Monuments and Landmarks in Rotorua (New Zealand)

Rainbow Springs Nature Park
  • Rainbow Springs Nature Park

    192 Fairy Springs Road 3015 Rotorua New Zealand
    Set amongst the native trees and beautiful forests of Rotorua, Rainbow Springs Nature Park offers a fun-packed and educational experience for the whole family. Learn about New Zealand’s fascinating natural history and meet the creatures who call this great land of ours home. Each day our team of experts run free animal encounters which allow you to get closer than ever to some of our favourite park residents including trout, reptiles and native birds. Rainbow Springs is also home to Kiwi Encounter ...
Mitai Maori Village - Rotorua New Zealand
  • Mitai Maori Village - Rotorua New Zealand

    196 Fairy Springs Rd 3015 Rotorua New Zealand
    Situated a 5 minute drive from the centre of town we offer you an authentic cultural experience: ground cooked hangi meal, cultural performance, guided bush walk incorporating glow worms in their natural environ, sacred Fairy Spring and waka passby
Paradise Valley Springs
  • Paradise Valley Springs

    467 Paradise Valley Road 3072 Rotorua New Zealand
    Experience the best of native New Zealand amongst natural and well kept grounds. See New Zealand Wildlife, Rainbow Trout, Native Birds and Farm Animals, Treetops Walk, Freshwater Spring, plus Lion Park. Open every day of the year from 8am till dark (365 days). Last admission 5pm every day. Allow at least 1.5 hours and tickets are valid all day. Lion Pride Feeding 2.30pm daily Kea and Possum Feeding 3.00pm daily
Redwoods, Whakarewarewa Forest
  • Redwoods, Whakarewarewa Forest

    Long Mile Road 3010 Rotorua New Zealand
    Tokorangi Forest or The Redwoods and Whakarewarewa Forest are managed by Rotorua District Council and Kaingaroa Timberlands respectviely. They work with iwi land owners to manage them as productive plantation forests and a recreational playground, recognising the direct and indirect value recreation has to the district.
Wingspan Birds of Prey Trust
  • Wingspan Birds of Prey Trust

    1164 Paradise Valley Rd 3072 Rotorua New Zealand
    A registered New Zealand charitable trust established for the research, captive management, rehabilitation, and public awareness of New Zealand birds of prey....falcons, hawks and owls. The first, and only bird of prey centre in New Zealand, and most of New Zealand's falconers.
Whakarewarewa
  • Whakarewarewa

    Whakarewarewa (reduced version of Te Whakarewarewatanga O Te Ope Taua A Wahiao, meaning The gathering place for the war parties of Wahiao, often abbreviated to Whaka by locals) is a geothermal area within Rotorua city in the Taupo Volcanic Zone of New Zealand. This was the site of the Māori fortress of Te Puia, first occupied around 1325, and known as an impenetrable stronghold never taken in battle. Māori have lived here ever since, taking full advantage of the geothermal ...
aMAZEme
  • aMAZEme

    1335 Paradise Valley RD Ngongotaha Rotorua 3015 Rotorua New Zealand
    aMAZEme - Have fun - get lost. 1.4km Hedge Maze located in Rotorua, New Zealand. Affordable family fun. Adventure play area & more. Wheel chair accessible. 10:00-16:00 Weather Permitting.
Lake Rotorua
  • Lake Rotorua

    Lake Rotorua is the second largest lake in the North Island of New Zealand by surface area, and covers 79.8 km2. With a mean depth of only 10 metres it is considerably smaller than nearby Lake Tarawera in terms of volume of water. It is located in the Bay of Plenty region. The city of Rotorua is sited on its southern shore, and the town of Ngongotaha is at the western edge of the lake. The lake was formed from the ...
Rotorua Farmers Market
  • Rotorua Farmers Market

    Te Manawa, Tutanekai and Hinemoa Streets 3010 Rotorua New Zealand
    Rotorua Farmers Market sells a range of fresh, local produce and specialty foods from handcrafted wooden barrows. The market will recommence in Spring of 2017.
Mokoia Island
  • Mokoia Island

    Mokoia Island is located in Lake Rotorua in New Zealand. It has an area of 1.35 square kilometres. The island is a rhyolite lava dome, rising to 180 metres above the lake surface. It was formed after the Rotorua caldera collapsed and rhyolitic magma was pushed through the cracks. One of the cracks was below where Mokoia island is today. The foreshores of the island have geothermal springs with hot spring water forming the Hinemoa pool, known to locals as ...
Pohutu Geyser