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I have used I-SITE many times in my 6 visits to Rotorua and have always found the staff to be friendly and very helpful. Great for booking day bus passes or other attractions and the gift shop is good too. It's also right beside the...More
This place is worth visiting for the architecture alone: mock-English Tudor meets Maori! Apart from that, the staff are very helpful, there are loads of brochures available on places of interest and there is free Wi-Fi (and a comfortable seating area with charging points for...More
We used the i-SITE Visitor Centres throughout our trip around New Zealand. They are a fantastic resource and give useful and helpful advice on the area. They can sell you tickets for trips but are not pushy and were at pains to get the right...More
It is set in a very large historical building, with plenty of information available for tourists. You can book tours here and there are toilets and showers available to use. They also have souvenirs to purchase.
The i-SITE is spacious with lots of chairs to sit down and wait for your bus in air conditioned comfort. Free wifi. Long queues though (to be expected).
If you have the confidence to make itinerary bookings yourself by going directly to the tourist operators,...More
Spend an hour here at the beginning of your trip if it’s your first visit toRotorua. You can learn all you need to know about the varied attractions on offer and purchase tickets for much of your trip in one go. Tell the helpful staff...More
We asked several questions, among them: "are busses running on holiday schedule or on regular schedule on Jan 2nd?". It was clear the "information specialist" didn't know, but he didn't look it up for us "I think it's normal schedule" and then told us we'd...More
Response from GrannyG45 | Reviewed this property |
Trip Advisor won't allow me to put their email address in this reply. It is on the Rotorua i-site website. I Have you been in to Palmerston North i-site? They do have some information about other ares there too.