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Walks and Tracks

 

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Pauanui
Pauanui

All tracks are signposted from the carpark. The tracks are formed but not marked. The view from the summit gives a stunning view of Pauanui.

Directions: The start for these tracks begins at the carpark at the end of Pauanui Beach...

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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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Pauanui

Remote NZ Journeys, with over 30 years guiding experience based on East Coast of Coromandel.

Tours from half day/ full days of the local Coromandel region and beyond, plus various packaged North & South Island tours.

We arrange tailor made...

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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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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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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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Thames Coast
Waiomu Kauri Grove

This track takes visitors to one of the best remaining stands of Kauri on the peninsula, and takes visitors through luxuriant and diverse forest - from Nikau to tree fern to Kauri. This is another historic walk that takes visitors...

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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.

The only company...

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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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Coromandel Town

Long Bay Beach is the closet beach to Coromandel Town.

Travelling 3 km northwest of Coromandel Town along MacGregors Bay and stunning scenery.

Depending on the tides it can be a short walk across the sand flats.

Access is from...

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