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Tui Ridge Farm 223.
Tui Ridge Farm. Richard and Valerie Robinson turned land on Anderson Road from what was largely a block of bush to an economic dairy farm and, later, a farm park
Tui Ridge Farm 238.
Tui Ridge Farm. Richard and Valerie Robinson turned land on Anderson Road from what was largely a block of bush to an economic dairy farm and, later, a farm park
Tui Ridge Farm 237.
Tui Ridge Farm. Richard and Valerie Robinson turned land on Anderson Road from what was largely a block of bush to an economic dairy farm and, later, a farm park
Lakehouse Hotel, 2012.
Photographer, Andrew Te Amo "Last drinks please!, longstanding patrons of Rotorua's historic Lakehouse Hotel in Ohinemutu will soon be drinking their last rounds from the most famous public bar in
Maunder's Fire 1896.
Kings Building, Eruera Street.
Yellow facade has the words "Kings Building" in raised capital letters. It was King's Pram House. The blue facade has another name.
1958 Plan of no. 6 Hinemaru Street.
From Rotorua Lakes Council archives.
1109 Hinemaru Street.
 by Kete RotoruaOne of the few houses from the early 20th century remaining in the CBD, laterly modified to be part of the Ambassador Motel.  The house at former #5
Palace Hotel advert 1933.
 Marshalling at Matariki Lantern Festival.
Rotorua East Lions at work marshaling at the Matariki Lantern Parade. Children of all ages from the local Whaka school and community paraded down Sala Street with their lanterns to
Map of Rotorua c1910.
This map is from the Alexander Turnbull Collection and is published in the following book, 'Map New Zealand: 100 magnificent maps from the collection of the Alexander Turnbull Library' c2006
Advert from Hot Lakes Chronicle 7 October 1896.
From Papers Past
Waiwera House, 17 Tutanekai Street.
From the collection of Dave Fuller, longtime Rotorua resident, who died in Rotorua on 2 January 2013. 'Distinguished Guests stayed at Waiwera House, among them were : Lord and Lady Jellicoe 
Advert from New Zealand Herald 1938.
From Papers Past, digitised NZ Newspapers from National Library of New Zealand
New Bus Stop for Rotorua in Arawa Street, 2015.
Photograph by Alison Leigh, June 2015
New Bus Stop for Rotorua in Arawa Street, Progress July 2015.
Photograph by Alison Leigh
Rotorua Post Office 1960s.
Rotorua Post Office 1960's The Post Office was on the corner of Arawa and Fenton Streets in what is now the Rotorua i-Site Visitor Centre. This photo shows a float from
Post Office 1960s.
Post Office 1960's View of the Rotorua Post Office in the 1960's from Arawa Street. This building is now part of the Rotorua i-Site Visitor Centre, currently closed for earthquake strengthening.
Hotel Australia, Sepia, 1920s.
SE cnr Tutanekai & Amohau Streets, opposite and facing the Railway Station and demolished August 1985 to make way for a new building. The managers, possibly owners, at the time