Rotorua is a great central location, with many leisure options on offer for time out, especially for accompanying family members. Hotel accommodation is available at group discounted pricing, with hotels aplenty for those wishing to do their own thing.
This years conference is being held at the Energy Events Centre in Rotorua and is the perfect venue for conferences and exhibitions. Positioned at the edge of Lake Rotorua, the Energy Events Centre’s unique location within the picturesque Government Gardens, behinf the iconic Bath House building housing the Museum of Art and History. The Events Centre provides extensive car parking and is also within easy walking distance of the retail precinct, accommodation, restaurants, cafes and spa facilities.
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.
Things to do in Rotorua
Rotorua is a town set on its namesake lake in New Zealand’s North Island and a cultural centre for the indigenous Maori people. Te Puia cultural centre, in the Whakarewarewa valley, it has geysers and thermal mud pools fueled by the area’s geothermal activity, and houses the New Zealand Maori Arts and Crafts Institute.
Whether you want to relax and unwind at one of the natural geothermal spas, indulge in a luxurious treatment, or find your inner adrenaline junkie, Rotorua has something for you.