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Thames Coromandel District Council, Ngāti Hei and the Department of Conservation will deploy rangers around Cathedral Cove during the summer to educate visitors about risks and the continued closure of the walkway.
The Department of Conservation and Ngāti Hei are once again urging the public to respect warnings and a rāhui around the walking tracks at Coromandel Cove.
Destination Hauraki Coromandel has developed a poster to let visitors know what commercial operators are providing tours around Cathedral Cove over the summer.
DOC is also warning visitors to stay away from the famous arches due to the danger.
The continued closure of walking tracks around one of Coromandel’s most popular natural attractions poses a challenge but marine access still offers an excellent experience.
The Department of Conservation expects to determine the fate of the popular Coromandel hotspot Cathedral Cove next week.
Iconic Coromandel tourist spot, Cathedral Cove, has been completely closed to the public due to a severe slip in the last two days, as well as washouts, fallen trees, and flooding.
Cathedral Cove is expected to re-open next after abseilers remove loose rocks.
The popular Cathedral Cove park and ride shuttle will be operating over the busy 2017/18 summer holiday season, along with longer opening hours at the Hahei Village Entrance car park.