Driving Creek Villas

Address: 21A Colville Road, Coromandel, The Coromandel, North Island, New Zealand | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 21A Colville Road, Coromandel, is near Driving Creek Railway and Potteries, Mercury Bay, and Cormandel Forest Park.
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      Now the adventure truly begins....

      A travel blog entry by pandora205 on Mar 22, 2014

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      Well, this place is amazing. We are in the bush, in a kauri wood villa with all mod cons including a hot tub. It's fab and well worth the drive.

      Today, we ventured out to the neighbouring Driving Creek Railway, a quirky triumph of nature and technology designed by Barry Bricknell, a painter/potter/engineer extraordinaire. The railway …

      Another fabulous B and B on the Coromandel.

      A travel blog entry by lizlivinglife on Jan 26, 2015

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      ... There were some interesting embankments made out of numerous wine bottles and various weird clay sculptures adorning the banks and tunnel entrances. Barry is still alive and at seventy nine still painting, writing and overseeing all. Just shows what one man -or woman- can do. Well worth a visit be you an engine buff or not. Hunger had taken hold of at least one of us since by now it was early pm so we set off to find the famous green lipped mussels of Coromandel. The smoked ...

      Thames to Coromandel

      A travel blog entry by randcinaotearoa on Nov 06, 2014

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      ... a pretend risoto), having no vegetables!
      We got up to a much finer day and set off for quite an epic walk to the 'Pinnacles'. This follows the track the horses did to the top! Stone steps most of the way along a narrow track on the edge of the mountain. It felt fairly safe as it was slightly sunken. It was slippery so we had to take care, the poles were really fantastic! We got our second experience at suspension swing bridges. The first was the hardest, albeit ...

      About time we had a bath - Hot Water Beach

      A travel blog entry by mandersandhels on Oct 14, 2014

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      ... get a chance to paddle in a shallow pool some other tourists had created and wow - the water can be scorching hot!

      The next day heading back to Auckland we decided to take the short cut - or so it seemed to cross from the south side of the peninsula to the north. Theoretically saving around 45kms the plan was working well as we wiggled our way up the hill until about 3kms in when having ...

      The Coromandel... What an adventure!

      A travel blog entry by kstyan on Oct 08, 2014

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      ... 30 minutes going and 50 on the way back due to the uphill climb. It was definitely worth it, and I apologies for all the nice photos in the sun... I promise it does rain here too, I've just been lucky/watched the forecast when I've been out!!! The rest of the evening was devoted to chilling and eating fish and chips, as well as the discovery of leaving my sleeping bag behind...big mistake. Temperatures here are still going below 10 degrees at night, and it ...