Bay of Plenty – Rotorua

Experience a volcanic wonderland where the land steams, mud and water bubble and geysers erupt into the air. A place where the Earth's crust is thin and the history is dense, surrounded by sparking lakes and thousands of hectares of native forest. A nature lover’s playground where you can experience Māori culture and satisfy your inner adrenalin junkie, all while exploring a geothermal wonderland and beautiful beaches in the Bay of Plenty (Te Moana a Toi). Learn more at rotoruanz.com and bayofplentynz.com

Major Centres: 

Rotorua
Tauranga
Whakatane

 

Airports: 

Rotorua Domestic Airport
Tauranga Domestic Airport

Agrodome

0800 339 400

141 Western Road
Rotorua

For over 40 years, visitors from all over the globe have come to the Agrodome to see our world-famous Farm Show – starring a cast of talented animals… and you!  Plus, join the Farm Tour to explore a real working farm, hand-feed loads of friendly animals, and sample delicious kiwifruit juice and honey from our land. There’s also the Nursery, with baby animals available for cuddles and photos all year round, and our Woollen Mill and Shearing Museum, where you’ll learn the remarkable story of NZ pioneers the Bowen brothers, and discover the full process of wool from the Sheep’s back to yours.

Cornerstone Pub

+64 7 928 1120

Cornerstone Pub is the place to go for amazing food for breakfast, lunch & dinner on The Strand. Live sport plays on our big screens. The best music & entertainment combines to create an atmosphere for all to enjoy!

Coromandel Holiday Retreat

+64 21 367 732

Stunning accommodation in a unique wild-life sanctuary, hidden away in the fabulous Coromandel Ranges-Te Paeroa o Toi-te-Huatahi. Experience the best of both worlds: beach, swimming and fishing within 20 minuites. Mountains, bush trekking and river walks at your doorstep. Hear Kiwi and see glow worms at night. Room to park your boat, plus a healing spa retreat.

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Adventure
Art Retail
Bushwalks
Cultural
Cycling
Dining
Fishing
Geothermal
Guided Tour
History
Horse
Hunting
Performance
Waka
Wellbeing
Wildlife

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