Buckle up and hold on tight. Off Road NZ is made for rugged, radical adventures in magnificent New Zealand forest. From Monster 4X4 Thrill Rides to 4WD Bush Safaris & Raceline Karting, come and explore our backyard with some high-flying, action packed fun.
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aMAZEme is a fabulous whānau focused maze attraction with 1.4 kilometres of winding hedge lined pathways that take you to the centre. You are bound to get lost and are guaranteed to have loads of fun finding your way. With a beautiful garden (with rabbits) and wheel chair accessible, this is a great, fun day for the whole family! aMAZEme is focussed on providing good old fashioned fun for families at an affordable price.
What could be more fun for the whānau than getting the adrenalin pumping at full speed at Velocity Valley? Proudly home to the world’s ONLY Shweeb Racer as well as the Swoop, Agrojet, Freefall Xtreme, Rotorua Bungy and the Freestyle Airbag. Velocity Valley makes going fast fun for everyone. A whānau favourite, with smiles guaranteed!
The world famous Rotorua luge is a must do! Skyline Rotorua is a one stop shop for the whole family, with the biggest luge tracks, the highest views, Stratosphere Restaurant, Zoom Zipline, the Skyswing and the Skyline Downhill Park … so many options to choose from. Luge with us and experience so much more in Rotorua.
Rotorua is the cultural capital of Aotearoa, with over 200 years of showcasing the beautiful Māori culture to the world. Experience the wonder of our culture through geothermal parks, interactive experiences and the smiles and manaakitanga of our people. Caring locals will guide you through local experiences with great stories, great heart and great fun, leaving you and your whānau with great memories.
A superbly presented New Zealand trout, bird & wildlife park along with a pride of African lions. Set amongst peaceful and well maintained native New Zealand bush.
Paradise Valley Springs is Rotorua’s must-see wildlife park where visitors of all ages can interact closely with a range of New Zealand’s wild animals, native birds, farm animals and trout, as well as a view. Get up close to a large pride of African Lions. Roaring good fun for the whole family!
Rotorua is New Zealand’s lake district, with 18 lakes nearby. The most spectacular way to experience the landscape is from the air. Fly with us in either a helicopter or the amazing Otter float plane and create an unforgettable memory, capturing the full beauty of our region.
When it comes to white water adventures, the Kaituna River is unmatched in excitement levels. Raft the world’s highest commercially rafted waterfall with our world class local guides and enjoy the stunning river scenery. Come raft with us, on this fun, safe and culturally spectacular awa (river) with great stories and even better memories.
Rotorua is the best place in Aotearoa to unwind and relax. From natural lakeside hot pools to luxury spas, there are so many ways to rejuvenate the mind and body. You’ll even find New Zealand’s only geothermal mud baths!
Fancy Meow Cat Café is New Zealand’s only cat café with pure-bred cats and kittens. Come in for a visit to relax, decompress, and enjoy the furry friends. The cats and kittens enjoy play and cuddle time with their human companions. Fun for the whole whānau, a cat lover’s paradise!
Whats more fun for the whānau than the duck? Nothing! Take guided sightseeing tours of Rotorua and the lakes region in a WWII amphibious landing craft. Splashdown onto pristine lakes surrounded by beautiful native forests. Rotorua Duck Tours are the perfect introduction to Rotorua’s geothermal and Māori history. Quack with the kids around Rotorua and the lakes!
New Zealand’s most-visited archaeological site where stories of the 1886 Mt Tarawera eruption come to life. Stories of survival and resilience are told throughout Buried Village’s museum exhibits and in more than a kilometre of heritage excavations. Wander through our beautiful park where the people of Te Wairoa lived before the eruption which includes Te Wairoa Stream and waterfall walk. Although described as peaceful and tranquil, the regenerating forest hides the scars of one of New Zealand’s deadliest disasters.