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Coromandel

Map of the Coromandel
DoC campsites in Coromandel

References

Randall Inch
A visitors guide to the Coromandel Peninsula, New Holland Publishers, 2007
Marios Gavalas
Day walks of the Coromandel, Raupo Penguin, 2001
Graeme Foster
Coromandel Walks, Wilson and Horton, 1986

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The Coromandel

The Coromandel is a steep and hilly east coast peninsular, containing a town and harbour of the same name on the western side, and named after the HMS Coromandel which visited the harbour in 1820. Running north for about 90km it is divided by the Coromandel Range.
Travelling the Coromandel in a clockwise direction, starting from Thames, you encounter

Thames

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Tapu

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Coromandel Town

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Colville

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Mercury Bay and Whitianga

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Whangamata

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From Waihi

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