Putaruru is a small town in the Waikato region of New Zealand's North Island.
Located on the Oraka River 65 kilometres south-east of Hamilton, Putaruru sees many visitors along State Highway 1 which runs through the rural town.
Much of New Zealand’s bottled water comes from the Blue Spring in Putaruru, which you can access along the riverside Te Waihou Walkway.
There's plenty of things to do in this southern Waikato town. From river walks and bike trails, to shopping down Princes Street.
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AS FROM THE 1ST JULY 2016 PUTARURU INFORMATION CENTRE WILL OPERATE FROM 2 OVERDALE STREET (PRIDE IN PUTARURU OFFICE)
OPENING HOURS WILL BE MONDAY - FRIDAY 9AM - 4PM
OFFERING ALL THE SAME SERVICES
SOUTH WAIKATO'S PUBLIC TRANSPORT SERVICE
PUTARURU TO TOKOROA
8.25am and 3.55pm
TOKOROA TO PUTARURU
7.25am & 3.00pm
Adults - $5.00 each way
Children - $2.50 each way
Phone 0800 798 726
for more information
(Also does trips to Tirau)
|Bluebridge Ferry Bookings||Interislander Ferry Bookings|
|Putaruru Timber Museum||Blue Spring||Tirau Museum|
|Waitomo Caves||Bus Bookings|
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WE CAN BOOK ANY OF THESE ACTIVITES
|Iconic Putaruru Building|