The Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand Photo Gallery

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Photo Gallery by Max Hartshorne

Brian Pilkington at the brick oven at Cathedral Cove Macadamias.
Brian Pilkington at the brick oven at Cathedral Cove Macadamias.

Cathedral Cove, Coromadel.
Cathedral Cove, Coromadel.

 

 

Cooks Beach ferry.
Cooks Beach ferry.
View from the road to Coromandel Town.
View from the road to Coromandel Town.

The Driving Creek Railway.
The Driving Creek Railway.

Flowers at Cathedral Macademias, Coromandel.
Flowers at Cathedral Macademias, Coromandel.
Indentations made by Maoris forging spears on the rocks at Hot Water Beach, Hahei.
Indentations made by Maoris forging spears on the rocks at Hot Water Beach, Hahe

Oysters are a Coromandel specialty...perfectly fresh, briny and delicious, from a roadside stand.
Oysters are a Coromandel specialty…perfectly fresh, briny and delicious.
A fish lunch at Rapaura Garden and nature preserve, Tapu.
A fish lunch at Rapaura Garden and nature preserve, Tapu.
Maori totems in Coromandel Town.
Maori totems in Coromandel Town.

Robyn and Nigel, who both live in Coromandel and love its artsy, remote appeal.
Robyn and Nigel, neighbors who live in Coromandel and love its artsy, remote appeal.

Glow worms can be seen in these cliffs alongside the road to Coromandel.
Glow worms can be seen in these cliffs alongside the road to Coromandel.

 

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Max Hartshorne
Max Hartshorne has been the editor and publisher of GoNOMAD Travel in South Deerfield Mass since 2002. He worked for newspapers and other sales positions for 23 years until he finally got what he wanted, and became the editor at GoNOMAD. He travels regularly, enjoys publishing new writers, and watching his grandchildren grow up.