Kuaotunu

Community information for residents, ratepayers and visitors

Welcome to our home on the Coromandel Peninsula

Situated midway between Whitianga and Coromandel Town, Kuaotunu is a small coastal village with a strong community spirit.   

This website aims to foster this sense of community by providing a central resource of information about Kuaotunu. 

Community Calendar

Community Newsletter

October 8, 2022
In conjunction with the Matarangi Ratepayers Association (MRAI), the Kuaotunu Residents & Ratepayers Association (KRRA) has been actively exploring the feasibility of reinstating walking & cycling access between Rings Beach and Matarangi via the building of a suspension bridge to b...
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Get involved

Our strong sense of community spirit is one of the key reasons people choose to live in Kuaotunu

Whether you simply like to chat to your neighbours over a coffee in the village, or get stuck into some serious work, your contribution will be welcomed and appreciated.

Attention landowners

Did you know that the Waikato Regional Council works with landowners on catchment new works and river works?

A couple leaning on a gate with a potted native plant in Kuaotunu on the Coromandel Peninsula

Kuaotunu Residents & Ratepayers Association​ (KRRA)

Are you passionate about Kuaotunu? Do you want to make sure your views are represented on local issues?

Join KRRA and...

  • Be heard on issues that matter to you
  • Help make sure our community stays a great place to live
  • Acknowledge the work that the Association does on behalf of Kuaotunu
  • Get to vote for the committee and on key issues

Next Committee Meeting

6:30pm, Tuesday 13 December 2022
Kuaotunu Hall

Want to stay informed on what's happening in Kuaotunu?

The Kuaotunu Residents and Ratepayers Association (KRRA) publishes a brief but informative email newsletter every month or two. To get it directly in your Inbox, subscribe here:

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