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COROMANDEL REGION -  NEW ZEALAND

The Coromandel Peninsula lies east of Auckland , on the other side of the Hauraki Gulf, and has an estimated population of just under 27,000 people in the combined Thames and Coromandel Districts.

Rustic, relaxed and unspoiled, the Coromandel is one of New Zealand 's best-loved holiday destinations.
The rugged volcanic hills are cloaked in native rainforest, and more than 400 kilometres of spectacular coastline promises you can find the beach of your dreams.

The Coromandel is a place where bush and beach are both easily accessible. In the same day, you can experience th

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NZstays - Hightlights of Coromandel

The Coromandel`s fascinating history is evident in gold mining relics, logging dams and ancient Maori pa (fortified village) sites. The past can also be found in the charming colonial architecture and historical buildings preserved in several towns around the region. The coastal nature of the Coromandel makes it a brilliant choice if you like to fish, surf, dive , swim or wander along beaches. For contrast you can head for the hills and hike the trails in the forest.


Local cuisine could be as simple as fish and chips or as elegant as Crayfish Mornay . Cafes and restaurants make the most of the seafood that can be easily caught in the surrounding waters.


The inspirational natural beauty of the Coromandel has led to the area becoming a haven for artists and crafts people. Take time to discover the many galleries and studios—you`ll gain lasting pleasure when you purchase a piece of art directly from its creator.
 

NZstays - Main Centres in Coromandel

- Thames - gateway to the Coromandel

- Whitianga - a holiday resort

- Coromandel Town - known for its relaxed lifestyle and arts community

- Whangamata - another holiday resort

- Paeroa - the home of a famous New Zealand beverage

- Waihi - centre of gold - past and present
 

NZstays - Coromandel Region

Thames
The town of Thames has a rich history. Here you can walk through a gold mine, watch a stamping battery crush rock and try gold panning.

Whitianga
From Whitianga you can enjoy the beaches and boat excursions of Mercury Bay. This town is home to a fishing fleet - expect great seafood!

Coromandel
Once a wild colonial gold rush town, Coromandel is a place to enjoy Victorian architecture, arts and crafts, beaches and forest walks.

Paeroa
If you’re thirsty, pause for refreshment in Paeroa. This town is the official birthplace of Lemon & Paeroa, New Zealand’s home-grown soft drink.

Tairua/Pauanui
Tairua and Pauanui are great places for a summer holiday. There are harbour and surf beaches, forest walks and plenty of fishing opportunities.

Waihi
Once a gold town, always a gold town. Since 1878, Waihi has been on a treasure hunt. Come and see the richest gold mine in New Zealand.

Whangamata
Set against a backdrop of native forest park, the relaxed surf town of Whangamata is a place to catch a wave, a fish or a delicious café meal.