Coromandel Goldfield Centre & Stamper Battery
Driving Creek Railway & Potteries
A lifelong labour of love for its conservationist owner, this unique train runs up steep grades, across four trestle bridges, along two...
Coromandel Mining & Historic Museum
This small museum provides a glimpse of pioneer life.
Offers various trips including a hop-on, hop-off service around Coromandel Town and a transfer to Whangapoua Beach.
Star & Garter Hotel
Making the most of the simple kauri interior of an 1873 building, this smart pub has pool tables, decent sounds and a roster of live...
Driving Creek Cafe
A large selection of vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, organic and fair-trade delights awaits at this funky mud-brick cafe. The food is...
Coromandel Goldfield Centre & Stamper Battery information
Lonely Planet review
The rock-crushing machine clatters into life during the informative one-hour tours of this 1899 plant; call ahead for times. You can also try panning for gold ($5). Outside of the tours it’s worth stopping for a gander at NZ’s largest working waterwheel.