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Activities & Recreation

Activities & Recreation

With regular local events - including the Whitianga Summer Concert, Mercury Bay hosts regular art and craft markets, music clubs, and local open mic nights. There are always things to do in the Mercury Bay area. Whether you are 8 or 80 - you will find suitable entertainment in our area to…

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With regular local events - including the Whitianga Summer Concert, Mercury Bay hosts regular art and craft markets, music clubs, and local open mic nights. There are always things to do in the Mercury Bay area. Whether you are 8 or 80 - you will find suitable entertainment in our area to keep you occupied and inspired.

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1. Cathedral Cove Cruises

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Tour the scenic Cathedral Cove, Hahei Beach, local islands, sea caves and blow holes. Understand the local history, geology and marine life. See Dolphins*, Orca*, seals and other marine life. Swim and snorkel in and around the marine reserve. 
Whitianga, Waikato

0800 88 86 88
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2. Mercury Bay Museum

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The Coromandel Peninsula"s most visited museum with exhibits about the Polynesian navigator Kupe, Maori Artifacts, the Endeavour and James Cook, HMS Buffalo (sunk 1840), Kauri Timber and Kauri Gum and the old Dairy Factory. 
Whitianga,

07-866 0730
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3. Waka Tours

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We are excited to offer you authentic Māori history tours of the wider Whitianga area. All of our guides are members of the Ngāti Hei iwi/tribe and have grown up and live locally. 
Whitianga,

0272316789

Information

www.whitianga.co.nz provides information on Whitianga, the Mercury Bay and surrounding areas including Whangapoua, Whenuakite, Wharekaho, Whitianga, Cooks Beach, Hot Water Beach, Coroglen, Hahei and the Cathedral Cove on the Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand.

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