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  • General Information

    Other Name: -, District: Tauranga, State: Bay of Plenty, New Zealand
    Area: 0 -
    Languages Spoken: English and Maori
    Long Distance Code: 07
    Importance: A major turist destination.
    Best Time to Visit: December to February and September
    International Access: Connected to all the major cities of New Zealand.
  • Description

    Tauranga is the largest city of the Bay of Plenty region of the North Island of New Zealand. Tauranga is 205 km (127 mi) south-east of Auckland, 105 km (65 mi) east of Hamilton and 85 km (53 mi) north of Rotorua,
  • Location

    Tauranga is located around a large harbour which extends along the western Bay of Plenty, and is protected by Matakana Island and the extinct volcano of Mauao.
  • Climate

    Temperate Climate.
Tauranga''s best kept secret. This large gallery on the outskirts of Tauranga opened 2004, and is now a must-see of the local art scene. Housed in one half of a church-like building it has plenty of room to display an outstanding collection of contemporary and Pacific art, including some very adventurous pieces. The Gallery has an extensive range of hand-blown and cast glass from NZ''s best, along with mosaics, metal work, iconic NZ gifts for posting overseas and a stunning range of jewellery set in sterling silver. Contemporary art from local artists and the rest of NZ. Worldwide delivery and packaging service.

O''Hara Estate is an exceptional opportunity to see a working deer farm and breeding stud. They offer a wide arrange of tours and experiences from horseback and 4WD safaris to archery and fishing courses.

With plenty of scope for exploring this unique environment and beautiful scenery coupled with friendly, experienced and professional guides your garunteed to have a fun time.

Te Aratoi provide you with an authentic and real culture tour. Specialising in groups and event management, they can offer a range of tours from half day to week long experiences.

Learn about pre european maori culture, how they drew on the land in all aspects of their life and the ancestral lore that shapes these amazing people. For a unique element to your tour they''re bound to fill your needs.

Located inside the Tauranga harbour and within 5 minutes of both Mount Maunganui and Tauranga city shopping centres, Tauranga Bridge Marina is a New Zealand Port of Entry and a modern facility consisting of 500 fully serviced Marina berths.

The Bay of Plenty is one of the fastest growing areas in New Zealand. Tauranga is also centrally located within the Bay of Plenty, which is known as one of New Zealand''s finest aquatic recreation centres.

Marina berths range from 10.5 to 37.0 metres. Limited multihull berths are also available. Rental berths are available both short and long term - in some instances overseas vessels will be entitled to an exemption from the 12.5% GST (Goods & Services Tax) which applies in New Zealand on berth fees.
Waterfront location, right on the harbour. 26 units, each with a water view. Premiere luxurious spa suites with large Italian-inspired spa bath and panoramic water views. Studio units with kitchen facilities, microwave, tiled bathroom with shower, queen size beds, phone, fax, internet connection, email access, Sky TV, electric blankets, heating. Cot, highchair and freezer available. Cooked/continental breakfast available in room or in the conference centre''s Breakout Nook, room service, 2 seminar rooms with data projection, audiovisual equipment and refreshments. Secure courtyard parking, laundry. Central city location in quiet cul-de-sac. 200m to cafes, restaurants, downtown shopping, multi-screen cinema and city centre. Tariff: $150-$325; extra person $25. All major credit cards, Eftpos. Member MANZ.