The Coromandel and the Bay of Plenty

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Coromandel and the Bay of Plenty - browse our top choices for the top things to see or do during your stay.

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  • 1. Bounty Store

    Museum/Gallery

    This design store–cum–gallery is Thames' best option for buying local arts and crafts, including jewelry, pottery, weaving, and paintings. ...Read More

  • 2. Comvita

    Store/Mall

    This company has developed a worldwide following for its honey-based health products. Put yourself in the place of real honeybee in their interactive...Read More

  • 3. Driving Creek Railway

    Museum/Gallery

    Barry Brickell's fascinating project has become a major tourist attraction. Mr. Brickell is a potter who discovered that the clay on his land...Read More

  • 4. General Store

    Store/Mall

    Colville's classic counterculture General Store is run by a local co-operative. It sells foodstuffs (there's a well-stocked organic section...Read More

  • 5. Kiwi 360

    Store/Mall

    Te Puke rightfully claims the title of kiwifruit capital of the world, as the major kiwifruit growing and exporting region of New Zealand. Kiwi...Read More

  • 6. The Organic Co-op

    Store/Mall

    This small shop in Thames sells some of the region's best organic produce. For fresh fruit and vegetables that remind you of how good things...Read More

  • 7. The Source

    Museum/Gallery

    This local arts collective gallery sells many mediums of art–jewelry, pottery, clothing, sculpture, and more. There's an outdoor courtyard where...Read More

  • 8. Zohar

    Store/Mall

    If you're looking for easily packaged New Zealand objet d'art, this Mount Maunganui design store is a good place to stock up. Although Zohar...Read More

  • 9. Pete's Collectibles

    Store/Mall

    If you're interested in the retro side of New Zealand, Pete's is one of a cluster of stores in Thames selling 1950s–1970s New Zealand–made...Read More

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