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Guidebook for Rotorua

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Guidebook for Rotorua

Parks & Nature
Get a taste of Rotorua's fascinating thermal heritage. A free public park with mud pools and plenty of the thermal activity. Breathein the Sulphur smells whilst soaking your feet in the hot foot pool. There's also a Saturday morning market here
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Kuirau Park - Mud Pools
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Get a taste of Rotorua's fascinating thermal heritage. A free public park with mud pools and plenty of the thermal activity. Breathein the Sulphur smells whilst soaking your feet in the hot foot pool. There's also a Saturday morning market here
Take a stroll by the lake to watch native birdlife and the beautiful lake Rotorua
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Sulphur Point
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Take a stroll by the lake to watch native birdlife and the beautiful lake Rotorua
A stuning forest with walks to suit everyone. Anything from gentle 30 minute walks all the way up to an 8 hours hike to experience magnificent views. Enormous redwood trees and native vegetation. Mountain bikes and dogs on lead are welcome too.
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The Redwoods – Whakarewarewa Forest
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A stuning forest with walks to suit everyone. Anything from gentle 30 minute walks all the way up to an 8 hours hike to experience magnificent views. Enormous redwood trees and native vegetation. Mountain bikes and dogs on lead are welcome too.
The largest spring in NZ where 5 million litres of fresh water flows daily. A beautiful trout stream, redwood trees, dance sand.
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Hamurana Springs Nature Reserve
773 Hamurana Rd
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The largest spring in NZ where 5 million litres of fresh water flows daily. A beautiful trout stream, redwood trees, dance sand.
Sightseeing
Stroll around the beautiful gardnes below Rotorua Museum. Visit the Rachel Pool which fed mineral water to the original Bath House.
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Government Gardens
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Stroll around the beautiful gardnes below Rotorua Museum. Visit the Rachel Pool which fed mineral water to the original Bath House.
观光
THE CENTRE FOR NEW ZEALAND'S MĀORI CULTURE AND GEOTHERMAL WONDERS.
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Te Puia
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THE CENTRE FOR NEW ZEALAND'S MĀORI CULTURE AND GEOTHERMAL WONDERS.
You’ll get to hand-feed and take photos with all sorts of friendly animals, including Romney sheep, cattle, deer, llamas, ostrich, pigs and alpaca! During your ride you may even spot some rare breeds of sheep. Farm Tour You’ll also explore our fruit orchard and olive grove and have the chance to taste natural kiwifruit juice and delicious sweet honey. Hands-on, entertaining and educational – kids and adults alike love the Farm Tour. Farm Show You’ll hear amazing facts and have a few laughs as you’re introduced to 19 breeds of sheep. Then, witness a live sheep shearing demonstration and a fun sheep auction with bidding from the floor and audience participation.
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Agrodome
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You’ll get to hand-feed and take photos with all sorts of friendly animals, including Romney sheep, cattle, deer, llamas, ostrich, pigs and alpaca! During your ride you may even spot some rare breeds of sheep. Farm Tour You’ll also explore our fruit orchard and olive grove and have the chance to taste natural kiwifruit juice and delicious sweet honey. Hands-on, entertaining and educational – kids and adults alike love the Farm Tour. Farm Show You’ll hear amazing facts and have a few laughs as you’re introduced to 19 breeds of sheep. Then, witness a live sheep shearing demonstration and a fun sheep auction with bidding from the floor and audience participation.
Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland is a spectacular showcase of New Zealand’s most colourful and unique geothermal elements sculpted by thousands of years of volcanic activity.
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Wai-O-Tapu
201 Waiotapu Loop Rd
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Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland is a spectacular showcase of New Zealand’s most colourful and unique geothermal elements sculpted by thousands of years of volcanic activity.
美食所在地
Eat Streat is one of Rotorua’s coolest hot spots in the city. At the lake end of Tutanekai Street, you will enjoy quality restaurants, cafés and bars. The covered central walkway with retractable roofing is the focal point for this all-weather al fresco dining area, making it ideal for year round entertainment. The thermally heated footpath and enhanced lighting gives Eat Streat an unique and vibrant dining atmosphere.
Tutanekai Street
Eat Streat is one of Rotorua’s coolest hot spots in the city. At the lake end of Tutanekai Street, you will enjoy quality restaurants, cafés and bars. The covered central walkway with retractable roofing is the focal point for this all-weather al fresco dining area, making it ideal for year round entertainment. The thermally heated footpath and enhanced lighting gives Eat Streat an unique and vibrant dining atmosphere.