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Hamilton City Council is proposing a new visitor entry precinct at Hamilton Gardens as part of its $12m development programme for the attraction.
The project included a library, community hub/meeting rooms, a village square, open recreation and play spaces, and a potential privately owned and operated pool.
The female calf arrived on 12 March 2020, following her mother’s 16-month pregnancy, bringing the number of white rhinos at the zoo to six.
The Transport Agency has started work on the first phase of the new $20m Cambridge to Hamilton Te Awa River Ride shared path, according to transport minister Julie Anne Genter.
The Hamilton & Waikato region reached another significant milestone recently when it smashed its record for annual visitor expenditure.
Two of Waikato’s tourism leaders have been awarded prestigious awards at the 2017 Westpac Waikato Business Awards.
Some of New Zealand’s top public relations specialists are heading to Hamilton & Waikato following the announcement that the Public Relations Institute of New Zealand (PRINZ) will be holding their annual conference in the region in 2018.
The Novotel Tainui Hamilton hotel will undergo a 40-room expansion next year to serve the hotel’s growing customer base in the quality accommodation market.
Visitors to Hamilton & Waikato are spending more than this time last year, with nearly $1.44 billion ringing through tills across the region.
Momentum Waikato and Creative Waikato invite you to learn more about the proposed Waikato Regional Theatre.
Hamilton/Waikato was now New Zealand’s fifth largest region by visitor expenditure and the third largest region for conventions and business events.
Hamilton Central Business Association in conjunction with Hamilton & Waikato Tourism and Hamilton City Council, is excited to bring Neat Places to Hamilton.
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