by Adam Campbell

Coromandel activities

Koru Riverside Retreat makes a perfect base for you to explore the enchanting Coromandel Peninsula

Driving Creek Railway

Ride this charming narrow-gauge mountain railway, take in spectacular Gulf views, a working pottery, wildlife sanctuary, and gift shop. go to their website

Driving Creek Cafe

Enjoy healthy food, great coffee, local art and entertainment in a hip and groovy setting.

Waiau Waterfall

Relax in this beautiful bush glade and enjoy a refreshing dip in the pool below the falls.

Waterworks

Meander through this lovely riverside garden park filled with whimsical gadgets and interactive playthings. Fun for kids of all ages!

Waitati Gardens

Stroll through this delightful garden, which was awarded “New Zealand Garden of Distinction.” (485 Buffalo Road, Coromandel)

The Lost Spring

The Lost Spring – Soak in thermal springs and enjoy soothing waterfalls in a lush, native bush setting.
go to their website here

Sea Kayak Or Boat

Explore the gorgeous coastline by boat or kayak:
cave cruiser boat tours
sea kayak tours

Coromandel Museum

Explore Coromandel’s gold, kauri and farming history. Rings Road

Tourism Coromandel

Tourism Coromandel have a great website covering the whole peninsula for all the info you need to plan a perfect Coromandel holiday. go to their website

 

Coromandel Town Info

Coromandel town has its own local Tourist Information Centre. Ask a local, get a real answer. All the info you need to plan a perfect Coromandel holiday. go to their website

image at top of Waiau Falls © Adam Campbell