Castle Rock (Motutere), 8 km south-east of Coromandel town, is a distinctive feature of the Coromandel landscape. Made up of molten rock (magma) from the heart of a volcano that solidified in its neck, it has survived while the surrounding rock has eroded away.
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Reference: 17291/10 H
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