John Paul College
Rotorua is a premier international tourist destination which is famous throughout the world for its unique geothermal sites, spectacular scenery, rich Maori culture and vast array of exciting adventure activities.
This small New Zealand city of 70,000 has a first rate infrastructure to comfortably accommodate the three million tourists who visit each year and is also able to provide excellent service to the local agricultural and forestry industries. Its central location enables quick access to Auckland, Tauranga, Taupo and the ski fields, and can be easily reached by bus or via the busy Rotorua International Airport.
Surrounding the city are sixteen exquisite forest-fringed lakes renowned for their trout fishing and boating. Its world-famous mountain biking venue is a must and the local rivers offer numerous thrilling white water and kayaking adventures.
It is not surprising that Rotorua is often referred to as ‘the coolest hotspot in New Zealand’! To learn more about this stunning destination, click here. You can also discover the numerous clubs and organisations in the Rotorua Directory.
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