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Out and About Around Coromandel Town

You MUST obtain approval from the leader before booking this trip. They'll give you the trip code - without the correct code your booking will be rejected.

Be sure you know everything you need to know before booking this trip - the booking process, the gear you need, departure point, emergencies, tramp grading description. See the Multiday Tramp info page.

Only ATC members can book a trip up to 3 weeks before a trip commences. After that time, non-member bookings may be accepted.

Friday 02 June 2023

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This weekend we will be staying very close to Coromandel Town and enjoying a variety of day walks in the area, taking expert guidance from our local club members Geoff Fischer and Grace Sorensen.

This is the current plan, with some possible variations nearer the time, taking account of weather etc, especially when we would appreciate the high viewpoints!

Saturday Matarangi wetlands and bluff 2.5-3 hours, Wainuiototo Bay / New Chums Beach 30 mins each way plus lunch / swim, and then the Kaipawa Trig Track from Whangapoua Road through to the Tokatea lookout TBC. Then return to Coromandel Town via one of two alternate routes – double back to the trig and go down the Success Track or continue directly down the Kennedy Bay Road. 3-4 hours dependent on walk option.

Total walk time 6-7 hours, with options 

NOTE: Some tracks will be a bit slippery if wet, so bring walking pole(s) and sturdy footwear

Sunday Farm walk on the Te Kouma peninsula - excellent views out across the sea 4 hours. Then Long Bay Kauri Loop track, then walk to Tucks Bay. Bus transfer to start of Harray Track which is then walked through to the main road north of Coromandel Town. Bus returns us to the campground

Monday Walks fom the 309 Road. Motutere/Castle Rock (optional - a steep climb). Waiau Falls (lunch / swim)  and then Kauri Grove and Waiau Summit Track 3 hours

Other Activities: Coromandel town is an interesting spot to explore by foot, and if you have not been on the Driving Creek Railway to the Eyefull Tower, then that is worth a visit too.

Accommodation: We will be staying at the Shelly Beach Top 10 Holiday Park https://www.shellybeachcoromandel.co.nz/ phone 07 866 8988. For the 3 nights, we have booked the bus for 6 people and two Lodge cabins for 4 people each (one for men, one for women).

NOTE - for the 3 remaining spaces for this trip there is room in the bus, no further cabin space is available

Leader: Louise Inglis Ph 027 568 4734 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Transport:.Club bus

Driver: Larry Beard

Transport Cost: Members $50, non-members $62

Accommodation Cost: Totals for the 3 nights - Bus $61, Lodge Bunk $93, or organise your own. When booking, select the “Bus” or “Group” option. Add the accommodation cost to the Transport cost when paying. For queries in relation to accommodation contact Tony Walton Ph 027 478 5223 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Meals: Bring dinner meals for Saturday and Sunday, plus 3 breakfasts and 3 lunches. There may be an option to eat out / buy food in Coromandel Town, but this is not guaranteed, so if that becomes an option, treat it as a bonus and take your unused food home. Monday evening dinner stop in Thames on the way home.

Friday departure: 7.00pm 31 Sandringham Rd, Kingsland

Shelly Beach departure time each day: 8.00am – please be ready to leave with your gear on the bus before that time.

Note:   Bookings are open - no leader approval required

 


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