You may love to come to The Coromandel for the great outdoors, but we won't let any rain ruin your time here.
Don't let a little rain ruin your time in The Coromandel. We love all the outdoor activities, but the sun doesn't always have to be out to have fun.
We love welcoming our family and friends here and we all want to preserve those special qualities that draw us to The Coromandel. Not to keep this place the same, but to leave it better than when we arrived.
You can take the whole family and see the best of Aotearoa New Zealand on a bike. Guaranteed to get plenty of fresh air, fun and laughs and make great memories as you traverse the trails in our magnificent scenery. The Coromandel has plenty of options close to our small towns where you will find all the comforts required at the beginning and end of the day.
When is winter in The Coromandel?As the long summer days slowly wane into autumn's golden light, the sea remains warm and the summer feeling persists through March and into April.
If you have the right mindset, the journey can be just as enjoyable as your destination.
Bring your bike! Getting out on your bike is a great way to explore The Coromandel’s wide-open spaces and enjoy the sweet, fresh scent of native New Zealand bush, and take...
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