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I was lucky enough to spend an entire day driving around the Coromandel peninsula, in particular the forest park and I don't think there was a single second that I didn't have a huge beaming smile on my face. What an absolutely stunning place! What...More
We live near the Coromandel, and love the views of the ranges, and the 'scenic' route drives around it. Our favourite drive is from Waihi to Whangamata, looking over and up and down at the beautiful bush. It is a very special part of New...More
I have tramped most of the walks in this park, and there is something to do suit everyone. From short (> 1 hour) to well formed & busy tracks like the Pinnacles to multi day walks on remote tracks where you won't see anyone all...More
I love tramping (which is what we New zealanders call hiking), through this park. It is steep, and extremely beautiful, with amazing views. There are a variety of tracks, some a lot shorter and easier than others. You definitely need to do your research before...More
Took a short walk from the Coromandel camp site / reserve to the kauri trees. Nice walk, great bush. The kauris are quite spectacular, especially when looking at the grove from the opposite side of the small valley. Make sure to look up and view...More
Awesome sight to wake up to. We have some of the best walks and sites to see. I personally live near the Kauranga Valley which takes you to the second largest waterfall in the world. The forest is near my back door, and I love...More
There is so much to see here! We went on multiple hikes, all of which can be accessed from different parts of the Peninsula. We stayed in Te Puru, near Thames, and got in a Kauri grove hike, the Pinnacles, and some other around the...More