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Welcome to Coromandel
In North Island Coromandel is a coastal town. It’s known for the Driving Creek Railway, a narrow-gauge train ride through mountain forests, past pottery sculptures. Powered by a huge waterwheel, the 1900s Coromandel Gold Stamper Battery still processes gold from rock. The town’s gold mining history is chronicled at the Coromandel School of Mines and Historical Museum.

Places of interest in and around Coromandel
Hot Water Beach
Approximately 12 Kilometres south east of Whitianga and around 175 KM from Auckland you will find Hot water beach in New Zealand. Within two hours visitors in hot water beach to find water bubbling the golden sand. Families, kids and couples can be seen digging own spa in the sand and telexing in the natural hot springs. It is rated the world’s most renowned beach. It is a unique experience at least every New Zealander must experience once in life time.

Cathedral Cove
Te Whanganui-A-Hei is a marine reserve on Coromandel Peninsula is know as Cathedral cove covering an area of 840 hectares. Cathedral Cove is named after the arch located there, linking Mare’s Leg Cove to Cathedral Cove. Accessible only on foot, boat or kayak, famous Cathedral Cove is one of the “must visit” sites on The Coromandel. There are several scenic tracks on the land including the 2hr return walk to Cathedral Cove track, which gives access to Gemstone Bay, Mares Leg and Cathedral Cove.
To find out more about it visit to www.thecoromandel.com

To find out more about it visit to www.thecoromandel.com

Driving Creek Railway
Driving Creek Railway is New Zealand’s steepest railways. It is narrow – gauge bush and mountain railway in Coromandel. To find out more about it visit to https://dcrail.nz

Karangahake Gorge
The Karangahake Gorge lies between the Coromandel and Kaimai ranges, It was formed by the Ohinemuri River.The Karangahake Gorge region combines gold mining history and natural beauty, much of it accessible through a variety of walks.To find out more about it visit to

Coromandel Gold Stamper Battery
The Coromandel Gold Stamper Battery is a 112 years old fully operational water powered plant for processing gold from rock, it was opened in 1899 and it is still operational, water-powered gold processing plant and offer tours to the tourist. To find out more about it visit to