Stony beach, Stony Bay, Coromandel

Image: Sietse Bouma | DOC


Stony Bay is a deep inlet, flanked by the bush-clad and sacred hills of Mt Moehau. The bach is within Stony Bay campground, less than two minutes from the beach.

Accommodation overview


  • Vehicle


  • Sole


  • Bookings

Bookings required


  • Heating - electric
  • Kitchen - fully equipped
  • Lighting
  • Shower - hot
  • Toilet - flush


  • Boating
  • Diving and snorkelling
  • Fishing
  • Kayaking and canoeing
  • Mountain biking
  • Swimming
  • Walking and tramping

About this lodge


  • Sleeps 5 (one bedroom with 2 sets of bunks plus a sofa bed in the living room)
  • Electric oven, pots, pans, cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery
  • Fridge/freezer and microwave
  • Fan heater
  • Hot shower and flush toilet

You will need to bring your own bedding, towels and pillows.

This accommodation is Pack In Pack Out. There are no rubbish or recycling facilities except composting for food waste only. Bring a container with a sealable lid for your food scraps.

The closest refuse transfer station is 525 Hauraki Road, Coromandel Town. See Thames Coromandel District Council website for opening hours and other transfer stations.

Getting there

55 km north of Coromandel Township on the eastern side of the Peninsula.

The roads north of Colville are unsealed and it takes about 1 hour 30 minute to drive there. This is a no exit road.


$90 per night for 1-5 people.

A minimum stay of 2 nights applies.


The maximum stay is 14 consecutive days (21 consecutive days from 20 December to 8 February) followed by a minimum 7-day break before returning.

Bookings should be completed online. Changes and additions to bookings will incur a fee up to $10 per alteration.

Keys are contained in a lockbox beside the bach door. The code to access this will be included in the email you'll receive once a booking is made.

Book Stony Bay Bach online.


The Coromandel walkway to Fletcher Bay is accessed from the campground.

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