Rotorua’s Energy Events Centre is located in spectacular Government Gardens, behind the iconic Bath House building housing the city’s Museum of Art and History.
The Energy Events Centre is a purpose-built events complex, just a few minutes’ walk from its sister facility, the Rotorua Convention Centre, and from major hotels, cafes and restaurants.
If you’re looking for somewhere to dine, Eat Streat is one of Rotorua’s coolest hot spots in the city! Here you will enjoy quality restaurants, cafés and bars as well as the famous Lady Jane’s Ice Cream Parlour. It is only a 10 minute walk from the Energy Events Centre.
Skyline Rotorua Gondola
Skyline Rotorua Gondola is the most spectacular way to take in the 180 degree views of Lake Rotorua, the city and surrounding district. With three different track options at the top, this fun filled adventure has over 5kms of track to ride where riders have full control, over the 3 wheel, gravity-based luge cart. Check out their website for more information.
As the inventors of this iconic adventure experience, at OGO Rotorua, visitors are offered multiple OGO ride options, the longest tracks in NZ and scenic views over Lake Rotorua & Mokoia Island. Only a 5 minute drive from Rotorua CBD, check out the website for more information.
Rotorua Canopy Tours
Rotorua Canopy Tours is New Zealand’s only native forest zipline canopy tour. Deep in virgin native forest this 3 hour wilderness adventure mixes fun, education and conservation into a once in a lifetime experience. For more information check out their website here
Polynesian Spa is New Zealand’s leading internationally acclaimed thermal spa, offering relaxing hot mineral spring bathing, sumptuous spa therapies and picturesque Lake Rotorua views. For more information click here
Situated five minutes from central Rotorua, Te Puia is an iconic destination for visitors featuring the world famous Pohutu Geyser, Maori cultural performances, live Kiwi, boiling mud pools, and native bush. Te Puia is also the home of the New Zealand Maori Arts and Crafts Institute, and acts as a kaitiaki (guardian) of the traditional Maori skills of carving and weaving for future generations. Check their website out for further details.