Contact Details

Wairoa Motel

Cnr Clyde Road & Campbell Street,
Wairoa, New Zealand

Phone: +64 6 838 8204
Freephone: 0800 220 001
Email: info@wairoamotel.co.nz
Website: www.wairoamotel.co.nz

Wairoa New Zealandbeautiful beaches of Wairoamotel is just a 5-minute walk from town centreaffordable self-contained cottagesaffordable yet comfortable roomspark your car at dooronsite swimming poolrelax by the poola great place to stay in New Zealand

Wairoa Activities and Attractions

Wairoa is the gateway to Te Urewera National Park and Lake Waikaremoana. This little town is perfect if you're wanting to experience a variety of activities, or to relax, unwind and plan the next part of your journey.

Wairoa Rodeo

Wairoa Rodeo

National Finals - 24-25 Mar 2017.

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Mahanga Beach

Wairoa A&P Show

19-21 Jan 2017.

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Wairoa Golf Club

Wairoa Mountain Bike Track

A new Mountain Bike Track opening soon in Wairoa.

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Gaiety Theatre

Gaiety Theatre

The Gaiety Theatre was Wairoa's first cinema. It was originally built in 1928, collapsed in the 1931 earthquake, but was quickly rebuilt. It closed its doors in the late 1960s but was reopened again and reinstated to its former glory in the mid-1990s.

It is a venue for screenings, live shows and themed events.

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Wairoa Museum

Wairoa Museum

The Wairoa Museum has two exhibition galleries. The main gallery features the long-term display – Whakaatatanga o Te Wairoa – 'Reflections of the Long River'. This installation traces the natural and cultural history of our area, from the time of first colonisation, approximately 1000 years ago, to the present.

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Wairoa River Walkway/Cycleway

Wairoa River Walkway/Cycleway

The Wairoa Township River Walkway winds along the banks of the river from the historic lighthouse in the CBD, finishing at the famous lookout point on Pilot's Hill. In the few years since the walkway was started, it has become a mainstay in the recreational activities of both residents and visitors alike. On any day of the week, people can be seen enjoying the path, whether it be taking a leisurely stroll, running or cycling with the family.

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