The Coromandel Peninsula juts into the Pacific east of Auckland, forming the eastern boundary of the Hauraki Gulf. Although relatively close to the metropolis, the Coromandel offers easy access to splendid isolation. Its dramatic, mountainous spine bisects it into two very distinct parts.
The east coast has some of the North Island’s best white-sand beaches. Down the middle, the mountains are criss-crossed with walking tracks, allowing hikers to explore large tracts of untamed native New Zealand bush.
What Jobs Can I do?
- Café Assistant
- Front Of House Staff
Where Will I Live?
There are an abundance of long term hostels with many other workers and travelers from all over the world. For the outdoorsy type, and those that want to experience living out of a campervan, there are also many campsites in the area with cooking and shower facilities that offer long term stays