Map of Coromandel campsites

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Fantail BayPort JacksonFletcher BayStony BayWaikawau BayBroken HillsWentworth1 Fantail Bay2 Port Jackson3 Fletcher Bay4 Stony Bay5 Waikawau Bay7 Broken Hills8 WentworthKauaeranga Valley6 Kauaeranga Valley

Fantail Bay

Camping at Fantail Bay. Photo: C Rudge.

Camp in peaceful surroundings beneath pōhutukawa trees. A track with outstanding views leads to the bushline. Short walks, fishing, diving and swimming.

Port Jackson

Kayaking at Port Jackson.

At the northern tip of the Peninsula, this campsite is at the water’s edge next to the beach. At the eastern end of the campsite, the Muriwai Coastal Walk leads up the headland towards Wharekaiatua Pa and along the coast, with stunning coastal views.

Fletcher Bay

Fletcher Bay. Photo: Rob Suisted, www.naturespic.com.

This is a beach front campsite in a farm setting. An ideal location for water sports, including swimming, boating, diving and fishing.

Stony Bay

Stony Bay.

This is a spacious (5 ha) campsite beside the coast. Walk or mountain bike to Fletcher Bay along the Coromandel Coastal Walkway. Good fishing and diving nearby.

Waikawau Bay

Waikawau Bay.

This scenic campsite is adjacent to the river. Mountain biking and horse tracks start at the campsite.

Broken Hills

Broken Hills campsite.

The Broken Hills Campsite near the end of Puketui Valley Road is located beside the Tairua River amongst native bush. This is a scenic campsite in the Coromandel region.

Wentworth

Wentworth conservation campsite.

Once a large gold mining settlement with houses, shops and schools, this is now a remote but comfortable campsite. Walk from the campsite to the Wentworth Falls, Wentworth mines and a waterhole for swimming.

1 Fantail Bay

Camping at Fantail Bay. Photo: C Rudge.

Camp in peaceful surroundings beneath pōhutukawa trees. A track with outstanding views leads to the bushline. Short walks, fishing, diving and swimming.

2 Port Jackson

Kayaking at Port Jackson.

At the northern tip of the Peninsula, this campsite is at the water’s edge next to the beach. At the eastern end of the campsite, the Muriwai Coastal Walk leads up the headland towards Wharekaiatua Pa and along the coast, with stunning coastal views.

3 Fletcher Bay

Fletcher Bay. Photo: Rob Suisted, www.naturespic.com.

This is a beach front campsite in a farm setting. An ideal location for water sports, including swimming, boating, diving and fishing.

4 Stony Bay

Stony Bay.

This is a spacious (5 ha) campsite beside the coast. Walk or mountain bike to Fletcher Bay along the Coromandel Coastal Walkway. Good fishing and diving nearby.

5 Waikawau Bay

Waikawau Bay.

This scenic campsite is adjacent to the river. Mountain biking and horse tracks start at the campsite.

7 Broken Hills

Broken Hills campsite.

The Broken Hills Campsite near the end of Puketui Valley Road is located beside the Tairua River amongst native bush. This is a scenic campsite in the Coromandel region.

8 Wentworth

Wentworth conservation campsite.

Once a large gold mining settlement with houses, shops and schools, this is now a remote but comfortable campsite. Walk from the campsite to the Wentworth Falls, Wentworth mines and a waterhole for swimming.

Kauaeranga Valley

Totara Flat campsite. Photo: Tony Wasley.

The Kauaeranga Valley has nine campsites beside the Kauaeranga River.

6 Kauaeranga Valley

Totara Flat campsite. Photo: Tony Wasley.

The Kauaeranga Valley has nine campsites beside the Kauaeranga River.

 

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Address:   Kauaeranga Valley Road
Thames 3577
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