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Welcome to the Te Aroha i-SITE

Welcome to the Te Aroha i-SITE Visitor Centre. We have the information and tourism services you need to make your stay in Te Aroha the very best time ever.

Visit Te Aroha to experience our naturally hot soda spas and warm leisure pools set among the green tree ferns of Mt Te Aroha. Our magnificent mountain is an ever changing backdrop to an historic and vibrant Spa town through which the Waihou River winds its way out to the Firth of Thames.

Discover Te Aroha’s rich history when ‘taking the waters’ was a fashionable pastime and a cure for everything. Be transported back in time to the gold mining days of Waiorongomai Valley where fortunes were made and lost, where you can still follow old miners’ trails and discover relics of the gold rush days.

After a day walking or biking the hills, following the arts trail or simply relaxing, we can help you find the accommodation that best suits you, be it backpackers, motel, country cottage or luxury villa, and we can happily recommend somewhere to eat. We can also help you book a massage or treatment, and Phototell you ‘What’s On’ in town.

However you spend your time in our town you will be assured of great Te Aroha hospitality.

“Te Aroha is the gem of the bunch: its soda spa bathhouses
set around the mountain and immaculate parks are
pure Victoriana.”

 – NZ Herald, Saturday May 12, 2012

 

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Of interest..

> Hauraki Trail Blazers
> Te Aroha Article March 2012
> Nourish Magazine Article
> Te Aroha: Old World Charms
> Waterfall Walk Re-opens
   
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