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Celebrating 85 Years!

When:

Tue 27 Mar 2018, 8:00am–10:30pm
Wed 28 Mar 2018, 8:00am–10:30pm
Thu 29 Mar 2018, 8:00am–10:30pm
Fri 30 Mar 2018, 8:00am–10:30pm
Sat 31 Mar 2018, 8:00am–10:30pm

Where: Rainbow Springs Nature Park, 192 Fairy Springs Rd, Rotorua, Bay of Plenty

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Family Annual Pass (2 adults, up to 3 children aged 3-15yrs): $85.00
  • Adult Annual Pass: $48.00
  • Child (3-15yrs) Annual Pass: $24.00
  • Infant (0 -2yrs): $0.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: Rainbow Springs

This March, we're celebrating our 85th birthday! Thank you for your support over the last 85 years!

To celebrate, we’ve dropped the price of our Family Annual Pass to only $85!

Our Annual Pass lets you visit the park for free for an entire year! You get everything that's included in our Rainbow Springs Day Pass plus, 10% discount at our onsite cafe, 20% discount in our gift shop, 10% off tickets for any full-paying visitors you accompany and exclusive Hot Annual Pass Deals to other Rotorua and New Zealand attractions!

Simply use promo code 85YEARS when booking.

In further celebration, anyone over 85 years old can also grab free entry into the park! Simply show your ID (which highlights your date of birth) on arrival.

- Both offers are available for the whole of March 2018.
- Pricing with promo code 85years: Family Annual Pass (2 adults up to 3 kids) $85; Adult only $48; Child only (3-15 years) $24; Infant free. Bookable online, via phone, or in-store.
- Neither deal available in conjunction with any other offer or discount.

Back in 1929, Rainbow Springs consisted mostly of swampland – there were no trout pools and very little in the way of trees or ferns.

Today, our 22 acres of native trees and bush is home to some of New Zealand’s most iconic reptile and bird species, including the country’s largest and most successful kiwi conservation centre, Kiwi Encounter.

When founder Ted Bruce bought the land in 1929 he envisaged something quite different for the site, which at the time was a run-down dairy farm. He and his team spent hours, often in cold, muddy conditions, digging out a hole for what is now the Rainbow Pool. They also planted hundreds of trees and ferns, before opening the park to the public in 1932.

Like the flora and fauna within it, Rainbow Springs continues to evolve and develop with the times. The park now offers lots of entertainment for families including, the Big Splash ride, children’s playgrounds, a Bird Show, and new Playscapes and Water Play areas!

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