Top 11 things to do in Waikato

Waikato has many exciting towns and attractions to explore. Annual events in the region include The National Agricultural Field days in June and the Hot-Air Balloon in April. Here is a list of the top 11 things to do in Waikato. Cambridge Cambridge is a Historic attractive tree lined town located in the heart of … Read moreTop 11 things to do in Waikato

Raglan – surfers paradise

Raglan is situated west of Hamilton and is known as surfers’ paradise. It is Waikato’s only seaside resort. Formerly known as Whangaroa, Raglan is a coastal town with a number of beaches and harbour such as Te Kopua beach and Te Aro Aro Bay close to Raglan and popular for swimming. Raglan is a popular … Read moreRaglan – surfers paradise

Waikato University

The university has a total of 25,000 students. Waikato University is one of New Zealand’s most modern and original universities, situated in the stunning river city of Hamilton in the Waikato region, on the North Island of New Zealand. Waikato University is young, vibrant growing university in a college town and in a country that … Read moreWaikato University

Hamilton Zoo

Hamilton Zoo located about 7 minutes from Hamilton city, on Brymer Road is a wildlife conservation park home to more than 600 native New Zealand animals. Hamilton Zoo has stunning garden surroundings, paved pathways and boardwalks. Guided tours can be arranged and makes it the perfect place for a recreational visit. Hamilton Zoo is open … Read moreHamilton Zoo

Waikato museum

See the regions unique history by visiting the Waikato museum of Art and History open daily from 10am – 4:30pm. The museum was established in 1987 and is one of Hamilton’s biggest and more extraordinary buildings.  The person who designed the museum was Ivan Mercep of JASMaD, Auckland, the same architect who designed Wellington’s museum, … Read moreWaikato museum