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Experience a Rotorua adventure with Union Victoria Motel

Experience a Rotorua adventure with Union Victoria Motel.


Rotorua has every type of adventure activity and extreme sport you can possibly think of and you can experience it all while staying at Union Victoria Motel.

It’s not a trip to Rotorua without a visit to the world famous Agrojet.

Agroventures, which is just short drive from Union Victoria Motel, is the home of Agrojet.

For the adrenaline Junkie Arojet is New Zealand’s fastest Jet boating experience and the world's only commercial Jetsprint ride.

You will experience 3 G's of force and 100km an hour speeds as your professional driver negotiates islands, sharp turns and sweeping bends.

Rotorua is the home of the ZORB and is the iconic Rotorua adventure activity offering the original unique experience of ZORB globe riding - rolling down a hill in a large inflatable globe. The ZYDRO (wet) ride and the ZORBIT (dry) ride; four track options; and eight ride variations. There's something for everyone!

For the real thrill seekers, there is nothing like skydiving for sheer heart-stopping adrenalin and adventure and there is no place like Rotorua to do it. Tandem Skydive over some of the most breath taking scenery in the world.

Skyline Luge is a fun, fast-paced activity that everyone will enjoy! This provides a fun-filled gravity ride on 3-wheeled carts, where riders control the direction and speed through a unique breaking system. There are three tracks of varying terrain and difficulty with a total of over 5km of track to experience!

For those looking to unwind after the big day in Rotorua, the Union Victoria Motel has two mineral pools, an indoor spa pool and a heated outdoor swimming pool, to help ease the aches and pains.

Featuring 20 spacious self-contained accommodation options, Union Victoria Motel’s easy-to-select accommodation will always suit your needs. Centrally located Union Victoria Motel will have you sorted for adventurous get-a-way.

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