Robertson House Rotorua

Rotorua is New Zealand's oldest resort and premiere centre for geothermal activity.
Rotorua is renowned for being New Zealand's most popular tourist location.

Robertson House - B & B
70 Pererika Street, Rotorua
New Zealand
T: +64 (07) 219 5326
M: (+64) 027 412 5733

Rotorua - The Region

Take in some of the local sites - ask your friendly host John for more ideas and directions:

Te Puia
New Zealand's premier Maori culture and geothermal visitor experience since 1963. Local Maori guides will the beauty and history of Te Whakarewarewa thermal valley with you. Learn about Guide Rangi, Guide Sophia, Bella, Maggie Papakura and other famous guides of the past. Share in their heritage as it has been handed down through the generations. The Tour includes the history of the migration of the Maori people, the Institute and Arts and Crafts Gallery, interaction with Maori carvers, weavers and sculptors at work and the Te Whakarewarewa Geothermal Valley.

Waimangu Valley
The world's newest geo-thermal ecosystem was formed by the eruption of Mt Tarawera in 1886. Lush native bush, birdsong and volcanic activity - it is a place where you can appreciate the power and beauty of nature. You can discover the valley's seven craters via walking trails (both easy and advanced) or on a boat cruise. Guided tours are also available for those who wish to know more about the volcanic eruption or the unique bio-diversity of the area.

Rainbow Springs Nature Park
Beautiful native bush and a wonderful combination of natural elements and species in one setting. Clear cold water springs are home to wild trout. New Zealand’s national icon, the Kiwi, on display in the nocturnal Kiwi house. Native plants and trees along walkways with detailed botanical information. Both adult and juvenile Tuatara, New Zealand’s ancient “dinosaur”. Wide range of New Zealand’s endangered native birds in free flight aviaries and native lizards enclosures.

Rotorua Government Gardens
Strolling through the peaceful gardens is the ultimate pleasure. Rotorua's government gardens offers a stunning natural setting of seemingly endless beauty. Geothermal activity, structures of architectural mastery and flowers and plants so beautiful, they need to be experienced with all the senses. Visit the government gardens of endless possibilities for relaxation, fun and adventure.

Rotorua Museum
Discover the essence of Rotorua; its people, culture and volcanic landscape. Learn the great stories and legends that have shaped the past and present of this fascinating region.