Driving Creek Railway is a railway and a pottery, witha good café nearby.
Driving Creek Railway is a Coromandel gem, conceived and mainly built by volunteers and reclusive potter, Barry Brickell, who died in 2016.

A narrow-gauge railway that climbs into the bush to the Eyeful Tower. There are  tunnels lined with bottles and the railway itself is a real feat of engineering. After the rail trip you can check out the local art and pottery for sale in the shop. $35 each for a great day out.

The Water Works – An Uniquely kiwi experience. The quirkiest theme park you will ever visit, this side of the black stump. Laugh out loud fun for everyone.

Voted by AA Tourism as a must-do Kiwi Experience. TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.

The Waterworks is a theme park with a difference. Set in 5 acres of native Coromandel Bush and just 10 minutes from Coromandel Town is an array of water powered inventions, quirky contraptions and fun to discover at every turn.

There are many beautiful hiking trails around the town – anything form short easy strolls to more challenging longer walks – – walking and tramping.
The Gold Stamper Battery and Museum are worth a visit to learn about Coromandel town history.

Book a tour or stroll down the Main Street to see our selection of art and craft shops and great cafes.

Fishing Charters
are a great day out.

Coromandel is famous for its fresh seafood – don’t forget to try some while you are here.

Whitianga, Hahei, Hot water Beach, Cathedral Cove, Port Jackson and Colville are just some of the attractions nearby. Click on the link to find out more. the –  or visit the Information Centre in town.