2140 Colville Road, Coromandel, New Zealand

There is so much to see and do in the Coromandel!
Here are just a few of the things that we recommend.

Hike & Bike

Looking to explore the Northern Coromandel, visit the Coromandel Coastal Walkway or stay at the Department of Conservation (DOC) campgrounds? Hike & Bike can help you out whether it be a tour, a shuttle or bike hire and bike transportation. Shuttle providers to Pahi Coastal walkway. 

Hereford 'n' a Pickle

Great burgers, coffee, real fruit ice creams and fresh baking. Sit outside in the gardens or undercover and watch the children in the playground. Before you leave purchase some delicious pickles or chutney and fresh Hereford meat which is all vacuum-packed. A great place for lunch.

Colville General Store

A co-operative owned and run store established in 1978 whose aim is to provide environmentally friendly and organic products. They sell petrol and stock the usual general grocery items, plus a wide range of organic and non-organic fresh produce and bulk items such as grains, herbs and spices. Through the summer months there is a selection of fresh produce that may well have been picked the morning you buy it.

Colville Junction

A community centre that offers support by community workers, a book and DVD library, op shop and computer services. Hosts annual events including Children's Day, Show Me Shorts Film Festival and the Colville Community Festival.

Himalayan Shop

The Himalayan Shop sells a wide range of summer clothes, jewellery, rugs, giftware, home decor fabrics and much more.

Mahamudra Buddhist Centre

Mahamudra Centre for Universal Unity is a peaceful and welcoming Tibetan Buddhist Retreat Centre on the stunning Coromandel Peninsula, affiliated with the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT).

Nearby Beaches

Colville Bay – tidal beach
Waitete Bay – best all-tide swimming
Amodeo Bay – boat launching
Otautu Bay – swimming, tidal, boat launching

Further Afield

Coromandel Walkway

Pahi Coastal Walkway
Fantail Bay
Little Bay Beach
Waikawau Beach walk
Coromandel Town

Driving Creek

Things to do for everyone with three unforgettable tourism experiences: A railway tour on New Zealand's only mountain railway crossing ten bridges and through three tunnels with spectacular views across The Coromandel, an eight zipline canopy tour that traverses through native forest both under ferns and high in the treetops, or a creative wheel throwing pottery class in a place thriving with inspiration and old world values.

The Waterworks

Watch out, you might get wet! The Waterworks has over 70 attractions to play on, interact with or look at; many of these are created from recycled materials and powered only by water. If you enjoy having fun with water, then The Waterworks is the place for you!

Boom, Bust and Beyond Tours

Let local guides take you on an authentic experience! Discover the history and hidden stories of our town through the Boom, Bust and Beyond guided walking tour. Tours available in both the morning and afternoons. Varies due to seasons. Bookings essential.

Love the Water?

We're spoilt for choice when it comes to water activities. Fishing charters, kayaking, surfing, diving, fishing.

We're spoilt for choice here with fresh seafood too. But there is plenty of cafés and restaurants to choose from and provide a great range of delicious delights. Experience fish'n'chips on the beach or eat at the laid back cafés, or dress up for a bit of formal dining.