About the Rotorua Area

The Rotorua district is situated on one of the most active geothermal and volcanic regions in the world.

Some Quick Facts
Thermal wonderland – with healing mineral waters
Often known as the Spiritual Heartland of Maori Culture
Settled about AD1350
Europeans settlers arrived about 1870
Population 68,000, 35% of Maori descent, Te Arawa
Adventure playground
Tourism icon in New Zealand
Lakes district with 17 lakes (14 fishable) and countless streams
Trout fishing mecca of New Zealand
Large forestry industry

Rotorua Airport
3 flights per week from Sydney
Services most destinations throughout New Zealand
We are about 20 minutes from the Airport

Things To Do In Rotorua
We offer a visitor information service on activities including Mitai Maori Village, Rainbow Springs, Luge, Zorb, Agrodome, Rotorua Museum, Wai O Tapu, Waikite Valley Thermal Pools, Amazeme, Hells Gate and many more. We can also book your concert and hangi experience with a free pickup. A full range of activity brochures is situated in the Camp Kitchen.

Ask at the office about our FREE attractions, family friendly activities and discount vouchers for some activities.

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