Wyuna Bay Beachfront Motel

2640 Wyuna Bay Road, RD 1, Coromandel, The Coromandel, North Island, New Zealand | Motel
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Coromandel and onwards

A travel blog entry by edandkate


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

... 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. ...

Coromandel - 02nd April

A travel blog entry by lgodfrey3


... few small shops, bars, restaurants, pub. No New world mind you, gonna have to go to a cafe. We have just enough time to visit the top 20 beach in the world. Again on 7k of windy up and down hill roads, at least the road is sealed. When we arrive your greeted with a massive white sandy beach crystal clear water. This isn't New chums beach tho, after half hour of walking on rocks, and a small path we arrive. It's beautiful white sandy beach lots of sea weed in the water ...

New Zealand - Coromandel Peninsula

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... Captain James Cook. While the first Polynesian explorer to sight the Coromandel Peninsula was reputed to be Kupe around 950 A.D., Captain Cook sailed into the place of today´s Mercury Bay much later, in November 1769. Since he observed the transit of the planet Mercury across the face of the sun, he named the place Mercury Bay. Another place bearing the captain´s name is a small town called Cooks Beach.

From Whitianga we continued to Hot Water Beach where we hoped ...

New Zealand - Day 27 - "In a hole in the ground...

A travel blog entry by rathouse


... re made the oak tree in steel and silcone...and applied 200,000 fake leaves. They also rebuilt the 44 hobbit holes, this time in beautifully crafted wood...clearly they realized the set would live on as a park after the film was long gone. Unfortunately for the crew, the leaves on the fake tree faded just before filming in the sun...so naturally they employed someone in a cherry picker to repaint all 200,000 a few days before filming could begin. We spent a ...


This motel, located on 2640 Wyuna Bay Road, RD 1, Coromandel, is near Driving Creek Railway and Potteries, Mercury Bay, and Cormandel Forest Park.
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