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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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Thames
The Pinnacles, Thames, New Zealand

One of New Zealand's best overnight walks.

The Pinnacles can be done in one day but then you'd miss the epic sunset and sunrises.

The stunning Kaueranga Valley, located upriver from Thames is one of New Zealand’s true hidden treasures. Of...

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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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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
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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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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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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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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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
Shakespeare Cliff

This walk will take you through the historic cemetery at Ferry Landing and on past Front Beach and Flaxmill Bay before reaching Shakespeare Cliff. There is a plaque at the lookout commemorating Cook observing the transit of Mercury in 1769.

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