Coromandel Town - Accessible/Easy Access Accommodation & Activities
There is Coromandel town, smallish, easy to get around, sidewalks a little busy in peak holiday times when parking may not be so easy. Outside these times no major accessibility problems. All around the town are a mixture of accessible and more difficult activities to choose from. Accessible includes the nearby Driving Creek Railway - very well set up for a unique limited mobility experience of travelling by small train into native bush. And mussel barge fishing - barges being wide and flat and OK to board. There is the option of coming on the ferry from Auckland - again accessible. Or, if you drive, there are small bays all along the coast where you can stop, take a break, have a swim/paddle maybe. With many more beaches across on the east coast side.
accommodation Coromandel Town
Coromandel Colonial Cottages Motel
Welcome to Coromandel Colonial Cottages Motel
Situated in Coromandel Town with its rich heritage, this historical property is close to the Town Centre and Driving Creek Railway. The homestead was built in 1876 for the local goldmine manager and then was sold to the Coromandel Hospital...
Coromandel Court Motel
Welcome to Coromandel Court Motel. Excellent location (easy stroll to shops and restaurants)
Quiet, yet conveniently set in the heart of peaceful Coromandel township.
All units ground-floor and designated smokefree.
Quality accommodation: spacious studio units and 2-brm units.
activity Coromandel Town
Driving Creek Railway and Potteries
The 1 hour return trip on our innovative designed trains takes you through replanted native kauri forest and includes 2 spirals, 3 short tunnels, 5 reversing points and several large viaducts as it climbs up to the mountain-top terminus. Called the Eyefull Tower, this handsome building offers...