Walking Tracks

Te Punanga sits at the Southern entrance of Coromandel Forest.  There are numerous walking tracks waiting to be explored.

Meet the animals

Frog Call -
00:00 / 00:00

Idyllic swimming holes


Simply relax...

 

And much more...

The Hauraki Rail Trail

The Hauraki Rail Trail is one of the easiest cycle trails in the country, with the 160km track made up of 5 sections.

Waihi Beach & the Coromandel Peninsula

A 9km stretch of inviting sand, Waihi Beach is on one of New Zealand's safest surf beaches and home to a bustling and friendly beachside community. Numerous walking and cycle tracks showcase some of the very best country in the Bay of Plenty.

Paeroa

Paeroa is a central hub at the base of the Coromandel Peninsula and the entrance through to the Bay of Plenty, giving access to many activities in both the immediate and wider areas such as the bush and the beaches. There are places of interest to visit within the town, many with a historical significance or you can venture a little further afield to explore the wondrous Karangahake Gorge with all it has to offer.

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Matatoki Cheese Factory

Come and visit the factory set in tranquil country surroundings. Choose from menus of cheese boards, pizzas, cakes, muffins, kids snack platters, ice cold beer, cider, wine and much more. Watch the cheese being made, have a browse in the gift shop or pet the animals in the animal farm.

 
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Matatoki Cheese Factory

Come and visit the factory set in tranquil country surroundings. Choose from menus of cheese boards, pizzas, cakes, muffins, kids snack platters, ice cold beer, cider, wine and much more. Watch the cheese being made, have a browse in the gift shop or pet the animals in the animal farm.

Experience heartwarming hospitality in a spot as old as the hills.
Nestled in the wild Karangahake Gorge, the newly restored Waikino Hotel Bar & Kitchen offers thirst quenching beverages and soul food, prepared by our award winning chef.
Family friendly and full of history, we're a favourite stop for locals and road weary travellers.

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