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Coromandel

Go underground to find the gold, when you get out there, let it hang out there, use your tea towel as a loin cloth and drink herbal tea. Can you handle th' Mandel?

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Buffalo Beach, Whitianga

Mercury Bay, with its main town of Whitianga, is packed with spectacular scenery and coastline, walks, remote bays and beaches, thermal hot springs, a marine reserve, deep-sea fishing and native bird life. Its a must-see for any traveller.

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Tim Beuzeval

England

Snorkling Gemstone Bay near Hahei: Free (if have own gear!) - bouys with info on dotted around the bay. Lots of good size fish to see in the marine reserve - would suggest walking to Cathedral Bay too as very pretty.

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Mass excavations - Hot Water Beach

Hot Water Beach

Coromandel

Hot Water Beach

Coromandel

Dig your own Natural Hot Pool

Kauaeranga Valley

DOC Visitor Centre

Kauaeranga Valley

DOC Visitor Centre

Start your journey through New Zealand's stunning landscapes at a Department of Conservation (DOC) Visitor Centre. Information about conservation areas, as well as DOC's 14,000 km of tracks, 9 Great Walks, and network of 950 huts and 324 campsites.

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Tatjane

Austria

The very north of the Coromandel Peninsula is absolutely worth to visit. Winding, gravel road, but fantastic.

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