Learn about the conservation work at Driving Creek in this ‘behind the fence’ conservation park tour.
|Guided walking tour - your tour will lead you through beautiful native bush and give you a glimpse into an abandoned gold mine where wētā now thrive, before taking you inside the predator-proof fenced wildlife sanctuary.|
|Wildlife sanctuary – the sanctuary is home to a pair of endemic pateke ducks and the rare Coromandel striped gecko.|
|Habitat restoration – your guide will tell you about the significant pest-control and habitat restoration work being done to provide a safe haven for native birds, insects and reptiles.|
|Return transfer - includes return transfer from Coromandel Town.|
|Duration – approximately 1.5 hours.|
|Departure time – tour departs Coromandel Town at 12:50pm daily.|
|Availability – tour operates daily in conjunction with the Fullers360 Coromandel ferry.|
We’ve partnered with a local tour company to provide a bespoke Coromandel experience. As all tours depart from Coromandel Town, we provide a complimentary shuttle from the wharf. You’ll have time to explore the town prior to your tour departure. Here’s what your day will likely look like:
Child: 4-15 years inclusive
Infants: 0-3 years inclusive.
Family: 2 adults and 2 children.
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