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Things to do in Hamilton, NZ

Arts Post
Arts Post

ArtsPost is dedicated to developing and promoting artists, and to growing a dynamic and supportive environment for the arts in the Waikato region. Located in one of Hamilton's heritage buildings, this former Post Office is now a retail space and gallery. ArtsPost is regularly updated with the best in local art.

Ashurst Park
Ashurst Park

Te Rapa Sportsdrome - Ashurst Park, Church Road, Hamilton. Guide for Te Rapa Sportsdrome - Ashurst Park events.

Boyes Park
Boyes Park

Neighbourhood Parks contribute to positive neighbourhood identity and provide community focal points. They provide an area of green space accessible to the community. The parks often have a play ground for children to enjoy, and seating for visitors to relax and enjoy the space.

Braithwaite Park
Braithwaite Park

History: Braithwaite Park is named after Rod Braithwaite who was a former Mayor of Hamilton. Maaori significance: Pukete was a fortified pa, believed to be built by the Nga Iwi tribe. Ngati Koura, a sub tribe of Ngati Wairere conquered the Nga Iwi tribe and took over the pa.

Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Hamilton
Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Hamilton

Welcome to the Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Hamilton. The Cathedral by the people of Hamilton, for the people. It reflects faith, generosity and hard work of the Hamilton Diocese.

Chinese Scholars Garden
Chinese Scholars Garden

Chinese Scholars' Garden in Hamilton. By Hamilton Gardens Cross the Island of Whispering Birds, past the elusive Hidden Philospher and through lush bamboo to reach the pavilion overlooking the Waikato River

Classics Museum
Classics Museum

Classics Museum, Hamilton: See 213 reviews, articles, and 116 photos of Classics Museum, ranked No.2 on TripAdvisor among 73 attractions in Hamilton.

Confinement - Escape Rooms
Confinement - Escape Rooms

Confinement is a Team Building activity located in the heart of Hamilton where your group is locked in a room with 60 minutes to escape. You must use team work to solve a series of logical, mechanical, maths and word puzzles in order to escape within the 60 minute time limit.

Cornerstone Alpacas Ltd.
Cornerstone Alpacas Ltd.

All at Cornerstone Alpaca Stud! We enjoy welcoming visitors to our beautiful Waikato farm in the picturesque Gordonton Village, Hamilton, NEW ZEALAND. We have been farming alpacas since 2005 and have a herd of more than 120 alpacas.

Day's Park
Day's Park

Day's Park, Hamilton: See 32 reviews, articles, and 12 photos of Day's Park, ranked No.19 on TripAdvisor among 72 attractions in Hamilton.

Discovery Park
Discovery Park

Map of Discovery Park, Flagstaff, Hamilton, New Zealand with street names and local businesses.

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Galloway Park,
Galloway Park,

Galloway Park, Galloway St, Fox St, Hamilton: map, website. Zenbu is a collaboratively edited directory of businesses and places that helps you find anything, anywhere.

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Gower Park
Gower Park

Gower Park, Alison Street, Melville, Hamilton. Guide for Gower Park events.

Grosvenor Park
Grosvenor Park

Grosvenor Motor Inn is located opposite a supermarket and a range of restaurants and cafes. It is a 2-minute drive from the heart of Hamilton and from Seddon Park. Waikato Stadium is 1,650 feet away. Grosvenor Motor Inn Hamilton has suites and apartments of varying sizes, each of which has a TV and balcony.

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Hamilton Astronomical Society Observatory
Hamilton Astronomical Society Observatory

About the Society; About the Observatory; ... a Member; Members Area . Welcome to the Hamilton Astronomical Society. ... Astronomical Society 183 Brymer Rd., Hamilton

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Hamilton Gardens
Hamilton Gardens

Entry to the Gardens is free and the enclosed gardens are open from 7:30am every day. How to find us. SUPPORT OUR DEVELOPMENT. You can support the development of Hamilton Gardens by donating in one of our donation boxes or online. Donate now. Hamilton Gardens Cafe . The Hamilton Gardens Cafe overlooks Turtle Lake and is open all-year for coffee and meals.

Hamilton Lake Domain
Hamilton Lake Domain

Hamilton Lake Domain Hamilton Lake Domain has a long history as one of Hamilton’s premiere parks. It is a significant recreational facility for residents of Hamilton City and beyond within walking distance from the CBD. Hamilton Lake Domain provides a focal point for a variety of water and land based activities as well as offering a unique ecological environment in the heart of Hamilton City.

