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Now at 515 Mackay Street Thames
Now at 515 Mackay Street Thames
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New Zealand Festival of MindSports
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Coromandel Great Walks Project
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Find out where you can camp on the Coromandel
Find out where you can camp on the Coromandel
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Alerts

  • Road Closed - Kennedy Bay

    A large drop-out (approx 2km from Coromandel Town) has closed the Kennedy Bay Road. The aim is to have the road open to a single lane by Sunday. In the meantime, access to Kennedy Bay is via Colville and Waikawau Bay.

    Updated - 27 April 2016

  • SMART Maps data moratorium

    From 7am Friday 29 April to 7am Tuesday 3 May we will not be updating data in our new SMART Maps while we install added modules. All changes to property information received during this time will show in SMART Maps after this time.

    Updated - 26 April 2016

  • Port Charles Road open

    Our roading contractor advises that Port Charles Road is now open.

    Updated - 21 April 2016

  • No swimming - Paku Bay, Tairua

    We've put up "no swimming" signs north of the marina, while we investigate the cause of high bacterial counts. The no-swimming measure is a precaution while the cause is pinpointed. Storm water drains and wastewater assets have been inspected and no leaks, overflows, or contamination from Council infrastructure have been sighted.

    Updated - 14 March 2016

  • Shellfish ban - southern end of Whangamata

    The Ministry for Primary Industries has issued a public health warning advising the public not to collect or consume shellfish harvested from the mouth of the Otahu River at the southern end of Whangamata Beach, southwards to the Bay of Plenty. All other areas of the Coromandel are fine.

    Updated - 22 February 2016

Need to call us?

info@tcdc.govt.nz
Phone: 07 868 0200

Or want tourist info?

info@thecoromandel.com
Phone: 07 868 0200

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Upcoming Council Events & Meetings

  • May
    07
    Register to play
  • May
    07
    Coromandel Seafood Fest
  • May
    18
    Council Meeting
  • May
    23
    Thames Community Board
  • May
    23
    Tairua-Pauanui Community Board
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