Tourism Charter Members

Rotorua Sustainable Tourism Charter members engage in sustainable business practices that contribute to conserving the natural and sociocultural environment.

PLAY YOUR PART in the sustainability chain by choosing businesses based on their commitment to sustainability.

Rotorua Sustainable Tourism Charter symbol, shield or badgeRotorua Sustainable Tourism Charter member businesses are listed below and can be identified by looking for the Charter symbol on the rotoruaNZ.com website, on the brochures at the Rotorua i-SITE, and in the reception areas of the member businesses.

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  • APR Consultants

    Architects Planners and Resource Managers Consultants Ltd (APR Consultants) is one of the Central North Island’s leading multi-disciplinary practices of architects, interior designers, structural engineers, civil engineers, building services engineers, HVAC engineers, project managers, town planners, resource managers, market researchers, economic development researchers, economists, statisticians, business analysts and researchers.

    Service | www.apr.co.nz | View 4 success stories | Post comment

  • Destination Rotorua Marketing

    Destination Rotorua Tourism Marketing is the regional tourism organisation for the Rotorua region. It co-ordinates the collective marketing activity of Rotorua tourism operators in order to market Rotorua as a visitor destination. Activities include direct marketing to consumers, relationship marketing with travel trade contacts and liaising with other national and regional tourism organisations.

    Service | www.rotoruaNZ.com | View 1 success story | Post comment

  • Events & Venues Rotorua

    Events & Venues Rotorua manages six spectacular venues and more than 100 major outdoor events annually. Functions range from premier conferences, exhibitions, sports, entertainment, meetings, gala dinners, weddings and any other event you can imagine. All six venues are close to the city centre, and most are within walking distance of major hotels, cafes, restaurants, and beautiful Lake Rotorua. Our experienced team specialises in every aspect of venue and event management and can provide you with an array of event options and opportunities to create a unique and special occasion.

    Service | www.eventsandvenues.co.nz | Post comment

  • Jade Factory and Jade Factory Gift Centre

    In the Rotorua Jade Factory and Gift Centre you’ll find a huge selection of exquisite jade pieces such as earrings and pendants, and other jewelry items made not only of jade but also of bone, and our local and distinctive blue and green hued paua shell. You’ll also find larger unique jade sculptures. These have been carved by master carvers on-site or personally selected from artists in New Zealand and elsewhere.

    Service | www.jadefactory.com | View 1 success story | Post comment

  • Lake Tarawera Water Taxi & Eco Tours

    Lake Tarawera Water Taxis & Eco Tours offers access to some of the most beautiful areas of Lake Tarawera as well as providing guided eco tours. Our eco-tours are based on our role as “Kaitiaki” or guardians of this area. We take our responsibility seriously. We look after the land and water and participate in many local conservation programmes, including tree planting, pest control and the monitoring of endangered species. We also have DOC (Department of Conservation) concessions to operate in the area. The taxi is owned and operated by David Walmsley. David’s skilful handling of the 14-seater, all-weather boat is matched by his knowledge of the area as he delivers a short history and cultural lesson pointing out many sites of interest.

    Service | www.ecotoursrotorua.co.nz | Post comment

  • Rotorua International Airport

    Landing in Rotorua International Airport places you in the hottest destination in New Zealand! Built in the early 1960′s Rotorua Airport has a long history of serving New Zealand aviation and that tradition has been carried forward into the new century. The centre of aviation tourism in the mid seventies, Rotorua Airport now caters for hundreds of thousands of travelers each year as the natural and cultural wonders of the district remain a must see for visitors to New Zealand

    Service | www.rotorua-airport.co.nz | View 1 success story | Post comment

  • Simply New Zealand

    Simply New Zealand … gifts, crafts and knitwear. For today’s customer, and even more importantly for the tourist, shopping is an experience! It is our goal to ensure our customers have a great experience as they are purchasing a memento of New Zealand which we also wish to be a great memory of our country.

    Service | www.simplynz.co.nz | Post comment

  • Tourism Rotorua Travel & Information Centre

    Tourism Rotorua is about making your visit to Rotorua (and throughout NZ) as easy and enjoyable as possible. We provide free and impartial information about Rotorua’s attractions, accommodation and sightseeing options. We take the time to listen to you and provide expert advice on all options available, suited to your budget and aspirations. Whether it’s on-line, on the phone or once you arrive in Rotorua – we have your choices covered.

    Service | www.rotoruaNZ.com | View 3 success stories | Post comment

  • Triple 1 Five … on Tutanekai

    The cuisine on offer at Triple 1 Five is New Zealand – Pacific rim flavours with a constantly changing list of specials according to the season. Stonegrill dining was added to the menu in June 2005 and offers a unique taste in dining. With all meats trimmed of fat and presented on a very hot (400 Celsius) Stonegrill which cooks the meat at the table. Triple 1 Five is located on “the Streat” at 1115 Tutanekai Street.

    Service | www.triple1five.co.nz | Post comment