3 edition of Wheritoa, a post-settlement dune midden site on the Coromandel Peninsula found in the catalog.
Wheritoa, a post-settlement dune midden site on the Coromandel Peninsula
|Statement||by Eleanor Crosby.|
|Series||Oceanic prehistory rcords -- no. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||47|
The big hassle with this walkway, at the northern end of the Coromandel Peninsula, is returning to base after the walk’s completion. Although the walk itself is around 8km, the road trip to either end is closer to 56km, pretty much all along metal roads. Either leave a car at either end and swap car keys when you meet or simply turn around and retrace your steps. Starting from Fletcher Bay. Thanks to the help of Destination Coromandel, we set out to explore the most well-known areas of the Coromandel Peninsula: Cathedral Cove and Hot Water doing so, however, we took the advice of a friend and detoured a bit farther north first. This was how the day ensued.
Coromandel visitor information directory, New Zealand. Coromandel visitor information assists you in planning your New Zealand travel. Coromandel visitor information centres can help with a wide range of tourist activities such as sightseeing, hiking, bike trails and also provide booking services. Find out what you need to know from the travel experts on Coromandel visitor information. Happy dairy cows on the Coromandel Peninsula: Hahei Holiday Resort: Camped at the Terrace Beach sites: When we first arrive, Jill and I only book for one night, but after taking one look at the view from our campsites, we hurry back to the office and quickly sign up for a second night.
Coromandel to Whitianga road. A km route known as the ‘’ road. On the Coromandel side, Castle Rock, a m castle-like summit, is the core of a remnant volcano, which can be climbed. Three kilometres further on are the Waiau Falls. Nearby is one of the peninsula’s surviving stands of . The Coromandel Coastal Walkway is the main event on our highly rated Northern Coromandel Tour. No doubling back over the Walkway with us and that goes for the drive too. All new scenery to be discovered along the way as we cover the Complete Northern Coromandel in an anticlockwise loop. Leave it to us to provide you with a day you will remember!
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Archaeological Sites--Coromandel Peninsula (3) Archaeological Sites--Mount Karioi (3) A post-settlement dune midden site on the Coromandel Peninsula book Sites--Waihou River (3) Wheritoa: a post-settlement dune midden site on the Coromandel Peninsula. From: Auckland, Auckland University Archaeological Society, 47p.
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The Coromandel Peninsula on the North Island of New Zealand extends 85 kilometres north from the western end of the Bay of Plenty, forming a natural barrier protecting the Hauraki Gulf and the Firth of Thames in the west from the Pacific Ocean to the east.
It is 40 kilometres wide at its broadest point. Almost its entire population lies on the narrow coastal strips fronting the Hauraki Gulf. The Coromandel Peninsula is located only 2 hours from Auckland.
The entire peninsula is almost 85 kilometers long and is found on the North Island of New Zealand. Here you can check out my suggested itineraries for the North Island and South Island. Coromandel, also called Coromandel town to distinguish it from the wider district, is a town on the Coromandel Harbour, on the western side of the Coromandel Peninsula, which is in the North Island of New Zealand.
It is 75 kilometres east of the city of Auckland, although the road between them, which winds around the Firth of Thames and Hauraki Gulf coasts, is km y: New Zealand.
The Coromandel + Diving The Coromandel is home to spectacular underwater seascapes, popular for snorkelling and diving. Just off the fine golden sands of the famous Cathedral Cove lies the Te-Whanganui-aHei Marine Reserve, where the calm waters of the Mercury Bay harbour teeming wildlife, sponge gardens and reefs.
Fresh air, spectacular views and a selection of walks to suit almost every level of fitness is what’s on offer to those keen to explore The Coromandel by foot.
Enjoy the sweet, fresh scent of native New Zealand plants, dense and damp under a lush green canopy, or take in the wide open Pacific Ocean vista dotted with islands off The Coromandel.
