Things To Do
Whitianga & Mercury Bay
There is so much to do in this beautiful region. There are many day trips to explore. Take the highway through Whitianga and head to Wharekaho Beach, meander onto spectacular Kuoatunu Beach, stopping at the famous "Lukes Kitchen Cafe" for a spot of lunch. You can either head over the Blackjack road to our favourite beach "Otama", or even further to Opito Bay. If you want to head further, return to the coastal highway and head north to Matarangi beach and on to Whangapoua beach. Here you can discover one of the most unspoilt pristine beaches in the world, "New Chums" beach. Check the tides as there is a short walk over the hill to get to this little bit of paradise. You can follow the highway to Coromandel town. Enjoy the stunning vistas, coastline and native flora and fauna. From here you can return to Whitianga via the 309 road, enjoying some little walks, waterfalls and kauri groves and 309 honey along the way!
The Lost Springs
A hidden tropical paradise in the heart of Whitianga. Relax and unwind in the treetop day spa, soak in the natural hot pools, indulge in a cocktail or dine in the lagoon-side restaurant. Absolute Bliss!!
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Cathedral Cove Cruise Glass Bottom Boat
A two hour eco-adventure to explore the marine reserve and stunning volcanic coastline. Enjoy spectacular scenery including Cathedral Cove, sea caves, blow holes and rock formations. Sit back and watch an abundance of marine life through the glass or go for a snorkel amongst the fish!
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Driving Creek Railway
New Zealand's only narrow guage railway, travels through native forest in the ranges above Coromandel township. The one hour return trip includes two spirals, three short tunnels, five reversing points and several large viaducts. At the top there are panoramic views over the island studded Hauraki Gulf. Enjoy the glass blowing demonstrations and pottery displays. Essential to book in advance.
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