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How much does the Treewalk cost?

Prices 

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  • Adult (16+ years): $35
  • Child (5-15 years): $20
  • Families (1 Adults & up to 3 Children): $69
  • Families (2 Adults & up to 3 Children): $99
  • Children under 5: FREE
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What are the opening hours?

Opening Hours

9.30 AM – 08.00 PM Mon – Fri, Sun / 9.00 PM Sat (last ticket sold time)

The Redwoods Nightlights are turned on at dusk.

(last ticket sold times)

(Closed Christmas Day – 25 December)

For current Rotorua sunset times, please click here.

For last minute changes, please have a look on our Facebook page.

Altitude is open 7 days a week (closed Christmas Day – 25 December) – tour schedule available here.

What is the Redwoods Nightlights and when are the lights turned on?

At night, 30 David Trubridge designed lanterns and 40 colour spots and feature lights illuminate Redwoods Treewalk for a totally different and unique nocturnal experience.

The night lights are turned on each night around dusk. For further information, visit the Redwoods Nightlights page.

Do I need to book/purchase tickets in advance?

Tickets for the Treewalk can be purchased online before you arrive and you can then proceed straight to the Treewalk. Please note, if there is a line to reach the Treewalk entrance, please join the back of the line. Purchasing in advance is not required for the Treewalk as tickets are always available onsite up to our last entry time. However, for Altitude, advance booking is required as tours depart at specific times and have a maximum capacity.

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Can children and infants treewalk?

We are in Alert Level 2, so only our toddler stroller can be used right now.

Strollers needing capsules cannot be used.

In Alert Level 1, strollers will be available again.

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Children cannot be carried on shoulders, in front or back carriers or pushed in prams on the Treewalk as this presents a safety issue and is our policy. All participants on the Treewalk must be able to walk the entire 700 metres unaided.

However, we do have several baby strollers with mounted capsules available for your use, which can be used by an infant 2-10 kg and 40-70 cm in length. Two people must operate these strollers (front and back), but our team can assist if you’re travelling solo. These are available on a first come, first served basis and are free of charge as part of your Treewalk admission.

We also have one stroller that can fit your own baby capsule and this can be operated by one person and is also available on a first come, first served basis and are free of charge as part of your Treewalk admission.

Are dogs allowed on the Treewalk ?

Unfortunately, dogs are not allowed on Treewalk or Altitude as there are many moving parts, which pose a risk to the dogs paws. Also, not everyone is a dog person, so we need to respect the comfort of other guests too. However, the forest is dog-friendly (dogs must be on leashes in most areas) so one person could stay with the dog while others in a group participate in the Treewalk or Altitude walk. There is also a dog park opposite the Treewalk where you can run dogs off leash.

Do you sell gift vouchers?

We sure do! Gift vouchers can be purchased online in a variety of denominations and are issued as e-tickets to either the purchaser or directly to the recipient. Please note that gift vouchers are only available for purchase online through our website and are not available for purchase at the i-SITE’s.

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Kia Ora everyone, it's a beautiful day in the forest. It's now Friday of 'Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori' and the first Friday of 'Mahuru Māori'. If you didn't know already, our website can now be read in both Te Reo Māori and English. To find the translation button go to our website at https://www.treewalk.co.nz/, at the top right corner you'll find two buttons saying 'Māori' or 'English'. Simply click the 'Māori' button and the website will be translated, to switch back just click the 'English' button.
We’ve been getting ready and tomorrow we reopen! See you from 9.30 am - let’s keep moving forwards in Alert Level 2 🌿 #supportlocal #rotoruanz
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Alert Level 3 is coming!

From Wednesday 01 Sept, you’ll start to see some activity at Treewalk and Redwoods Altitude as our team return to site (working in bubbles). 

We’ll be conducting routine maintenance and tidying up the business ready for when we’re able to reopen!

For now, stay safe everyone 🌿
Stretching the legs and keeping a healthy mind and soul 😏 #fanphotofriday @night_rivera 📷
* COVID ALERT LEVEL UPDATE - we are now closed *

Kia Ora,

We are moving to Alert Level 4 from 11.59 pm this evening, Tuesday 17 August 2021.

We will be closed during this time (for 3 days as we're outside of Auckland).

In terms of reopening, we await government advice in terms of alert level changes and will keep you up to date.

Stay safe whānau and Kia Kaha ❤️

For further information, please visit - https://covid19.govt.nz/
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Kia Ora, due to the weather, we have made the unfortunate decision to postpone the faeries tonight. They are rescheduled for -

Monday 19 July
Tuesday 20 July
Friday 23 July

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  • Did the new Redwoods Altitude experience! Absolutely amazing! Enjoyable! Safe! Adventurous! Sam (our guide) was an wealth of insight, experience & fun! A must do!!!

    Scott
    Rotorua, New Zealand  
  • Coolest place ever! We went at dusk so did half of the walk in the day time and the other half in the semi dark when all the night lights were on! Was such a beautiful walk and loved every moment! The staff were super informative and nice. I will definitely be back in the future!

    Haytea
    Whangarei, New Zealand  
  • What an asset to Rotorua. The beauty and peaceful feeling when walking around the heights was beautiful. Thank you to our guide Izumi

    The Fullers
    Tirau, New Zealand  
  • The Redwood Forest is just stunning... The lights are just incredible and it is such a beautiful thing to be walking so high in the trees. We also went back the next day and walked around the forest - still gorgeous. Would definitely recommend.

    Sarah
    Hamilton, New Zealand  
  • This is a highlight in Rotorua. Super friendly and helpful staff. Amazing walk high through the trees. Take the high road if you dare! It's worth it.

    Trish
    Auckland, New Zealand  
  • The Redwoods Altitude tree walk is beyond amazing! It was the highlight of our tiki tour of the North Island, and if you’re a wee bit terrified of heights, it was life changing. We felt so safe while being challenged well beyond our comfort zones. The guides are great, very encouraging.

    Bethny
    Auckland, New Zealand  
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