday community of Pauanui is only a short ferry ride across the harbour.

More

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Thames

Thames is a historical town situated 1.5 hours' drive from Auckland between the Firth of Thames and the majestic ranges of The Coromandel. A former gold mining boom town that once produced gold by the tonne.

More

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Waihi

With a gold mining history spanning three centuries, Waihi - New Zealand’s Heart of Gold - is one of the most famous gold mining centres in New Zealand. A still-operational gold mine and numerous mining relics ensure that Waihi remains a gold town to this day.

More

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Whangamata

Few places say ‘summer’ like Whangamata. Whangamata is the quintessential surfing town. Its world class surf break and white sand beach are linked to the main street shops by a network of walkways which give the town a true ‘beach’ feel.

More

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Whitianga

Home of the world renowned Cathedral Cove and Hot Water Beach, Mercury Bay is known for its endless marine experiences both on and under the water. Experience the magic and relax in the unspoilt playground of Whitianga and the Mercury Bay.

More

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Hahei Beach

The gateway to world famous Cathedral Cove and Hot Water Beach. Within these areas you can bathe in the natural thermal springs at Hot Water Beach, visit Cathedral Cove and explore the marine wildlife in the Hahei Marine Reserve.

MORE

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Town and Regional Maps

The Coromandel is located on the Pacific Coast Highway - on the east coast of New Zealand's North Island, and is within an hour and a half drive of the major centres of Auckland, Hamilton, Rotorua and their international airports.

Getting around The Coromandel and its townships is easy with the maps below.

For driving directions view our location map.

  • Thames

  • Tairua

  • Coromandel Town

  • Whitianga

  • Pauanui

  • Whangamata

  • Waihi

  • Karangahake

  • Paeroa

  • Ngatea

  • Miranda (Seabird Coast)

  • Port Jackson

 

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