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Being located on New Zealand's longest river means Hamilton attracts many water-based activities including jet boating, cruises and rowing. One of the popular cruises is aboard the MV Waipa Delta, a replica paddle-steamer.

Rowing is popular too, with the Great Race held every year on the Waikato River, between Waikato University's 8 and the winner of the annual Oxbridge race in the UK.

The city has a vibrant atmosphere where something exciting is always going on. Visitors are spoilt for choice here - whether they're after an adrenalin rush, a cultural experience or a fun day out, there's something for everyone, including kids, who will love Waterworld, the Waikato Museum, the Classics Museum and Hamilton Zoo.

Unsurprisingly, Candyland, which is around 30 minutes north of Hamilton, is also popular with the kids.

About 20 minutes north of Hamilton is New Zealand's only tea plantation. The finest tea plants from Taiwan have been planted here and the result is Zealong, the world's purest Oolong tea. The tea is processed according to the best Chinese traditions and you can experience a traditional tea-tasting ceremony for yourself at the Camellia Tea House in the heart of Zealong's Gordonton Tea Estate.

In keeping with Hamilton's agricultural roots, the biggest agricultural event in the southern hemisphere, Fieldays, is held every year in June at Mystery Creek, just south of the city. This is one of the must-do events not just for farmers, but also for those with lifestyle blocks or are thinking of entering farming-related industries. The event showcases the latest in farming products and services and attracts about 1000 exhibitors and over 115,000 visitors every year.

Enjoy unlimited freedom and the unique landscape of New Zealand by taking a hot-air balloon trip. Confectionary is popular in Hamilton - there are at least two confectionary factories with tours. There are two water theme parks in the area, one featuring hot springs. Relax and experience fine dining in great restaurants.

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Hamilton: Being located on New Zealand's longest river means Hamilton attracts many water-based activities including jet boating, cruises and rowing. One of the popular cruises is aboard the MV Waipa Delta, a replica paddle-steamer. Rowing is popular too, with the Great Race held every year on the Waikato River, between Waikato University's 8 and the winner of th... Read More

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