Rotorua offers excellent educational opportunities at all levels. The city has modern facilities, a supportive environment and a quality lifestyle.
Rotorua's central location makes it one of the most accessible cities in the country. Find out more on why you should choose Rotorua to broaden your skills.
With glistening lakes, spectacular forests and amazing geothermal wonders, Rotorua is the perfect home for nature lovers. Residents benefit from world class outdoor activities like boating, swimming, mountain biking, trail running and fishing.
Rotorua has become the lifestyle destination of choice for professional couples, families and people that have a passion for life and the outdoors.
Rotorua offers an excellent work-life balance. The outdoor environment plays a huge role in the lives of many people who live and work here.
It takes only minutes to get from an office in the CBD to a number of Rotorua's great lakes or to be in the forest, riding some of the best mountain bike trails in the southern hemisphere.
Rotorua is renowned for its Bike Festival and multi-sport events in stunning natural surrounds. There is an ever-changing events line up from performing arts & exhibitions to festivals and gigs.
Our What's On guide will let you know what is coming up in the weeks and months ahead.
Rotorua's inner city is an attractive, vibrant and enjoyable destination for locals and visitors alike. Discover fabulous boutique shopping in the heart of the city, explore local markets, relax in the central parks and reserves. Enjoy alfresco dining in any weather on Eat Streat and discover more in the heart of Rotorua.
Learn more about Rotorua's plans for inner city revitalisation.
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