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Mountainous conservation land reaches from the spine of the Coromandel to fertile terraces at the sea’s edge and beyond.
It is these landscapes that have fed generations of gardeners, gatherers, bushmen and campers since the earliest of settlement times in New Zealand.
The Coromandel was once isolated from a ready supply of hardware and supermarket goods, and our smaller communities continue to innovate, grow and share organic produce amongst each other year-round.
For bach owners, locals and visitors alike, the Coromandel offers the bounty of the sea, the forest and the neighbour’s feijoa trees over a leisurely catch-up while the smoker is fired up.
Aquaculture farmers in the Hauraki Gulf produce one quarter of New Zealand’s mussels and oysters and these morsels are never fresher than when they are eaten locally.
As a visitor or a local, what better way to truly taste the Coromandel than a tour of the Coromandel Food Collective.