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We are the Information Centre. The place to come to to find out what activities, attractions are happening in the area. Book accommodation, activities, 360 Discovery Ferry, BlueBridge Cook Strait Ferry, Hobbiton, Mitai Village and Intercity.
One of the best little info centres in a little town that you will ever see. They are truly committed to their township and the people that visit it. Great array of information and advice for any taste.
If you are new to lovely Coromandel Town, or just need to know when the tip is open or when the tide is low to travel to Cathedral Cove or Hot Water Beach, this is the best, most reliable, source of all types vital local...More
Beautiful garden out front of information centre with a nice little play area for the kids. Helpful staff extremely friendly taking photos for tourists and giving out information. Very pretty little town worth a visit.
Coromandel_NZ, Manager at Coromandel Town Information Centre, responded to this reviewResponded 12 November 2017
Thank you for your feedback. The wonderful team at Smart Environment keep our towns gardens looking fabulous throughout the year.
Our staff all go out of their way to make every ones experience positive and informative.
We took the catamaran from Auckland CBD to the Coromandel, it's a cruise of approximately 2.5 hours on a lovely Sunny day and calm sea.
Coromandel is famous of it's sea farms of muscles and oysters.
First thing we did was indulging ourselves with one...More
We drove from Auckland and through Thames to the Coromandel Peninsula.
It was a beautiful Coastal drive with a very winding road but worth it for the scenery.
We did it just after a severe storm and unfortunately the road across the top to Hot...More
Stunning coastal scenery, pleasant towns, good places to eat and stay on east and west. Did a road trip in late Feb 2016. Certain spots were busyish and others you had to yourself. Definitely best to do it after school holidays and also try to...More