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Our Waikato hotel accommodation also makes a great base for appreciating what is below the surface. Miracles have been wrought with water and limestone. Vast cave systems, huge sink holes and underground streams provide huge scope for adventure.
Waikato was the scene of significant battles during the Maori Land Wars of the mid 19th century. Visit the monuments and museums and discover the fierce history of the region.
In the fast-growing city of Hamilton, the serpentine beauty of the Waikato River is maximised at every opportunity. You can discover parks, gardens and river walks where the forethought of the town planners is plain to see.
If you’re heading to Waikato Stadium to watch a Test Match, or support the regions local Super 14 team, the mighty Waikato Chiefs, we have hotels near Waikato Stadium, that will save you precious time and money.
Our Waikato hotels and Waitomo accommodation is perfect for enjoying the areas special features:
The mighty Waikato River travels through the region. At 425 kilometres from end to end, it is the country’s longest river. As well as providing recreational opportunities, the river drives eight hydro dams.
The Waitomo Caves were formed over 30 million years ago, and drip by drip they’re still changing. The natural beauty of stalactites and stalagmites lit by the blue light of glow worms has to be seen to be believed.
On a Matamata sheep farm, you can visit the remnants of Hobbiton, the hobbit village created for the Lord of the Ring’s movie trilogy. View the hobbit holes and find out how the set was created on a guided tour.
Need insider tips on must-see attractions in Waikato? Check out our Waikato travel guide!
Hotels in Waikato start at AU$87 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.