Peninsula full to the brim
Tuesday 24 February 2004
Thousands of holidaymakers flocking to the Coromandel Peninsula have made this summer the busiest ever.
By The LandlordThames Coromandel District Council's peak population survey shows an estimated 142,375 people were on the peninsula at its busiest.
The survey, presented to TCDC's policy and planning committee, used figures from Department of Conservation camping grounds, holiday camps, dairies and traffic counts from Boxing Day to January 4. There were also door-to-door counts at 850 residences.
A similar survey was done in 1997-98 when the peak population was estimated at 101,747.
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