The Coromandel

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Walks and Tracks

Fresh air, spectacular views and a selection of walks to suit almost every level of fitness is what’s on offer to those keen to explore The Coromandel on foot.

Enjoy the sweet, fresh scent of native New Zealand plants, dense and damp under a lush green canopy, or take in the wide open Pacific Ocean vista dotted with islands off The Coromandel coast before heading down to an isolated bay or sweeping ocean beach.

Experience the many walks, trails and hikes throughout The Coromandel


Take a guided tour through the lush and historic trails around The Coromandel


A reminder of the once-thriving kauri industry are relics visible on various Coromandel walking trails. 


Step back in time, discover the past and get a feeling of the yesteryears on The Coromandel


Discover the untouhed beauty of The Coromandel including The Pinncales, one of New Zealand's great walks.


Base yourself around Coromandel Town and enjoy the many walks including the Coastal Walkway, the Kauri Block and world renoned New Chum Beach


From Kauri walks to historic trails as well as overnight tramps and beach walks, Thames offers a variety of walks for all ages


Enjoy Cathedral Cove walk, ruins in the Broken Hills area & the Wharekawa harbour Wildlife Refuge to name a few walks along the Eastern Coromandel.


Meander your way through old railway lines and tunnels, discover gold mining ruins or take a coastal hike, all accessible from the Southern end of The Coromandel



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