Visit Coromandel Peninsula with Mighway

Rent a Private Motorhome in Coromandel Peninsula


Pickup in Auckland and take a quick drive to paradise. The summer playground for many New Zealanders, the Coromandel Pennisula is home to some of the countries most stunning beaches whilst being sprinkled with wonderful arts and crafts and artisan food and wines. We recommend at least a couple of days to explore the Coromandel region. Driving to Coromandel from Auckland makes for a truly scenic trip, and there's a wealth of activities in the region to explore. From beaches, to hiking, to cycling, to yet more fantastic beaches, Coromandel is a great place for a holiday trip. There are loads of campgrounds to stay in, many with spots right by the beach, so it's the perfect spot for a motorhome journey.


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$149 / Day

Dunnworkin

Paeroa, Waikato

Sleeps 2ToiletShower

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$88 / Day

From Katikati To Beyond

Tanners Point, Bay Of Plenty

Sleeps 2ToiletShower

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$170 / Day

Gertrude

Waihi, Waikato

Sleeps 2ToiletShower

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$130 / Day

Heidi our HYMER

Waihi Beach, Bay Of Plenty

Sleeps 4ToiletShower

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$200 / Day

Kates Mercedes 2 Berth

Auckland, Auckland

Sleeps 2

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Things to see and do near Coromandel Peninsula


Mercury Bay Museum Whitianga - The Coromandel Peninsula's most visited museum with exhibits about the Polynesian navigator Kupe, Maori artifacts, the Endeavour and James Cook, HMS Buffalo (sunk 1840), kauri timber and gum, the old dairy factory in which the museum is housed, early settlers' records and photographic collection, natural history displays and the History of Fishing display.

Mercury Bay Museum Whitianga

The Coromandel Peninsula's most visited museum with exhibits about the Polynesian navigator Kupe, Maori artifacts, the Endeavour and James Cook, HMS Buffalo (sunk 1840), kauri timber and gum, the old dairy factory in which the museum is housed, early settlers' records and photographic collection, natural history displays and the History of Fishing display.

Glass Bottom Boat Whitianga - The Glass Bottom Boat in Whitianga has been delivering quality scenic tours on the Coromandel Peninsula since 1992.

Glass Bottom Boat Whitianga

The Glass Bottom Boat in Whitianga has been delivering quality scenic tours on the Coromandel Peninsula since 1992. The many years of operating has allowed us to fine tune our tour to provide an unforgettable experience.<br><br> Why choose us:<br><br> - Very highly ranked on Trip Adviser, voted #1 Coromandel Boat Tour and #2 Must Do boat activity in New Zealand.<br><br> - The only Coromandel Boat Tour to give you a window to the underwater life with the option to snorkel with what you see.<br><br> - Professional and friendly skippers and crew have extensive knowledge of the area and will provide you with a fun and exhilarating tour. <br><br> - The only boat with two crew to assist you during the tour (over the summer months).<br><br> - Our purpose built vessel is the optimum is passenger comfort and safety. Enjoy the comfort of our cabin keeping you protected from the sun or any weather conditions.<br><br> - The only vessel without designated seating, allowing you to get up and move around the boat as pleased.<br><br> - Our mammal watch permit allows us to get up close and personal with any dolphins, orcas or seals we come across during the tour.<br><br> - We care about our environment. We recycle, reuse and repurpose as much as possible. We use eco friendly products when possible and try very had to limit our waste.

Thames School of Mines - Today, a visit to Thames School of Mines opens the book on early New Zealand history, starting with the chief Te Apurangi whose descendants lie in the sacred urupā.

Thames School of Mines

Today, a visit to Thames School of Mines opens the book on early New Zealand history, starting with the chief Te Apurangi whose descendants lie in the sacred urupā. The original education buildings look (and smell!) much the same as they did in the past, and feature authentic period equipment and laboratories. The Mineralogical Museum holds one of the best collections in the Southern Hemisphere, with more than 3000 specimens which include fossils from both New Zealand and abroad. <br><br> Guided tours bring this special site to life with captivating stories about the Hauraki area’s people and places. A few minutes’ walk from the centre of town, the Thames School of Mines is also an excellent venue for school or group tours, and a great place to start your exploration of the Thames and other historic Hauraki gold fields.

Thames Market - Locally produced plants, organic and others, fruit and vegs, bric-a-brac, second hand goods and books, arts and crafts, fine food, cheeses, speciality oils, health and body care products, flowers, bread, knit wares, and much more.

Thames Market

Locally produced plants, organic and others, fruit and vegs, bric-a-brac, second hand goods and books, arts and crafts, fine food, cheeses, speciality oils, health and body care products, flowers, bread, knit wares, and much more.

On The Road: Coromandel


If you can't handle the jandal, head to The Coromandel. How do you like those sweet rhymes? Probably not as much as you'll like Tim's latest video from our On the Road series. Nestled away along the East Coast of North Island, the Coromandel region is the perfect Kiwi escape to kick back and unwind. Imagine yourself with a glass of bubbles on a white sandy beach.. Ahhh, bliss. So sit back and enjoy this short clip where intrepid host, Tim, shows you a little bit of what this stunning region has to offer, with some amazing sites along the way. We recommend you book a camper with Mighway and see for yourself. Don't forget to follow our series on YouTube for more great inspiration on regions to visit throughout New Zealand.

Campgrounds and Parks near Coromandel Peninsula


Whangamata Motor Camp - Non powered/powered sites 1-2 persons $18-$60 per night.

Whangamata Motor Camp

Non powered/powered sites 1-2 persons $18-$60 per night. (communal kitchen/supply own cooking & eating utensils) Kitchen cabins 1-2 persons $80-$90 per night (supply own bedding) 100m to the beach and main shops & restaurants.

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Danby Field

Danby Field

• A self-contained motorhome camping zone is located in the middle parking bay on the western side of the carpark at Danby Field (Queen Street SH25 in Thames) • This location will accommodate up to 15 self-contained motorhomes • Only self contained vehicles that can show they comply with NZS 5465:2001 will be permitted; • A maximum of two nights stay; site to be vacated by 9am • Persons must move at the request of an authorised officer

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