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Explore Coromandel Zipline Tours

Visit Coromandel Zipline Tours and glide through the trees on this unique New Zealand zipline canopy tour. You will experience Coromandel’s breathtaking native forest from all levels, as you journey to the start by railway then fly above trees and walk beneath ferns.

Along the way you will hear about Driving Creek’s transformation from kauri logging and gold mining to a thriving hand-planted native forest, a haven for regenerating kauri trees and kiwi.

Coromandel Zipline Tours is a family-friendly activity and takes up to 2 hours 30 minutes.

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train ride to start
Train Ride
eight zipline in total
Eight Ziplines
200 meter long zipline
200m Zipline
tree platforms
Tree Platforms
informative and friendly guides
Awesome Guides

Tour Prices

Adult

$137

Child

$97

6 - 16 Years
Family

$397

2 Adults + 2 Children
Please ensure you arrive 15 minutes before your booking time and don’t forget to check the participation requirements.

Participation Requirements

must be under 120kg
Max Weight 120KG's
minimum age of 6
Minimum age of 6 Years
if you are under 14 you must be accompanied by an adult
Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult
Wear closed toe shoes
Please wear closed toe shoes

Other things to do at Driving Creek

Zipline Team

Hey I'm Caitlin and I'm from Edinburgh in Scotland. I only just arrived in New Zealand in November and I'm already in love with the beautiful Coromandel Peninsula. Back in Scotland I was an outdoor instructor teaching paddlesports as well as working up in the trees on high ropes courses. I love running, hiking, swimming and look forward to exploring more of New Zealand on my days off.

Caitlin

Zipline Guide

Hi my name is Susan. I grew up coming to Driving Creek Railway regularly with my family. Barry Brickell, the creator of DCR, is my great uncle. I enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, biking and sailing. Currently I’m studying traditional herbal medicine and New Zealand sign language, both through online schools. I look forward to seeing you on the zipline.

Susan

Zipline Guide

Hey my name is Lucy, I grew up in Thames/Auckland, I am currently a uni student in Auckland during the year and a zipline guide this summer! When I’m not slaving away at the library, you can find me going on hikes with my friends, spending all my money on food and swimming at the beach. Can’t wait for an awesome summer on the zipline!

Lucy

Zipline Guide

Hey my name's Bailey, originally from Hamilton! I am currently studying down in Queenstown and here at Driving Creek on an internship program. I enjoy all things outdoors from kayaking to camping and hiking! I am also really into cars and anything to do with a motor, mostly into older Japanese cars that I spend my time tinkering around with and fixing / building.

Bailey

Zipline and Rail Tour Guide

Hi my name is Saskia and these are the things I’ve learned in life. Everything tastes better with parmesan. Dont! Ever! Brake for possums! All you really need is a bicycle and a tent.

Saskia

Conservation Team Leader & Zipline Guide

Hey guys my name is Luke. I’m a part time engineer apprentice, conservationist, tennis coach and zipline guide. I am attempting to start my own business making top water fishing lures (though it’s early days). I grew up in Colville in the heart of a nature reserve. My family are proud conservationists and love anything outdoors. I love sports (mainly tennis and badminton). I went to school in Coromandel and graduated top of my class. In my free time you’ll find me in, on-top or around the water, most likely trying to catch the mighty kingfish.

Luke M

Conservation Field Ranger & Zipline Guide

Hey guys my name is Luke. I’m a part time engineer apprentice, conservationist, tennis coach and zipline guide. I am attempting to start my own business making top water fishing lures (though it’s early days). I grew up in Colville in the heart of a nature reserve. My family are proud conservationists and love anything outdoors. I love sports (mainly tennis and badminton). I went to school in Coromandel and graduated top of my class. In my free time you’ll find me in, on-top or around the water, most likely trying to catch the mighty kingfish.

Luke M

Conservation Field Ranger & Zipline Guide

Hey my name is Lucy, I grew up in Thames/Auckland, I am currently a uni student in Auckland during the year and a zipline guide this summer! When I’m not slaving away at the library, you can find me going on hikes with my friends, spending all my money on food and swimming at the beach. Can’t wait for an awesome summer on the zipline!

Lucy

Zipline Guide

Hey my name is Summer, I grew up in Taupo but spend my winters at Mt Ruapehu and summers (Ha) in the tropical Coromandel! You can find me basking on a beach or shredding on the mountain. Yeww!

Summer

Zipline Guide and Social Media Coordinator

Hey my name's Bailey, originally from Hamilton! I am currently studying down in Queenstown and here at Driving Creek on an internship program. I enjoy all things outdoors from kayaking to camping and hiking! I am also really into cars and anything to do with a motor, mostly into older Japanese cars that I spend my time tinkering around with and fixing / building.

Bailey

Zipline and Rail Tour Guide

Hey I'm Caitlin and I'm from Edinburgh in Scotland. I only just arrived in New Zealand in November and I'm already in love with the beautiful Coromandel Peninsula. Back in Scotland I was an outdoor instructor teaching paddlesports as well as working up in the trees on high ropes courses. I love running, hiking, swimming and look forward to exploring more of New Zealand on my days off.

Caitlin

Zipline Guide

Hi my name is Susan. I grew up coming to Driving Creek Railway regularly with my family. Barry Brickell, the creator of DCR, is my great uncle. I enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, biking and sailing. Currently I’m studying traditional herbal medicine and New Zealand sign language, both through online schools. I look forward to seeing you on the zipline.

Susan

Zipline Guide

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