The Coromandel TOP 10 Holiday Park is located 20 kilometres away from the heart of Kuaotunu. Another accommodation option is the Indigo Bush Studios, which is situated 20 kilometres away. Another option is to make a reservation at the Sovereign Pier on the Waterways or the Tangiaro Kiwi Retreat.
You'd have to be a goose to head off without taking a look at the other things on offer in North Island. North Island is marked by beaches and coastal plains. Commonly visited North Island visitor attractions are the art museums, nature museums and history museums. Travellers in this fabulous part of New Zealand commonly enjoy snowboarding.
Everyone knows we Kiwis are pretty laid back, so consider extending your stay and check out the Cathedral Cove Beach, Cooks Beach and Buffalo Beach, in Whitianga, 11 kilometres to the southwest of Kuaotunu. If you'd like to stay in Whitianga, be sure to check out the Aotearoa Lodge and Beachside Resort Whitianga. Coromandel, home to the Anchor Lodge Motel Coromandel and Abbey Court Motel, is 25 kilometres to the west of Kuaotunu. The Coromandel Historical Museum, Coromandel Goldfields Centre & Stamper Battery and Driving Creek Railway are amongst the more popular sites to check out when visiting Coromandel.
Before you head home from Coromandel Peninsula, ensure you catch some local sport. Find Eden Park to the west of Kuaotunu. If you fancy booking accommodation nearby, make a reservation at the Sofitel Auckland Viaduct Harbour or the Quest on Beaumont.
Travellers planning on arriving via Auckland International Airport may find it convenient to book a bed at the Heartland Hotel Auckland Airport or the Airport Gateway Hotel, both of which are nearby.
Hotels in Kuaotunu start at NZ$91 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.