Redwoods Treewalk Rotorua
NEWLY OPENED – REDWOODS NIGHTLIGHTS
Opening hours – 6:30 pm – 10:30 pm (last ticket sold at 10.00 pm) (Redwoods Nightlights are best viewed from 8.30 pm onwards due to current daylight hours, but are turned on from 6.30 pm).
Price information – $25/adult (16+), $15/child (5-15 years) and day and night combo prices $35/adult (16+), $22/child (5-15 years) (combo tickets must be used the same day). Under 5’s are free of charge, but they must be able to walk the entire 553 m treewalk unaided (please don’t carry children – front and backpacks included).
Rotorua Local Rates – $15/adult (16+), $10/child (5-15 years) and day and night combo prices $25/adult (16+), $17/child (5-15 years) (combo tickets must be used the same day). Under 5’s are free of charge, but they must be able to walk the entire 553 m treewalk unaided (please don’t carry children – front and backpacks included). (Rotorua ratepayers only, valid photo ID and proof of address required, such as a rates/electricity bill).
New Zealand Gold Card Holder – $15 and for the day and night combo, $20 (for use on the same day).
Walk high amongst Rotorua’s gentle giants!
The Redwoods Treewalk is a over half a kilometre long walkway that consists of a series of 23 suspension bridges traversing the gaps between 22 majestic 110-year-old Redwood trees.
The bridge sections gradually incline from 6 m in height to a stunning 12 m at its peak.
Feel the spirit of Rotorua’s iconic Redwood Forest from above and up close amongst these old gentle giants.
This suspended 30-minute ecological walk provides a unique bird’s eye perspective of the forest, capturing its picturesque beauty and ambience which is even more stunning in wet weather.
A must do for your Rotorua holiday:
- Experience, explore and learn about the history of the land, the people and the 100-year-old Redwood forest.
- Easy access, no training required.
- Unique nature experience for young and old (must be able to walk unaided).
Enjoy at your own pace with no safety harness or training required (as long as you can walk unaided) and appreciate the spirit of this peaceful forest. Leave feeling inspired, refreshed and rejuvenated.
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