Buffalo Lodge

860 Buffalo Road, Coromandel, The Coromandel, North Island, NZ3543, New Zealand | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 860 Buffalo Road, Coromandel, is near Driving Creek Railway and Potteries, Mercury Bay, and Cormandel Forest Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Coromandel

    Coromandel and onwards

    A travel blog entry by edandkate on Jun 09, 2014

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    On arrival at the Coromandel Peninsular the owner of the campsite informed us that 200ml of rain was forecast for overnight so he would move his van so that we could park on the Tarmac rather than take a risk down on the grass. The campsite wasn't at all busy so we were able to make use of the facilities (kitchen & lounge) as if it were our own. After dinner we watched a DVD before heading to bed. Overnight we were both conscious of the wind and the rain beating down ...

    Hot Water Beach

    A travel blog entry by landellsandlads on May 05, 2014

    ... went to Hot Water Beach which is a beautiful beach with a large natural hot spring under the sand and rated one of the worlds top ten beaches. We dug some holes and sat in what basically was a really hot bath! The water was at a guess around 60 degrees,at points it was far too hot and we had to get cold water from the sea to cool it down. ...

    New Zealand - Coromandel Peninsula

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Mar 25, 2014

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    ... of Northland to Te Kauri, near Kawhia and were common when the first people arrived around 1000 years ago. Maori used kauri timber for boat building, carving and building houses. The gum was used as a fire starter and for chewing.

    Even though itīs a shame we didnīt manage to see any kauri trees. Another reason why to start planning our next trip to New Zealand :)

    Step by step “309 Road” led us out of the world of wonderful sceneries. Once we were ...


    A travel blog entry by dianadoone on Mar 10, 2014

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    ... took a trip around the Island, including a visit to an old site of tunnels created during the Second World War. This involved long corridors and lots of steps with a bit of scrap metal at the end. The weather was good for our 4 day stay and the many small bays with steep hillsides were shown to advantage. The six of us took a wine tour one afternoon, and my first view of the bus did not fill me with ...

    "I'm burning my balls off!"

    A travel blog entry by twoinatent on Feb 04, 2014

    64 photos

    ... themselves on the sand or in their pool, or made running repairs to the 'walls' to stop water from escaping. The immense heat on our bodies felt incredible, and the view of the beach as the waves crashed in the distance was pretty special. We opened our beers, relaxed and savoured this very special place.

    The next day we visited Cathedral Cove and completed a scenic walk. Early afternoon we returned to Hot Water Beach, determined to ...