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Coromandel Roads & Weather

Tips for Travelling to Hahei


Hahei and New Zealand's coastal roads are always an adventure so slow down, relax and enjoy the stunninng coastal scenery. As much as we would love to book sunshine for the duration of your stay, we cannot control the weather or the traffic events. After periods of heavy rain, there maybe Coromandel road closures. Here are our top tips for a safe arrival:

  • Keep up to date with local weather and roading information using the links below
  • Extra care should be taken following Cyclone Gabrielle in February, there may be slips and traffic management so allow extra time
  • SH25A is now closed until 20 December 2023 - use the alternative routes to get to Hahei if there are slips or road closures on your usual route to The Coromandel
  • Paeroa, Waihi, Whangamata and Tairua are awesome stops along the way - check out The Coromandel website and enjoy the journey
  • Plan your personal journey and take your time to get here in daylight hours
  • If rain is forecast, we recommend travelling at low tides times and look out for flooding or slips on the roads
  • Be prepared to divert if necessary and contact us if you need to arrange a late arrival
  • Camping check-in is 12pm and accommodation check-in is 2pm, latest check-in time is 9pm
  • Allow extra time during summer, Christmas, New Years Eve, Easter and public holiday weekends
  • Tune into our local radio stations - Coromandel's CFM or Coromandel's More FM
SH25A (Kopu-Hikuai) is due to re-open on 20 December 2023



Crowded House were right! We often have "Four Seasons in One Day" here in New Zealand. We get our Hahei and Coromandel weather forecast and updates from these trusted sites:



Coromandel's CFM Radio Station

And always bring the weather with you, the welcome is always warm ;)

Coromandel Roadworks and Closures

The Kopu-Hikuai SH25A is closed until 20 December 2023*

Alternate Route to Hahei via SH25 Waihi and Whangamata

This route drives along the eastern coast of the Coromandel Peninsula and takes approxiamtely 40 minutes. Please consider travelling at low tide times to reduce the risk of flooding on the one way bridges. This road may also close in heavy rain conditions or extreme weather events. Keep an eye on NZTA's website or phone 0800 4 HIGHWAYS (0800 44 44 49) for the latest information, allow extra time, be patient and you can chill when you get here. Coromandel CFM's facebook is also updated frequently so please keep yourself informed before making your travel decisions.

* Updated 13 November 2023 - please do your own journey planning prior to travel as conditions change frequently


Cancellation Policy
  • We do not offer refunds for weather cancellations, including delayed arrivals or early departures
  • If you are unable to access the Resort due to road closures on the Coromandel Peninsula which prevent you from driving to Hahei on the day which your booking is scheduled to commence, you are entitled to be refunded for the day/s which you are unable to access the Resort. This refund request must be in writing and sent to info@haheiresort.com

Please check our full Terms & Conditions here.

* We do our best to keep our guests informed of local conditions but as everyone's journey here is different, and the elements are dynamic, we must ask you to take responsibility for planning your travel to Hahei. Travel safe, we look forward to welcoming you!