Mount Tarawera eruption was one of the most massive natural disasters in 1886. The outbreak affected the town of Te Wairoa badly. Natural disasters bombarded ash, rocks and mud and left the tomb of mud and ash. Te Wairoa was disturbed the peacefulness at the time of natural disaster. Visitors can see the effects while visiting this excavated city. Here visitors learn the ancient Maori culture, how they lived. Moreover, Mauri culture evidence provides information of their working culture.
Many sites were excavated from the city many years ago. Visitors walking through 12-acre grounds can explore some hidden historical sights. In the award-winning Museum of Te Wairoa, visitors like the hear the stories of Maori culture and history. Te Wairoa ( Wairere Falls) and Waterfall Trails are lovely places to explore the natural beauty of Te Wairoa. Plunge to waterfalls and valleys, discovering the unparalleled geology of region of Rotorua. The eruption has changed the shape of rocks and the area forever. Visitors get the opportunity to meet famous personalities who had started the tourism industry, New Zealand.
Wheelchair access, Guiding options, Gift shop, Children playground, On-site café
Proximity to Airport: 15 Minutes
Proximity to Coach Terminal: 15 Minutes
Proximity to Town: 15 Minutes
Daily open 9.00 AM (Except Christmas Day)
All Months of the Year
13 To 18 Years: $10
Note : We provide comfortable transfer services,You can find activites at specific destinations.