How are you today? Most people say “great” or “fine”. But, let’s get a little honest here. Because for the next few minutes, we’re going to all hold hands in a circle of truth.
How am I? Short answer: Fine. Long answer: I’m writing this at 5.02 in the morning on another bloody diet. Like many people in New Zealand, I was hit with the “C” word in 2020. No, not Covid. There was an outbreak of carbohydrates at my place, and it spread like wildfire. Lockdown = love handles.
For a fresh look at the place where Kiwis love to holiday, head into the green hills and valleys with a sense of discovery .
One of the best things about getting away is trying the local specialties and stopping for favourite treats. Seafood, wild or grown in the calm waters of the Hauraki Gulf is a big feature in The Coromandel, as you would expect.
The essence of a holiday is the same but different for everyone.
Kia ora and welcome to The Coromandel!As participants in the New Zealand Tiaki Promise, we’re taking on the mantle of caring for New Zealand for both present and future generations.
On any given day, as you take the turn off the Karangahake Gorge road, over the one-way bridge, up the steep drive through some very tall trees, you will be...
It's an idyllic setting on the sloping hills facing the sun, looking out over Cooks Beach and the blue of Mercury Bay.
The Coroglen Tavern is one of New Zealand's remaining iconic country pubs.