Hauraki Rail Trail Stage 2 project
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Find out how to move to paradise...
Find out where you can camp on the Coromandel
Find out where you can camp on the Coromandel
Explore the Coromandel with our Walks Guide
Explore the Coromandel with our Walks Guide
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Hot Water Beach digging
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Explore the Coromandel with myParx
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New Chum - find out more..
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  • Kerbside collection confusion

    Kerbside collections are not a day later this week (after a long weekend) for the first year ever - because we're keeping kerbside summer schedules going until the end of January.

    Updated - 27 January 2015

  • Bay of Plenty shellfish toxin warning extended to Opito Bay.

    Following ongoing shellfish toxin monitoring the Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP) toxin warning has been extended to include Opito Bay. Click the title of this link to find out more. Shellfish grown and supplied by the Aquaculture Industry in the Coromandel is safe to eat and comes from approved growing areas which are tested on a weekly basis to ensure public safety. The health warning now includes the coastline from Opito Bay to Whakatane Heads including Whitianga, Hahei, Hot Water Beach, Tairua, Pauanui, Whangamata, Opoutere, Waihi Beach and estuaries, Tauranga Harbour, Mount Maunganui, Papamoa and Maketu.

    Updated - 05 January 2015

  • Water restrictions

    Hose and sprinkler ban - Matatoki and Tairua. Sprinkler ban - Omahu.

    Updated - 13 January 2015

  • Older versions IE (v6 and v8) not supported

    Older versions of Internet Explorer are no longer supported.

    Updated - 12 December 2014

  • Fire Permits

    A Total Fire Ban is in place until 8 February.

    Updated - 05 January 2015

  • Road Closure - Bluff Road

    Bluff Road, (link road between Kuaotunu and Matarangi) is closed until further notice. An overhanging bluff about 350 meters from the Matarangi end of the road has become a high safety risk for vehicles and pedestrians.

    Updated - 08 December 2014

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  • Feb
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