The Coromandel

The stunning Coromandel Peninsula is a sensational coastal getaway primed for outdoor adventure or laid-back living.

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 One of two double bedrooms in the lakeview suite at Peppers Beacon, Queenstown.  Amelia Norman

The Coromandel 


The alternative lifestyle of The Coromandel is reflected in the unique, boutique accommodation options on offer here.

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 Biking, Coromandel Forest Park.  Tourism Coromandel

The Coromandel


You will be spoiled for choice in the Coromandel region, try out surfing or explore the region's coastlines by kayak or by boat.

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About The Coromandel

The stunning Coromandel Peninsula is one of New Zealand’s favourite summertime destinations. With kilometres of coastline, infinite beaches and coves, and countless bush-clad walkways, the Coromandel is a holiday playground.

The Pohutukawa-lined coasts are great for relaxing on the beach or strolling along the shore. Further inland a rugged mountain range provides excellent hiking, with the Pinnacles walk one of the most popular.

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How do you get to The Coromandel?

  • Travel by Plane
    • There are no air services to the Coromandel. However, the Coromandel is located just 90 minutes' drive from Auckland, Rotorua and Tauranga, which are the closest airports to the region.
  • Travel by Train
    • There are no train services to The Coromandel.
  • Travel by Bus
    • The Coromandel has several local bus, shuttle and tour companies. Many bus and tour companies include the area in their itineraries as either a day trip or overnight destination. The area does not have an established, regular public transport system.
  • Rent a Vehicle
    • A limited number of small campervan and car rental companies are located in The Coromandel. Scooter hire is also available in the area.