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Discover the sites of Rotorua

Discover the sites of Rotorua

Summer is fast approaching and Rotorua is the perfect place for a weekend or week-long getaway. There are endless hours of fun to be had riding Rotorua’s world-class mountain bike trails, exploring beautiful sparkling lakes and stunning lush forests. Whether you're visiting with family or friends, looking for action and adventure, or to relax and unwind, you will want to keep coming back for more! Start planning your next holiday now! #RotoruaNZ

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Native Tree Planting

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10月 2017

Native Tree Planting

Spend the day with Department of Conservation Rangers getting native plants and trees in the ground at the unique Waikite Wetland to help restore vulnerable species in the area. This event is part of Conservation Week 2017 - conservationweek.org.nz Meet at the Department of Conservation at 8:00am - please pre-register. Bring: Drinking water (at least 1L) & lunch, sunhat, sunscreen, raincoat. Wear: Gumboots/sturdy boots, long trousers or over trousers, dress to the weather conditions. To register for this event please contact Catherine: cnoble@doc.govt.nz or 027-852-3683.

Eco-Adventures to Rotorua U3A

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10月 2017

Eco-Adventures to Rotorua U3A

How appropriate! New Zealand celebrates Conservation Week, 14-22 October and U3A hears about Canopy Tours: Treetop Eco-adventures on October 18! General Manager of Rotorua Canopy Tours, Paul Button will be speaking at Rotorua U3A’s Community Forum at 10am on Wednesday October 18 in the Bridge Club Rooms, Neil Hunt Park, Lynmore. We’ll hear how this venture is more than just a tourist attraction: it reflects the company’s commitment through the Canopy Conservation Trust to creating a pest-free environment covering approximately 220ha of the Dansey Road Scenic Reserve. They have developed a 35km trapping network using world-leading technology and have removed thousands of pests from the Reserve. We’ll hear, too, about the Canopy Tours eco-adventure over a 1.2 kilometre network of six ziplines, swinging bridges and treetop platforms up to 22 metres high in the canopy of ancient native forest. This was the 2016 New Zealand Tourism Awards Supreme Award winner, winning also the 2016 Environmental Tourism Award. And: this winner is on our doorstep! Doors open at 9:30 when morning tea is available. Visitors most welcome. Entry is by gold coin donation. Presented by: Canopy Tours

Rotorua Pink Walk 10th Anniversary

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10月 2017

Rotorua Pink Walk 10th Anniversary

Join us for our biggest fundraiser of the year! 2017 marks the 10th anniversary of the Pink Walk, organised by the Rotorua Breast Cancer Trust. All funds raised go towards helping breast cancer patients and their families in our local area. Register online and then don your finest pink outfits for the 3.4km walk around the Lakefront and Government Gardens. The walk starts at 6pm with entertainment from 4:30pm (on the day registration is also available). There are heaps of spot prizes up for grabs as well as awards on the night for Best Dressed Man, Woman, Child and Team and Best Dressed Business Team. Register online today at www.rbct.co.nz/pinkwalk/ Children 12 and under - koha (donation)