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Whitianga

Whitianga heritage signs provide walkers with the opportunity to meander grassed and paved walkways around the town whilst stopping to read about historical sights along the way.

Starting from the Whitianga Wharf, walk north along the Esplanade and enjoy the...

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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
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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TripAdvisor rating: 4.5

TripAdvisor Traveller Rating: 4.5 based on 43 reviews.

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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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.

There are several...

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TripAdvisor rating: 4.5

TripAdvisor Traveller Rating: 4.5 based on 680 reviews.

Coromandel Town
Kauri Block

The Department of Conservation's newest development at Coromandel township is called The Kauri Block. It offers walkers a fantastic panorama of land and sea with a taste of Maori and Pakeha heritage.

Time: Two hours at a gentle pace, including the...

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Tairua
Puketui Valley

19kms south of Tairua at Hikuai is a turnoff to the right that takes visitors to a Department of Conservation area called Broken Hills, part of the Puketui Valley. Broken Hills has a number of walking tracks of varying lengths...

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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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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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Thames
Track to the Pinnacles Hut - DOC

A track steeped in Kauri logging history. Remnants of the logging days can be seen on the track and in fact, the track itself follows the old packhorse track that took supplies up to the kauri loggers working and living...

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