The bigger than ever Kuaotunu Rural Fire Force fishing contest was on Saturday 6th July 2019 – Keep an eye out for the next one in 2020 and don’t miss it.DOC070519fishing-2019
Welcome to the fresh new Kuaotunu Campground website. For the convenience of guests and Campground shareholders the availability search has been introduced.
Kuaotunu Campground is now an SWAP’n’GO dealer
The Kuaotunu Campground FaceBook page is a great way to keep up to date. Follow us at www.facebook.com/kuaotunucamp
Recognizing the invaluable service to the local community and the greater Coromandel Kuaotunu Campground have renewed support for the Auckland Rescue Helicopter trust again this year
April 04, 2020 – Tickets Online
The Village Green
10am – 4.30pm
Enjoy a day full of delicious seafood, local produce, fine wine, cold beer and listen to some great music – all at the wonderful beach location in Matarangi.
A Taste of Matarangi 2020 Programme
- 10am – Gates open
- 10.30 am Welcome by local iwi Ngati Huarere
- 10.45am – Music: Whitianga Dixieland Band
- 11am – Te Rerenga School Children’s cooking competition
- 12pm – Music: band to be confirmed
- 12.30pm – ‘The Great ATOM Cook Off’ to be confirmed
- 1pm – Charity auctions
- 1.30pm – Music: band to be confirmed
- 2.45pm – Raffle ticket drawn (on sale 10am-2pm at merchandise tent)
- 3pm- Music: band to be confirmed – rocking us from afternoon to close of the day
- 4pm – Alcohol sales close
- 4.30pm – Festival close.
The Whitianga Scallop Festival returned on the 21st of September 2019. It was sold out. Keep any eye out for the next one!
For more information https://www.scallopfestival.nz
Kuaotunu Beach is just a short stroll across the road. A safe, white, sandy beach ideal for swimming, body boarding, building sand castles and surfing when the waves are right!
There is plenty to do in the area to keep the kids entertained. Head to any of the safe swimming beaches for a swim, boogie boarding, surfing or sand castle building. At each end of the beach there are great opportunities to hunt for sea life in around the rocks and to collect small ‘gem’ stones and special seashells.