Tucks Bay Coastal Track is closed until a formal assessment of the track stability (and the area above) can be made. This is the track that runs around the waterfront from Long Bay Camp round to Tucks Bay. This is not the Kauri walk that track remains open.
Renowned for its sandy pristine coastline and beautiful bush-clad hills, Thames-Coromandel District has much to offer residents and visitors seeking outdoor recreation.
This updated guide outlines a wide range of walks and cycle trails for people of all fitness levels. The mix of locations includes harbour and river margins, heritage town centres, playgrounds, busy working wharves and the Coromandel's famous sandy beaches.
Most of the walks in this guide are short, easy excursions near our town centres, on a mix of public land owned by our Council or managed by the Department of Conservation (DOC), rather than more strenuous tramping routes. The guide also covers mountain biking and cycling trails, ranging from family-friendly easy experiences to harder mountain biking trails more suited to adrenaline junkies. Some routes are shared by cyclists and walkers.
Dip into the guide and explore this beautiful peninsula.
The printed version of the guide is due to be printed and available for free at information centres, district libraries and Council offices from early 2023.
Download Your Coromandel Tracks and Trails Guide(PDF, 11MB)