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Waihi

Drive through the picturesque Karangahake Gorge and you will come across a peaceful town nestled under the southern flank of the Coromandel Ranges.
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Whangamata

For most of the year the peaceful east coast town of Whangamata is a magical place to take time out for rest and recreation.
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Tairua – Pauanui

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.
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Whitianga

To say Whitianga, in marvellous Mercury Bay, is a popular seaside holiday resort, is an understatement.
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Colville

Drive over the lush green hills from old Coromandel Town and you soon arrive at the quaint rural village of Colville.
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Coromandel Town

There’s a lot to be said for hopping off the city treadmill and adjusting to ‘Coro Time.’
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Thames

The gateway to the Coromandel Peninsula, Thames, is a pleasant provincial town of 8,000 people.
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Paeroa

Paeroa was a thriving port before the vast Hauraki Plains were drained and converted to productive dairying land.
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Coromandel Peninsula

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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Franz Josef Emperor

German explorer, Julius von Haast, named Franz Josef glacier in 1865 after the Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph I.
By |Monday, 17 February 2014|Franz Josef|0 Comments