What you can expect
Glide through the forest on this unique zipline canopy tour and experience Coromandel’s breath-taking native forest from all levels, as you fly above the trees and walk beneath the ferns.
Our knowledgeable guides will lead you on an unforgettable journey, to learn about Driving Creek’s transformation from kauri logging, goldmining and pastural farming, into a lush hand planted native forest, a haven for regenerating kauri trees and kiwi.
Two of our expert guides will greet and outfit you with the safety equipment you will need for the journey. A spectacular 18 minute train ride will take you up New Zealand’s only mountain railway to the start of your Ziplining experience. Your two friendly guides will then lead you along eight ziplines, which span through trees and across gullies and streams, to experience New Zealand’s native trees and birds, including our largest tree species, the Kauri.
Coromandel Zipline Tours is a fully charitable company with all the profits from your tour going towards restoring and preserving New Zealand’s native forests and supporting the New Zealand clay arts.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Are there age and weight restrictions?
Do I need to pre-book?
You can check availability online here.
Can I do the tour if I'm afraid of heights?
Am I too old?
Why should I visit in winter?
What happens if it's raining?
Why zipline here?
Coromandel Zipline Tours is also the only zipline canopy tour that we know of, that uses a train to take you to the start of the first zipline.
What do I need to wear?
You must have closed toe footwear, so no jandals or sandals sorry.
Do I need ziplining experience?
When do tours depart?
Can I take my own camera?
Feel free to tag us in your photos and videos on social media #corozip and @corozip.
How many people are on a tour?
Is it safe?
How does my ticket contribute to conservation?
Check out our Conservation Park page for more information on what we are doing to enhance and protect New Zealand’s native flora and fauna.