Harbour View Lodge

Address: 179 Main Road, Tairua, The Coromandel, North Island, 3508, New Zealand | B&B
 
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Travel Blogs from Tairua

Waitomo Caves to Tairua

A travel blog entry by milos.f on Aug 26, 2014

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... nice places to see. Starting with Ruakuri tunnels few kilometers from the Glowworm Cave. Then you get to Mangapohue Natural Bridge which looks like a location of Lord of the Rings, but it's not. However you can find oysters fossils there. Few more kilometers and you get to 30m Tawaru Falls.

We did not went down to Te Anga, but headed north to Kawhia to Aotea beach. ...

Coromandel - 02nd April

A travel blog entry by lgodfrey3 on Mar 27, 2014

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... be done at night is not easy to achieve, but we did it. So here we are 10:00 at night on the beach in a sand bath of lovely hot water looking at the Milky Way. We identified crux and Centaurus. We head back crack open some beer and cider! For all we have done and seen today it seems crazy but perfect. After a late night comes a late morning. Good breakfast and we head out to Cathedral cove. Packed up we head out. It's only a small drive we arrive, after only 5mins walk we ...

North again to Tairua

A travel blog entry by phil100652 on Feb 25, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... is another beautiful part of the world, renowned for its miles and miles of sandy beaches so the first hour after our arrival was spent on a practically deserted beach watching the waves. We then enjoyed a beer sat in the sun overlooking the harbour before walking to the top of a small volcano (hopefully inactive for a bit longer yet) to enjoy the 360 degree view and watch the sun go down. More seaside frolics again ...

West coast of Coromandel

A travel blog entry by lesleyandalan on Feb 21, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

We left Orewa and headed down the east coast in the rain, past Auckland to Thames. Although Thames currently has a population of 7000 during the Gild Rush of the 19th century it swelled to 20,000.

Captain Cook spotted Firth of Thames and explored the area by longboat. Thames grew due to mining and the timber supplies. The timber Kauri supply still exists although it is now available in smaller numbers. There are many logging trucks on the roads. ...

Rest and relaxation

A travel blog entry by kevinsullivan on Jan 14, 2014

OK, I know that I didn't explain the reason why that road was called the 309 in my blog of the 10th.....and I also know that my educated readers amongst you like to hear a little bit about local history, local names and customs etc. This is not a usual number for a road like the one's that we are used to , like A or B roads. Apparently the 309 Road got it's name from the time it used to take ...