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Pack a picnic lunch and head out to the most popular gorge in the North Island, half way between Paeroa and Waihi on SH.2.
Drive through the picturesque Karangahake Gorge and you will come across a peaceful town nestled under the southern flank of the Coromandel Ranges.
For most of the year the peaceful east coast town of Whangamata is a magical place to take time out for rest and recreation.
Two sister towns on the Coromandel Peninsula’s blessed east coast, share a protected harbour and a luxury lifestyle that befits two of our most favoured holiday resorts.
To say Whitianga, in marvellous Mercury Bay, is a popular seaside holiday resort, is an understatement.
Drive over the lush green hills from old Coromandel Town and you soon arrive at the quaint rural village of Colville.
There’s a lot to be said for hopping off the city treadmill and adjusting to ‘Coro Time.’
The gateway to the Coromandel Peninsula, Thames, is a pleasant provincial town of 8,000 people.
Paeroa was a thriving port before the vast Hauraki Plains were drained and converted to productive dairying land.
The long, humped, misty blue line of the Coromandel Range on the eastern horizon, may seem unprepossessing at a distance. But to many outdoor lovers it signifies red-letter days in the sun.
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