Issued 28th Jan 2023 - The Coromandel has experienced a severe weather event, with a state of emergency declared on 3 Feb 2023. As a result, SH25a and the Tapu Coroglen roads have been closed.

Some local DOC campsites are closed, and Te Whatu Ora Waikato advises everyone to not use coastal beaches, lakes, rivers and streams until at least 48 hours following heavy rainfall due to potential bacterial contamination.

Please take care in and around the region and keep up to date through the following agencies.

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We love the buzz of when our family, friends and visitors are here and we all want to preserve those special qualities that draw us to The Coromandel. Not to keep this place the same, but to leave it better than when we arrived.

The Coromandel’s long coastline, mountainous backbone, islands, rivers and wetlands make for a wild backyard. Home to a rich biodiversity and a wealth of natural resources, it is a region where you are always close to nature. And the closer you are, the more connected you feel to the living ecosystem that breathes here, one that has nurtured human visitors for centuries.

When you visit The Coromandel we invite you to leave more than a footprint. Find out how you can make a difference by joining one of our local guides, accommodation providers or the locals who will share how you can contribute directly to the protection and enhancement of our cultural and natural environment in The Coromandel.

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