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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Te Puru, Waikato
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As a place where kiwis holiday, The Coromandel’s iconic coastline reveals hundreds of natural hideaways. Imagine 400km of coastline surrounding a mountain-range cloaked in sub-tropical forest. Endless golden beaches and hidden bays to enjoy. Walking tracks and cycle trails to explore. All just one hour down the road from New Zealand’s largest airport and city. Charming old world towns and intriguing relics in the rugged hills connect you to the past and its people. Inspiring landscapes attract many talented artists, whose studios and workshops are hidden in the green valleys. Creativity and originality abound, making this the ideal place to recharge your senses. Get away from it all and find out why The Coromandel is good for your soul
Centrally located amongst the finest restaurants and top local artist craft shops. We offer the full range of Monteith's premium beers on tap, fine wines and spirits and menus of fresh Coromandel foods produced from an award winning restaurant.
Track is on your right on the road out of town. Worth the little uphill walk for great 360 views and a fantastic lunch spot!
This is a new Thames-Coromandel District Council designated freedom campsite that came into effect from the 1st of December, 2014. Self contained vehicles (that can show they comply with NZS 5465:2001) can stay here for a maximum of two consecutive nights, departing no latter than 9am. 4 closely spaced carparks allocated for free camping at one end of the car parkVisit Woollams Avenue Carpark
This is a new Thames-Coromandel District Council designated freedom campsite that came into effect from the 1st of December, 2014. Self contained vehicles (that can show they comply with NZS 5465:2001) can stay here for a maximum of two consecutive nights, departing no latter than 9am.Visit Kapanga Road Carpark
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