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Rotorua Free Visitor Attractions, New Zealand

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KEROSENE CREEK HOT POOLS - Rotorua

Location: Rotorua - Lake Tarawera

Thirty five minutes south of Rotorua is Kerosene Creek, a geothermally heated stream where you can bathe and relax. Hot water from a natural spring under the earth bubbles up into the cool waters of the creek, creating pleasantly warm waters. Swimmers have piled up small smooth rocks to create little hot pools beside the..(more)

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KUIRAU PARK - Rotorua

Location: Rotorua - Rotorua City

Kuirau Park is a great place to visit with it being one of the fun FREE things to do in Rotorua. Get up close and personal with naturally occurring geothermal activity. Visit the children’s playground, the footpools, the paddling pool, or use the picnic facilities (bbq) and wander in the gardens, you can also take..(more)

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MT NGONGOTAHA JUBILEE TRACK - Rotorua

Location: Rotorua - Paradise Valley

The only walking track up to the summit of Mt Ngongotaha. Passes through native forest with views of one of the largest rata trees in the Bay of..(more)

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OHINEMUTU MAORI VILLAGE - Rotorua

Location: Rotorua - Rotorua City

Just 10 minutes’ walk from downtown Rotorua is the Māori village of Ohinemutu. This place is home to the Ngāti Whakaue tribe, a sub-tribe of the Te Arawa waka (canoe) which journeyed from the Pacific homeland of Hawaiiki to New Zealand around..(more)

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OKERE FALLS WALK - Rotorua

Location: Rotorua

Beautiful Waterfalls With The Wow Factor. A lovely little easy walk through bush (left side of the main carpark). It takes in the waterfalls all the way through to the Trout Pool. The track is 1.2km long and takes about 30min one..(more)

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BLUE LAKE TRACK - Rotorua

Location: Rotorua

Enjoy native bush and quiet beaches. The track provides good opportunities to look out over the Blue Lake (Tikitapu) and Green Lake (Rotokakahi). Going in a clockwise direction, the track begins at the north-east end of the Lake. Head along the shore and follow the roadside section south, watching for oncoming..(more)

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