Hamilton Mountain Bike Park
Hamilton Mountain Bike Park

Hamilton Mountain Bike Track Conveniently located within Hamilton’s city limits, Hamilton Mountain Bike Track (also known as Pukete Mountain Bike Park) in Pukete Farm Park is great for riders looking for something close to the city, cramming lots of track into a relatively small, centralised area.

Hamilton Zoo
Hamilton Zoo

Enjoy unlimited visits to Hamilton Zoo for a year with the freedom of an annual pass. Pop in for a quick visit, or stay all day.

Hammond Camellia Garden
Hammond Camellia Garden

Victorian Flower Garden The Hammond Camellia Garden tells the story of the discovery and development of the Camellia genus, which is one of the most popular ornamental plants in New Zealand gardens. Camellias are native to East Asia and began to be introduced to the West in the early 1700s.

Hammond Park
Hammond Park

More homes for Hamilton’s local bats are soon to be installed at Hammond Park and the public are invited to watch the installation as part of a bat fun day hosted by Project Echo and the Riverlea Environment Society. The bat fun day will be held on Saturday, 10 March from 10am to 12pm at the Malcolm Street end of Hammond Park.

Hayes Paddock
Hayes Paddock

Use: Hayes Paddock incorporates wide open spaces with planted esplanade reserve and is used as a through route on the walkway/cycleway connection to Hamilton Gardens. The beach at Wellington Street is located at this reserve and is used for swimming during the summer. It is the city’s most popular river swimming location.

Indian Char Bagh Garden
Indian Char Bagh Garden

The type that has been developed at Hamilton Gardens is the Riverside Garden with a plan very similar to the Taj Mahal on a very much smaller scale. A small hunting palace near Agra, called Lal Mahal, has inspired the Hamilton Garden's Char Bagh garden.

Italian Renaissance Garden
Italian Renaissance Garden

Italian Renaissance Gardens evolved from many sources, in particular the Arab garden traditions although Islamic symbolism was given a Christian interpretation. The other major influence was a revival of interest in the cultures of antiquity, and the Renaissance designers constantly tried to emulate and surpass the ancient Greek and Roman achievements.

Jansen Park
Jansen Park

Map of Jansen Park, Silverdale, Hamilton, New Zealand with street names and local businesses.

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Jubilee Park
Jubilee Park

JUBILEE PARK MANAGEMENT PLAN OPERATIVE AUGUST 1993 1 INTRODUCTION . Jubilee Park is located in the Hamilton City Suburb of Claudelands, between Brooklyn Road and Boundary

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Lake Rotoroa
Lake Rotoroa

Lake Rotoroa (or Hamilton Lake Domain) is a lake in Hamilton, Waikato, North Island, New Zealand. It has a surface area of about 54 hectares and an average depth of 2.4 metres. It is the home of the Hamilton Yacht Club, which holds regular sailing in the summer.

Minogue Park
Minogue Park

As part of Hamilton City Council’s development of playgrounds across the city, our Parks and Open Spaces unit is planning a new play area at Minogue Park, in Forest Lake. The new playground development is a significant investment by Council, in an area popular with Hamilton families.

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Modernist Garden
Modernist Garden

Indian Char Bagh Garden; Italian Renaissance Garden; Japanese Garden of Contemplation; Chinese Scholars' Garden; English Flower Garden; Modernist garden design has become recognised as a single 20th century phenomenon with some clearly defined characteristics.

Moondance Manor Gardens
Moondance Manor Gardens

A Waikato Garden of Grandeur located in Tamahere, between Hamilton and Cambridge, offering a stunning garden visit. Moondance Manor Gardens are open from the start of October to the end of March. Contact Us to arrange your visit.

Parana Park
Parana Park

Parana Park, Hamilton: See 33 reviews, articles, and 16 photos of Parana Park, ranked No.18 on TripAdvisor among 73 attractions in Hamilton.

Perplexity Adventure Rooms
Perplexity Adventure Rooms

Perplexity is a real life adventure room based in Hamilton, New Zealand. Groups have sixty minutes to explore a room, find clues and complete challenges to find their way out. Your teamwork and communication skills will be put to the test as you race against the clock.

Pukete Farm Park
Pukete Farm Park

Pukete Farm Park - Hamilton Mountain Bike Trails Originally a working farm and commercial sand quarry, the park has been developed over the last 15+ years into a Purpose-Built One-Way Single Track Mountain Bike Trail Built and maintained by the members of Hamilton Mountain Bike Club.

Rhododendron Lawn
Rhododendron Lawn

Explore the stunning Paradise Garden Collection, visit Te Parapara - New Zealand's first traditional Maori garden, picnic with the family or catch one of the many exciting events staged here each year.

