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Coromandel Walkway

16 July 2018: Restricted access

There is no access to the Coromandel Coastal Walkway and Mountain Bike Track from the western side due to a road washout in the Fletcher Bay campground.

Both tracks are still accessible from the Stony Bay end, however walkers will need to plan a return trip on the same day, as there is no accommodation available at Fletcher Bay due to the road damage.

Located in the north of the Coromandel Peninsula, this walkway traverses farmland and coastal forest between Fletcher Bay and Stony Bay. It follows an easy grade and offers views of the Pinnacles, Great Barrier Island and Cuvier Island.

Coromandel Walkway links with other tracks, such as the Coromandel mountain bike track, to form alternative routes.

Access

Travel north from the town of Colville on the Coromandel Peninsula and begin the walkway from either its northern end, in Fletcher Bay, or from its southern end, in Stony Bay. There are Department of Conservation campgrounds at each end of the track.

Conditions and closures

To find out more about conditions of access on this walkway (eg, access with bikes, dogs or horses) and any temporary or seasonal closures, visit the Department of Conservation's website or contact the nearest Department of Conservation area office.

At a glance

Walking time: 7 hours return
Length: 20km return
Created: 17 August 1978
Controlling authority: Department of Conservation

For more information about this walkway and the surrounding area, visit the Coromandel Walkway page on the Department of Conservation’s website.

 

Photo provided courtesy of Coromandel Discovery.