Coromandel Visitor Information
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Coromandel I-SITE visitor information centres provide tourists and travellers with useful visitor information such as local activities and camping grounds.
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Mobile-friendly - Located in Coromandel on the west coast of New Zealand's Coromandel Peninsula. Set amongst magnificent native bush overlooking the harbour. Anchor Lodge provides luxury Spa Apartments, Suites and modern Motel Chalets with Harbour/Bush views from private balconies, only 400 metres from the town centre. Enjoy our heated swimming pool and spa, glow worm cave, free mountain bikes and DVD library.
Mobile-friendly - Lovely one-bedroom, self-contained apartments at competitive rates. All individually furnished with contemporary decor. Queen-size bed, some units with a fold out couch for two children sleeping in the same bed. Each apartment has a modern fully equipped kitchen. Most bathrooms offer shower over bath. Accessibility units shower only. Some units have spa bath.
Freedom camping is permitted in many places in New Zealand but the rules vary in each community. To be certain about local camping regulations, we recommend you check out the freedomcamping.org website and get the Camping NZ or Camper Mate app. You can also ask at an i-SITE or Department of Conservation visitor centre or holiday park. #TiakiPromise
The Driving Creek Railway is a unique set of tracks about three kilometres from the town of Coromandel on the beautiful, rugged and mysterious Coromandel Peninsula. The Peninsula has a host of attractions and activities, of which the Driving Creek Railway is just one. It's a great day out for families and railway enthusiasts.
New Chums Beach is a beautiful stretch of pristine, golden beach that's not much visited mainly because it takes a little bit of effort to get there. You will have to walk 'off the beaten track' for about 40 minutes but it's definitely worth the effort.
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