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Walks and Tracks
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Our Historic hotel will suit every traveler, all you need from beds including Continental Breakfast, Bike Hire, Shuttle Services and Rental cars.
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Beginning at the Confluence of the Ohinemuri and the Waitawheta Rivers, this walk takes you up the Waitawheta River through the Waitawheta Gorge Tunnels to the remains of the Woodstock Pumphouse (take a torch), and then across the suspension bridge...
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...
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...
The Coromandel is the perfect place for outdoor adventure.
There are hundreds of picturesque locations available for you to visit as walkways, cycle ways and fitness trails keeping your days fun-filled and active.
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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...
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...