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With kilometres of majestic coastline, The Coromandel is a popular summertime spot for New Zealanders and visitors alike.

The Coromandel is everything that a big city isn't. Cloaked in native rainforest with dazzling white sand beaches, it is rustic, unspoiled and relaxed. Activities and attractions are plentiful at The Coromandel's beaches and seaside towns, including festivals, snorkelling and diving or just the chance for your clients to relax in a secluded bay. The Coromandel is also home to plentiful fresh local seafood, including scallops.

The Best of the Coromandel

  • Coromandel Peninsula – With hidden coves and picturesque beaches not far from seaside towns, visitors can explore the coast by walking, kayaking, driving or scenic boat tour.
  • Cathedral Cove – A few kilometres north of Hahei township, your client can get to this arched rock cavern and beach via a 40 minute boat tour or by hiring a kayak. Guided tours are also available.
  • Hot Water Beach – Clients can dig their own spa pool at low tide and relax in geothermally heated water that can be seen bubbling through the sand.

Further Information

Videos on the Region and other New Zealand Regions
Coromandel Regional Tourism Organisation (Destination Coromandel)
Find an i-SITES Visitor Information Centre
www.newzealand.com (The Coromandel)

Climate & Weather:



AVG High

23 °C / 73.4 °F


14 °C / 57.2 °F



AVG High

15 °C/ 59 °F


7 °C / 44.6 °F

Attractions The Coromandel

  • Cathedral Cove

    Cathedral Cove

    Take an easy walk to the Coromandel's natural cathedral

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  • Diving


    The Coromandel is home to two spectacular marine reserves, popular for diving and snokelling.

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  • Shopping in The Coromandel

    Shopping in The Coromandel

    Dotted with charming seaside communities and steeped in gold rush and Kauri logging history, The Coromandel is known for its talented, creative locals and quality arts & crafts...

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  • Boat cruises

    Boat cruises

    Blessed with stunning beaches and idyllic coves, The Coromandel has one of the most scenic coastlines in New Zealand - perfect for a boat cruise.

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  • Fishing


    With around 400 kilometres of coastline and 100 offshore islands, The Coromandel is one of New Zealand's favourite fishing playgrounds.

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  • Walking & hiking

    Walking & hiking

    Known for its mild weather and stunning coastal landscapes, the Coromandel Peninsula is the perfect place for hiking.

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