Luke Shadbolt is a professional photographer and creative director from Australia. He has a love of surf photography and focuses his lens on action sports, travel destinations and fashion.
The Coromandel has enjoyed a quintessential relationship with kiwi’s since way back. Endless summers listening to New Zealand’s best music at the bach while searing scallops on the BBQ.
Carmen Huter is a style and travel blogger that looked like a pretty good match for the good for your soul ethos The Coromandel is known for.
The Coromandel played host to NZME Travel Writer Dawn Pickens from the Bay of Plenty Times.
Brando Yelavich, aka Wildboy Adventures is an adventurer who first became known for walking the coastline of New Zealand totally unsupported. He calls The Coromandel home (for now) and he finds inspiration in setting off on an adventure.
Barry Brickell was the inspiration behind The Coromandel’s most successful year round private attraction, Driving Creek Railway.
Photographer Rachel Stewart visits Orokawa Bay, the beautiful beach that borders The Coromandel and Bay of Plenty regions. Orakawa Bay is a short walk (allow half a day to take in the scenery) that can be accessed from Waihi Beach. It leads through to the more challenging tramping track to Homunga Bay, better suited to experienced trampers.