The Coromandel Peninsula is on the north-eastern coast of the North Island of New us golden and white sand beaches with magnificent coastal scenery, a rugged forest cloaked interior waiting to be explored, are just some of the natural attractions that have people returning to The Coromandel time after time.
The Coromandel Peninsula is like a festive shitwolf – at peak holiday periods it transforms from a sleepy backwater filled with wannabe hippies, baby boomers wasting their children’s inheritance on failing pottery studios and P cooks turning holiday homes into meth labs, and into an outpost of Auckland.
Deadend villages like Crapamandel, Shitianga and Whangamaturd become heaving slum. A chance to network, hear the state of the Tourism industry in The Coromandel and listen to key note speakers.
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This week we took a trip around the Coromandel Peninsula because everyone kept telling us how beautiful it was. It's true, so BEAUTIFUL. Hit that. The people of Coromandel know they live in one of the most beautiful and serene parts of New Zealand.
Perhaps it's the geography of The Coromandel that inspires a slower pace of life. The peninsula juts out into the Pacific Ocean, as if trying to seek isolation and.
Things to Do in Coromandel Peninsula, Waikato Region: See Tripadvisor's 18, traveller reviews and photos of Coromandel Peninsula attractions.
Cathedral Cove is arguably one of the most picturesque spots (and there are many) in The Coromandel Peninsula. Coromandel Town With early beginnings as a wild colonial gold rush settlement, Coromandel Town is known for its charming mix of Victorian architecture, beaches & forests.
Coromandel Coast, broad coastal plain in eastern Tamil Nadu state, southern India. Extending over an area of about 8, square miles (22, square km), it is bounded by the Utkal Plains to the north, the Bay of Bengal to the east, the Kaveri delta to the south, and the Eastern Ghats to the west.
The Coromandel Peninsula’s slogan is ‘good for your soul.’ With its stunning beaches, numerous outdoor activities, and relaxed atmosphere, this little peninsula on New Zealand’s North Island’s northeastern coast is a welcoming paradise just a couple of hours from Auckland.
Starting with a drive up the western coast to the northern tip and looping back along the eastern coastline, The. Explore Coromandel Town holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. | Crammed with heritage buildings, Coromandel Town is a thoroughly quaint little place.
Its natty cafes, interesting art stores, excellent sleeping options and delicious smoked. Coromandel Discovery Coastal Walkway Tours have been operating for about 25 years, and have gained an enviable reputation. We put our resources and expertise into Day Tours of the remote Northern Coromandel Peninsula, so you know you are having the best and most authentic experience.
Ferry Landing is one of NZ’s oldest Maori pa sites with, according to Maori story, Kupe, the famous/mythical Polynesian explorer and his people setting foot in Whitianga – just across the water – in about AD and calling it Aotearoa. In fact Whitianga’s full name – Te Whitianga-Nui-a-Kupe, means ‘Kupe’s big crossing place’.
Fish and chips. All day, err’day. We hear Coromandel Takeaways is a winner. Take a roadie over the historic Road, a kilometre gravel road between Coromandel Town and Whitianga.
Tuck into woodfired pizzas and ice-cold beer at Luke’s Kitchen in Kuaotunu. At the southern end of the Coromandel Peninsula you’ll find Karangahake Gorge. The Coromandel Peninsula is the jewel in New Zealand's crown and is a fantastic place to visit or live.
White sand beaches, a warm climate, close to the main centres and surrounded by native flora and fauna - there's a place for everyone on the Coromandel.Coromandel Historic Heritage Thematic Framework In line with national and international best practice a thematic heritage assessment has been developed to assist in the identification and interpretation of the Coromandel Peninsula’s historic heritage places, sites, structures and narratives.2) Coromandel Coastal Walkway: Located at the northern tip of the Coromandel, this one is far more remote and possibly even more beautiful than the firs option.
Stony Bay and Fletchers Bay mark the start and end points of the track. You can complete it in one day or stay overnight at one of the DOC campsites (for a whopping $10).