Bubbalino Kitchen Family Holiday
The Coromandel hosted Vanessa Rehm from the Bubbalino Kitchen; a Food & Lifestyle blog that features food, family and travel.
Carmen Huter Discovers #goodforyoursoul
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.
Recharge - mind, body and soul
The Coromandel played host to NZME Travel Writer Dawn Pickens from the Bay of Plenty Times.
Annual good for your soul Industry Awards Showcase
21 September 2016
The Coromandel Tourism Industry recognises outstanding contribution with Awards Showcase
Industry players from around The Coromandel met yesterday to celebrate another excellent year of growth in tourism, and to acknowledge some of the sterling contributions made by local business operators.
Karangahake Gorge with Wildboy
Brando Yelavich is an adventurer based in The Coromandel, for now. He needs no excuse to lace up his trusty worn boots, stuff his pack, and head out into nature to go exploring.
Wildboy climbs The Pinnacles
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 - Driving Creek
Barry Brickell is the inspiration behind The Coromandel’s most successful year-round tourist attraction, Driving Creek.
Orokawa Bay with Rach Stewart
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.
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