Pinefield Holiday Park

Address: 207-227 Port Rd., Whangamata, The Coromandel, North Island, 3620, New Zealand | Campground
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.


This campground is located on 207-227 Port Rd., Whangamata.
Map this campground

Travel Blogs from Whangamata

Final Auckland explore, hop on and coves

A travel blog entry by emma-may-white on Feb 18, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... beach to act as a giant jacuzzi using the natural hot water springs below. The day was topped of nicely with a group effort to cook dinner and talk some more with fellow explorers. Most people are staying on the bus to raglan tomorrow but I am going to stay a few more nights here to explore some more and hopefully do some kayaking! My first faux pas on the bus was to tell the German kid who wasn't listening to ...

Burning bums

A travel blog entry by steffielou on Feb 09, 2014

6 photos

... unfortunately had to use the toilets which were hot as hell and full of flies, oh and no toilet roll.
Whilst we were sat on the beach I noticed a guy in his kit about to get into his kayak by the water. He chose to put the boat in the water first and just as he tried to sit down a wave came along and tipped him right out of it, head first into the sea. I swear I saw a few people giggling, including myself.
The weather turned a bit pants so ...

Soggy and wind swept

A travel blog entry by mikewalkabout on Feb 06, 2014

8 photos

... The biggest are the Kauri which can grow like redwoods but most of the giants have long since ended up in wood mills . I took some short clips ,even twittered on about how easy it is to get lost . Every year people do get lost in the bush and not just for a couple of hours but it can be days or weeks! It started to rain again and Yep i lost the trail , spent over an hour trying to get my bearings and was just about to record my ...

A visit to our favourite spot.....Opoutere

A travel blog entry by tony-helen on Jan 08, 2014

... Opoutere. This area is very special and remains, by and large unspoilt and undeveloped. It is rare to find a 5 kilometre stretch of white sand dune beach with not a single house nor any other sign of civilization in sight. Beach access is by way of the quaint wooden footbridge and a leisurely 20 minute stroll through the forest. The beach has a raw beauty with spectacular views out to Slipper Island. Where the beach ...

Hobbiton and Hahei... hooray!

A travel blog entry by lindaandchris on Dec 30, 2013

21 photos

... feel tiny!

It turns out Peter Jackson has a REAL (expensive) eye for detail. The hobbits were meant to laze about under plum trees, which wouldn't survive well here, so he planted apple trees and then, right before filming, stripped all their leaves and fruit and rewired them with real plums and plum tree leaves!

The big tree above Bag End? Not real at ALL. And the day before filming Jackson decided it ...