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Walks and Tracks

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Waihi

An easy but spectacular walk when you visit Waihi, is the Pit Rim Walkway.

The walk (or ride) begins at the Cornish Pumphouse and rises gently to the edge of the open pit for your first overwhelming peek into the...

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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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Coromandel Town

A little bay tucked away, absolutely perfect for swimming and relaxing.

Beautiful views out to the Whanganui and Motutapere Islands.

You can also take a short 30 minute bush walk up Kowhai Drive where you are rewarded with stunning views.

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Coromandel
Coromandel Coastal Walkway

Come and experience the breathtaking beauty of the Coromandel that most people never see!

4 days exploring The Coromandel on foot! Climb to the top of the incredible Pinnacles rock formations, hike the Coastal Track around the extreme northern tip of...

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Tairua
Sailors Grave

This grave is thought to be the oldest sailor's grave in New Zealand. Surrounded by a white picket fence, the lonely grave occupies a small part of the historic reserve and is maintained by the N.Z. Navy.

Sailors, sealers, and whalers...

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Thames

Whiritoa Beach is populated by kiwi baches and a general store. Found on the Pacific Coast Highway Whiritoa is a great place to fish, surf and snorkel.

It is also popular with photographers and artists who like to capture life...

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Whitianga
Whitianga Rock Walk

The walk begins at Ferry Landing Wharf, the oldest stone wharf in Australasia built in 1837, and continues on to the Maori Pa site and various other historical points of interest.

Take a meander yourself, or join a guided tour...

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Karangahake Gorge
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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The Coromandel

My Parx is a mobile app that lets you find and explore parks that interest you. Discover the secrets of The Coromandel through exploring up-to-date information, interactive maps, and personal guided tours.

My Parx is location-aware, so you can discover nearby...

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Pauanui

Pauanui Beach is one of the all time popular holiday spots on The Coromandel. During the weekend you'll find the beach busy with walkers, dogs, surfers, paddle boarders and sun bathers.

There are also protected dotterel birds that nest along...

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