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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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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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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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Tairua
Twin Kauri Reserve

On the right hand side (heading north) on the main road north of Tairua are two stunning Kauri trees standing side by side. These two Kauri trees, known as the Twin Kauri’s, are easily accessible and well worth the photo...

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Thames

Bike & Hike the Coromandel with Sunkist.

CYCLE the renowned Thames Coast, Coromandel's Rail Trail and the northern Coromandel Pohutukawa lined gravel roads. Or hire a bike to cycle around the heritage sites of Thames.

HIKE 'The Pinnacles' with Sunkist,...

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Paeroa
Karangahake Gorge, Paeroha, New Zealand

Voted 51st of the 101 Must Do's for Kiwis!

Many Kiwi’s will have driven through the breathtaking Karangahake Gorge but few will have ventured into the walkways, old tunnels and discovered the rich history hidden in the gorge.

The Karangahake Gorge historic...

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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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Waihi

Karangahake Tunnel loop walk takes you along the Ohinemuri River and over the lower Waitawheta River where you will be amongst New Zealand native flora.

A stunning surprise towards the end is the 1100m walk through the old railway tunnel,...

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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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Whangamata
Luck at Last Mine

A well sign posted track in the forest provides a scenic walk to old gold mine ruins where you can view old mining relics.

Winding through a scrubby harvested forest landscape, the initially unformed track soon descends to the old level...

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