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We didn’t have much time to walk through this park but it turned out the mere 15-20 minutes we spent here was just what was required. It was a great way to get up close to some geothermal. I loved the way the steam whipped...More
Free parking in the centre of town and you are surrounded by the most amazing geothermal activity. There are bubbling mud pots, steam coming from rocks, bubbling water. There is a huge area filled with steam and bubbling hot springs.
You can even sit with...More
This park in central Rotorua gives visitors the chance to see the area's wonderful thermal activity free of charge. You can wander at leisure among bubbling pools of mud and boiling lakes (safely fenced off) and even dip your feet in a pool of natural...More
Ever since holidaying in Rotorua this has been a MUST do! what makes it unique apart from the impressive volcanic/thermal activity is the fact it is a park and free to visitors. If staying in Rotorua and are having to watch how much you spend...More
There are plenty of places that charge to view sulphur pools in Rotorua, but if you don’t want to pay, then go to Kuirau Park. It’s near the town centre, there is parking as well as a kids playground. There’s heaps of sulphur pools/springs to...More
This is a perfect park to take a walk in and see some of the hot pools and mud pools. You can just follow the path and you get to see everything the park has to offer. The biggest hot pool is the coolest, so...More
We got to visit this park as part of a guided full day tour. The guide brought us here after visit the Maori Living village in hopes that we would see some bubbling mud. Unfortunately, it had been raining quite a bit in the recent...More