Coromandel Peninsula Beaches

With Auckland sitting on the twin harbours of Waitemata and Manakau which feed into the Hauraki Gulf, there are a huge amount of beaches to explore. Often you'll have the beach to yourself.  

On the North Shore region there are plenty of golden sandy beaches, often in the setting of a regional park. Some of our favourites include the beach at Long bay Regional Park (near Torbay), the 3km long beach at Orewa and the beach in Wenderholm Regional Park. Further north, check out the stunning Anchor Bay in Tawharanui Regional Park. Over on the west coast, surfers will enjoy the surf at the iconic black volcanic sandy beach of Piha Beach. Closer to the city, head out along East Tamaki Drive to the popular beach suburbs of Mission Bay and St Heliers Bay. Our Auckland Beaches guide includes videos and 360 Virtual Tours to give you an even better insight into the beauty that awaits.  

Hot Water Beach

Hot Water Beach Coromandel-Peninsula, Auckland

A natural hot spot that draws visitors armed with shovels to dig their own spa and enjoy hot water bubbling through the sand.

Cathedral Cove

Cathedral Cove Coromandel-Peninsula, Auckland

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An iconic attraction in the Coromandel. A 45 minute walk on foot (no access by vehicle) will take you one of the most photographed spots in New Zealand.

New Chums Beach

New Chums Beach Coromandel-Peninsula, Auckland

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New Chums Beach is a 'hidden beach' situated in Wainuiototo Bay on the Coromandel Peninsula. The secluded beach can only be accessed by boat or a testing walk.

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