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Small price increase
16/06/2014
From 01 July 2014 there will be a small increase to our admission fees.
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Waimangu continues to come out tops!
Waimangu Volcanic Valley Ltd, Rotorua
Waimangu continues to come out tops!
13/06/2014
We always knew it and Reviewers on TripAdvisor confirm it
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Scientists Probe Lake Rotomahana's Heat
Waimangu Volcanic Valley Ltd, Rotorua
Scientists Probe Lake Rotomahana's Heat
10/03/2014
For years, scientists have known there are two active geothermal systems under the 800ha lake, considered the warmest of the Rotorua lakes with year-long temperatures of 11C to 14C.
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Rotorua Museum Art Awards Exhibition - August 10 to 28 October
Waimangu Volcanic Valley Ltd, Rotorua
Rotorua Museum Art Awards Exhibition - August 10 to 28 October
2/08/2013
Waimangu is proud to be a major sponsor of the Rotorua Museum Art Awards.
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Celebrate the completion of the Te Ara Ahi Bicycle Trail
Waimangu Volcanic Valley Ltd, Rotorua
Celebrate the completion of the Te Ara Ahi Bicycle Trail
19/07/2013
The Te Ara Ahi Bicycle Trail which encompasses Waimangu is scheduled for completion on 25 August, and as part of the celebrations you are invited to take part in the Te Ara Ahi Charity Fun Ride
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Waimangu takes active part in restoration of the Kauaka Stream, Waipa
Waimangu Volcanic Valley Ltd, Rotorua
Waimangu takes active part in restoration of the Kauaka Stream, Waipa
9/07/2013
The Rotorua Sustainable Charter, of which Waimangu Volcanic Valley is a founding member, is putting a public face on its ethos, with members mucking in to restore a local stream.
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Waimangu features in American Travel Blog
25/03/2013
Waimangu recently hosted Elissa Richard, contributing editor & writer for several travel-focused American publications, including Fodors.com, ShermansTravel.com, and Yahoo.com. Read her travel blog focussing on Waimangu and other Rotorua geothermal and spa attractions
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Answering your questions
15/03/2013
We've listened to your questions and updated our information
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CEO of Tourism Industry Association New Zealand visits Waimangu Volcanic Valley
Waimangu Volcanic Valley Ltd, Rotorua
CEO of Tourism Industry Association New Zealand visits Waimangu Volcanic Valley
25/01/2013
We were happy to welcome Martin Snedden and his family to Waimangu recently
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Trip Advisor Reviewers love Waimangu Volcanic Valley
Waimangu Volcanic Valley Ltd, Rotorua
Trip Advisor Reviewers love Waimangu Volcanic Valley
27/11/2012
Reviewers consistently rank Waimangu as No 1 Rotorua Attraction - read what people say.
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A New Geyser is playing on the shores of Lake Rotomahana at Waimangu
Waimangu Volcanic Valley Ltd, Rotorua
A New Geyser is playing on the shores of Lake Rotomahana at Waimangu
25/09/2012
A new geyser for Waimangu Volcanic Valley
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Sustainability is the name of the game at Waimangu
25/09/2012
Sustainability could be Harvey James' (CEO of Waimangu Volcancic Valley) middle name
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Final project of the Waimangu Redevelopment Plan completed
1/05/2012
The completion of the Warbrick dispersal field at Waimangu Volcanic Valley ensures that there will be absolutely no opportunity for effluent to seep into Waimangu’s streams or lake.
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The Pink Terraces are still there!
17/03/2012
Nearly all of the Pink Terraces survived the 1886 eruption of Mt Tarawera, scientists have found.
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Scientists find more of the Pink & White Terraces
16/03/2012
It had been thought the terraces, once known as the eighth wonder of the world, had been totally destroyed in the fallout from the violent eruption of Mount Tarawera in 1886. Further evidence of the remaining legendary pink and white terraces is expected to be revealed this morning.
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