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Rotorua is situated in the centre of the North Island and is the most popular stop for overseas visitors. It is an important Maori cultural centre and is known throughout the world for it's geysers, mud pools, hot springs, lakes streams, trout fishing and a host of other activities.
Rotorua, New Zealand

Major Attractions

Maori Culture, Thermal Hot Pools, Lake Rotorua, The Buried Village, Walking / Tramping

Accommodation Guide

Rotorua has a wide range of accommodation, bed & breakfast, hotels, lodges,

Activity Guide

Rotorua offers so much for all to do .

Shopping Guide

Boutique shops, or Maori arts & craft, Rotorua offers excellent shopping.

Wine & Food Guide

Rotorua offers a wide range of excellent cuisine experiences.

Transport Guide

There are many options to get to Rotorua and to get around while you are visiting.

Tourism Services

Experienced assistance available to help you with the many choices available.

Key Facts

Population: 67,200
Average Daily Temperatures:
max / min Summer (Dec-Feb): 23°C / 12°C
  Autumn (Mar-May): 19°C / 8°C
  Winter (Jun-Aug): 13°C / 3°C
  Spring (Sept-Nov): 17°C / 7°C
Average Annual Rainfall: 1401mm


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