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Tairua
Paku Hill

A relatively short walk and visitors will be rewarded with spectacular 360-degree views. Displays are placed at the summit identifying parts of the panorama and rich history of the area.

Directions: From Tairua town centre follow Manaia Road, turn right into...

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Thames

The Kauaeranga Valley was once filled with magnificent kauri trees. From the 1870s to the 1920s, this area was extensively logged for its kauri.

At first the easier slopes near Thames were logged and the kauri milled locally. During the...

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Whitianga
Shakespeare Cliff

This walk will take you through the historic cemetery at Ferry Landing and on past Front Beach and Flaxmill Bay before reaching Shakespeare Cliff. There is a plaque at the lookout commemorating Cook observing the transit of Mercury in 1769.

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Coromandel Town
Coromandel Adventures

Welcome to your Coromandel Adventure

Coromandel Adventures is here to make sure your time on the stunning and historic Coromandel Peninsula is an unforgettable experience, with great memories and stories you’ll enjoy telling all your friends about.

The Coromandel is a brilliant...

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Tairua
Tairua

Tairua, which means ‘two tides’, has a long and colourful history.
Its sheltered harbour was one of the first places in New Zealand to be settled by Polynesians. They found it an ideal spot for hunting moa.

Two short walks,one heading north...

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Whangamata
Opoutere

A great area for bird watching enthusiasts as at the southern end of the beach the Wharekawa harbour Wildlife Refuge protects a breeding area for New Zealand dotterel and the variable oyster catcher.


Directions: From Whangamata drive north on SH25 for...

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Waihi
Karangahake Gorge

Beginning at the Confluence of the Ohinemuri and the Waitawheta Rivers, this walk takes you up the Waitawheta River through the Waitawheta Gorge Tunnels to the remains of the Woodstock Pumphouse (take a torch), and then across the suspension bridge...

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Whitianga
Cooks Monument

In 1769 Cook made landfall in New Zealand at a place south of what we know today as the Mercury Bay. He then headed north and anchored at Cooks Beach, where he spent a few days and observed the transit...

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Whitianga
New Chums, Whitianga, New Zealand

Hidden away from the masses and the intrepid traveller will find ‘New Chum Beach’, voted as one of the world's top 10 beaches.

New Chum beach embodies 'The Coromandel good for your soul' This protected beach has no buildings, no roads,...

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Coromandel Town

Kauri Grove......

A spectacular grove of kauri trees. These Kauris have been protected since before the turn of the century and are truly magnificent. The track is very well formed with footbridges and boardwalks, which take you close to the trees....

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