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Walks and Tracks

 

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Waihi
Waitawheta Falls

The Waitawheta Tramway was constructed between 1896 and 1910 to transport kauri logs out of the Waitawheta Valley. The valley is another example of early pioneers pillaging the land and reminders of their activities still remain including the tramway. Today...

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Whangamata
Parakiwai Valley

This walk follows the old lower tramway track through a 20m tunnel and offers a number of old gold mining relics and a stunning waterfall at the end. There are a number of smaller walks which branch off the main...

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Whitianga
Cathedral Cove, Coromandel, New Zealand

Voted as one of the 102 Must Do's for Kiwi's

Accessible only on foot or by boat, famous Cathedral Cove is one of the “must visit” sites on The Coromandel. The track begins at the northern end of Hahei.

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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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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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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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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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Whangamata
Onemana sunrise, Whangata

Less than 10 minutes from the surf town of Whangamata is the secluded settlement of Onemana. Beautiful views of offshore islands, golden sand beaches and rocky inlets framed by Pohutukawa Trees are further enhanced by the pure escapism.

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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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Waihi
Karangahake Gorge

This fascinating walk follows the old Paeroa to Waihi railway line, with the remainder of the track following the banks of the Ohinemuri River. Old mine buildings and machinery can be seen from a number of locations along the walkway.

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