Coromandel Town

About Coromandel Town - New Zealand


  • With its relaxed, laid-back lifestyle, Coromandel attracts talented artists and craftspeople from around the country - inspired not only by the tranquil atmosphere, but also by the spectacular natural surrounds.

    The discovery of gold at Driving Creek in 1852 brought a boom to Coromandel Town, and the area has continued to flourish while retaining much of its history from those times.

    Coromandel Town Accommodation

    Coromandel Town offers a range of accommodation; incuding motels, bed and breakfast (B&B), backpackers and farmstay/homestay accommodation. A good selection of holiday homes self-contained apartments and cottages can be rented.

    Holiday Park accommodation cater for camping in the Coromandel, as well as motorhomes, campervan and caravan sites. Affordable family accommodation can also be found at Coromandel motor parks.

    Tourist Activities in Coromandel Town

    A wide selection of activities are on offer from Driving Creek Railway and the Stamper Battery to the fishing trips of the Mussel Barge and the many craft studios scattered throughout the northern Coromandel. Colville Town, once the centre of the Kauri milling industry, is now a quiet country town serving the arts and farming communities.

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