Camps & Outdoor Providers in the Coromandel region:
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Things to do and places to visit in the Coromandel region
The appeal of the Coromandel lies both in its stunning scenery and its quirkiness. The quiet forests of the Kauaeranga Valley hide the remnants of the early Kauri logging industry and numerous valley walks. Many artists have chosen to make the Coromandel Peninsula their home. One has also built a narrow-gauge railway through regenerating bush on his property. The Waiau Waterworks feature a whimsical collection of water-powered sculptures, and in Whitianga you can learn how to create your own bone carving. These attractions plus the museums and gold relics in and around Thames make an interesting destination.