Pinefield Holiday Park

207-227 Port Rd., Whangamata, The Coromandel, North Island, 3620, New Zealand | Campground
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This campground is located on 207-227 Port Rd., Whangamata.
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Travel Blogs from Whangamata

Going down! Diving!

A travel blog entry by groteboze on Mar 05, 2014

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... while snorkeling and some more trouble not getting my mask full of water (turned out to be a shaving issue). And there's the fact that I hardly knew the people in the water yet.

Lucky for me (and with the help of the really experienced people at Cathedral cove diving&snorkling) everything went totally smooth. It turned out to be a ...

Soggy and wind swept

A travel blog entry by mikewalkabout on Feb 06, 2014

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... 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 ...

Leaving New Zealand

A travel blog entry by kevinsullivan on Jan 17, 2014

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... check in for about 1345. Now time was our own. A leisurely meal at Subway a nice latte and then to passport control. Well would you believe it, everything went like clock work, no hassle, no grief no stress. It must have been the best airport checkin that we have experienced. Well done Auckland Airport, and well done to United Arab Emerates who flew us to Melbourne in wide spacious comfortable seats with plenty of leg ...

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 ...


A travel blog entry by sojealous on Nov 29, 2013

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Friday 29 NovemberUp ready and packed for 8.30 we must be excited as the quality car company is not picking us up until 9.30. They turn up on time but by the time all the paperwork is done it must be about 11.30. We have to pay for ourselves for the ferry crossing (car is free). The crossing is from the North island to the south island. A good job we booked as our dates were not available we have to go ...