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“Well worth either taking a charter boat, or a kayak trip to Cathedral Cove. You can drive to Hahei from Whitianga (about 30 minutes drive) and catch a bus to the top and walk down to the beach, or you can catch a water taxi. Beautiful spot as shown in popular movies, with white sand, cathedral like rock structures and good snorkling/swimming. This is a marine reserve, so no fishing or taking of wildlife. No food or drink venders are available at the beach, so take food and water with you and please take your rubbish home with you.”
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Arts & Crafts Store
“Beautiful place to shop for a piece of New Zealand art. Great garden art and glass as well as jewelry.”
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“It's one of the must visit places in NZ and only accessible by foot, kayak or boat. And so fabulous, also SO busy - consider a dawn raid :-) Or try Lonely Bay for a similar but more low key experience. Cathedral Cove Park and Ride is available from the Hahei Visitor car park (on the right as you enter Hahei). It only costs $5 return per person, $3 for a child and $10 for a family (2 adults 2 children). It is recommended that all visitors to Hahei Beach and Cathedral Cove use this car park. Visitors can choose to walk from the North end of Hahei Beach to Cathedral Cove, this track adds another 25 minutes to the walk. Parking is prohibited at Grange Rd from the 1 October - 30 April.”
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“Cathedral Cove Walk” is accessed from Hahei Beach or Grange Road in Hahei. (NOT HOT WATER BEACH) Hot Water Beach is a short drive from Hahei. Dig your own Hot Pool 2 hours either side of Low Tide at Hot Water Beach. “We provide Free spades”
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“good safe beach for children, watch the boats launch and travel thru, very picturesque part of the Coromandel here”
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“Friendly bar that is a brewery and has a Pizza cart over summer, also serves other food. Quirky and fun place. ”
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“This beach is famous for its thermal springs at low tide. Take one of our spades or hire one at the beach to dig yourself a hot pool, it's a very busy place in the summer so you might just be lucky enough to get someone else's "pool". Best to go an hour either side of low tide. The beach here is very beautiful and great for surfing. Please swim between the flags, it's our only surf patrolled beach for a reason - there can be strong currents/rips.”
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