Rotorua captures some of the best New Zealand has to offer, all in one place. There are few better places to discover traditional Maori culture, and the region’s unique geothermal landscape provides the perfect setting for adventure.

Spectacular geysers, bubbling mud pools and thermal hot springs have been attracting visitors to Rotorua for more than 150 years, while its myriad lakes, rivers and streams and thousands of hectares of forest make it an ideal location for fishing and mountain biking. 
 
It’s also home to a number of world first adventure activities, as well as more traditional thrills such as skydiving, bungy jumping and white water rafting.
 
Rotorua’s Maori cultural experiences are many and varied, from cultural performances and traditional feasts to expert carving, weaving and storytelling.

Key facts about Rotorua

  •   Population: 69,00 people
  •   8 km Airport → City
  •   Accommodation: 3000 rooms
  •   Venues: 4,000 people

Climate & Weather

December

Summer

AVG High

23 C° / 73

AVG Low

12 C° / 53

June

Winter

AVG High

12 C° /53

AVG Low

3 C° / 37

Enquiries

To enquire about having your business event in New Zealand please feel free to contact me.

Leonie Ashford

Leonie Ashford

Business Events Bid Manager

Wellington, New Zealand

Rotorua Attractions

  • Volcanic & geothermal

    Volcanic & geothermal

    Get up close to spectacular geysers and colourful crater lakes, relax in a mud bath or enjoy a simple soak in a natural hot stream.

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  • Theme & leisure parks

    Theme & leisure parks

    Home to some of the world's most unique theme and leisure park experiences, head to Rotorua to have some fun and get your adrenalin pumping.

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  • Shopping in Rotorua

    Shopping in Rotorua

    Rotorua's geothermal wonders, rich culture and natural beauty is reflected in the town's unique shopping experiences.

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  • Cycling & Mountain Biking

    Cycling & Mountain Biking

    Rotorua has over 90km of world-class mountain biking trails – all located in lush forests - that are popular with both amateurs and experts alike.

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