Riff Raff - Celebrating Richard O'Brien & The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Riff Raff - Celebrating Richard O'Brien & The Rocky Horror Picture Show

Richard O'Brien (born Richard Smith; 25 March 1942) is a British-New Zealand actor, television presenter, musician, writer, voice artist and theatre performer. After a long and successful career based in the United Kingdom, he gained dual citizenship with New Zealand in 2011, where he resided in Tauranga.

Rogers Rose Garden
Rogers Rose Garden

The themed areas of the Rogers Rose Garden include: the species rose; the Malmaison roses of Empress Josephine; the development of the first hybrid tea by Jean-Baptiste Andre Guillot; the ‘Peace’ rose, Mme Meilland and its descendants; and; recent cultivars, including past and present winners of the New Zealand Rose of the Year trials.

Sandford Park
Sandford Park

Native plantings abound within Hamilton’s natural area reserves. These reserves are often localised pockets of original indigenous vegetation existing within suburban limits such as the remnant Kahikatea bush that can be found at Jubilee Bush and Mooney Park and include major restoration sites such as Waiwhakareke Natural Heritage Park.

Steele Park
Steele Park

Map of Steele Park, Hamilton Central, Hamilton, New Zealand with street names and local businesses.

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Taitua Arboretum
Taitua Arboretum

From Hamilton follow SH23 west (towards Raglan) and turn left into Howden Road, then left again into Taitua Road. Bus parking is available at the arboretum's entrance. The Orbiter Bus also stops on Whatawhata Road (just before Melva Street) where you can walk from Tills Lookout at the end of Melva Street to Taitua Arboretum.

Te Awa
Te Awa

The Base is New Zealand's largest shopping Centre based in Te Rapa, 7 km North of Hamilton CBD

Te Parapara
Te Parapara

Hamilton Gardens is home to Te Parapara - New Zealand's only traditional Maaori productive garden. The garden showcases traditional practices, materials and ceremonies relating to food production and storage, drawn from the knowledge of local Maaori which has been passed down the generations.

The Monument of The Waikato Chamber of Commerce
The Monument of The Waikato Chamber of Commerce

The Waikato Chamber of Commerce is the voice of business in the Waikato. We promote, support and encourage sustainable and profitable business growth. We offer a range of opportunities, products, services and savings as part of membership, while supporting businesses in their growth and success.

Timezone Victoria St
Timezone Victoria St

Timezone Games Hamilton Timezone Entertainment Centres have the latest interactive entertainment, video games and high tech prize machines. A great place to keep the kids amused or to hang out with your mates.

Tudor Garden
Tudor Garden

Chinoiserie Garden; Concept Garden; Proposed Fantasy Collection gardens; Oliver Cromwell’s Roundheads destroyed many of the world’s original Tudor Gardens, with neglect ruining those that remained. This traditional garden reflects the fascination sixteenth century English aristocracy had with geometric patterns and symbolism with double meanings.

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Vardon Park
Vardon Park

Map of Vardon Park, Beerescourt, Hamilton, New Zealand with street names and local businesses.

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Victoria On The River
Victoria On The River

Victoria on the River is an expansive amphitheatre-style park on Victoria St, in the heart of Hamilton’s central business district. Offering fantastic views of the Waikato River and connections to the city’s popular river path network - popular with cyclists, walkers and runners - Victoria on the River (VOTR for short) formally opened on 25 January 2018.

Victorian Flower Garden
Victorian Flower Garden

Other gardens in this collection. Rogers Rose Garden; Hammond Camellia Garden; Rhododendron Lawn; In the Victorian Flower Garden there are really two themes. Firstly, the garden and greenhouses featuring plants bred for colour and curiosity; and secondly, a 19th century garden in the English gardenesque tradition.

Waikato Museum
Waikato Museum

July 2018 School Holiday Programme - Waikato Museum, Hamilton. Have fun at the Museum these school holidays. Leave the children with us to enjoy supervised, tutored programmes.

Waitomo Caves
Waitomo Caves

The Legendary Black Water Rafting Company 1516 NZ Black Abyss Abseil.jpg, New Zealand By Discover Waitomo The easiest way to see the Waitomo Caves is with a walking or boat tour.

Waiwhakareke Natural Heritage Park
Waiwhakareke Natural Heritage Park

On the outskirts of Hamilton, Waiwhakareke Natural Heritage Park (WHNP) is an award-winning, inter-generational ecological restoration project. Established in 2004, the long-term aim of Waiwhakareke is to reconstruct the natural forest, wetland and lake ecosystems present in pre-European times.

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