Rotorua Tourist Shopping and Souvenirs
New Zealand is not only a great place to holiday, its also a great place to shop! Rotorua shopping options are as diverse as they are fun! Tourist shops offer a great range of souvenirs, gifts and products. At a duty free store you can purchase cheap products tax free. You could spend hours shopping at the local shopping centre or mall, and browse through a range of fascinating artwork at an arts and crafts store. Or you can just stay at home and shop online! more
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Aotea New Zealand is New Zealand’s largest tourist retailer with stores in Auckland, Rotorua, Queenstown, Lake Tekapo and Dunedin, plus online shopping, operating 365 days a year. Established in 1979, we’re proudly 100% New Zealand owned and operated, stocking a wide range of quality products including New Zealand knitwear, jewellery, health products, Manuka Honey, food products and New Zealand gifts.
Mobile-friendly - Experience New Zealand’s most visited Archaeological Site where stories of the 1886 Tarawera Eruption come to life! Encounter the world-class Museum of Te Wairoa which exhibits excavated objects from the ruins; explore the site which once housed the people of Te Wairoa; hear unique stories from the tour guides and take the Waterfall Trail which showcases the stunning Wairere Falls.
Mobile-friendly - Buy New Zealand Made promotes and connects manufacturers, retailers and shoppers with New Zealand made products. The campaign began in 1988 with member businesses using the iconic trademark on their products and in their marketing. Visit www.buynzmarket.org.nz for a huge range of genuine New Zealand made products, including souvenirs, arts and crafts, food and drink, clothing and more.
This high profile listing position is available now to market your business on New Zealand Tourism Guide. New Zealand Tourism Guide www.tourism.net.nz is consistently ranked the most visited comprehensive commercial tourism directory for traffic over the last 12 month period (the number of visitors to a Web site). For further information contact Grant Easton: 0800 146 556 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mobile-friendly - Like the pictures of a book, arts and crafts are the pages of the Maori culture. It's how stories were told and passed down through generations, how traditions and genealogy were preserved. I give this knowledge freely. I give it to you for nothing. Do the same when your time comes to teach.
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