If you reside in a low-lying area on the East Coast of the Coromandel Peninsula OR if you are effected by King tide inundation, please self evacuate immediately.
This specifically refers to beach-front properties, and properties on estuaries who have been flooded before in very high tides combined with storm surges. Our Civil Defence are set up at and open as of 10am for a safe place to wait for further information:
Civil Defence are set up at and open for a safe place to wait for further information:
*Coromandel St John Ambulance - 355 Tiki Road Coromandel
*Whitianga Town Hall – 22 Monk Street Whitianga
*Tairua Hall – 210 Main Road Tairua
*Whangamata Town Hall - 320 Port Road Whangamata
*Thames Civic Centre - 200 Mary Street Thames
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