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1115 Tutanekai Street
Sponsored Yarn bombed Soldiers to commemorate WW1 & WW2
Past and present happenings
Fenton Street was a 2 laned, tree lined Avenue
Homepage for site
As listed in the Bay of Plenty Telephone Books c1968- Present & Rotorua Who's Who 1961-1980, held by Rotorua Library.
Source : Wises Post Office Directories, 1940-1955. Online via Ancestry.com
1885 - 1979
A list of guides with known dates that they worked in this region. From "The Hot Lakes Guides" by John C. M. Cresswell c2008.
A list of guides with known dates that they worked in this region. From "The Hot Lakes Guides" by John C. M. Cresswell c2008
Browse-able Library Newsletters
Well known Rotorua identity
List of Members
A List of Members 1927-1929
A list of members
A Table List of Camping Grounds, Caravan Parks and Fishing Lodges from 1922 onward. Information from Rotorua Phone Books, Wises Post Office Guides (via Ancestry.com) ;Rotorua Lakes Council Archives and
Brief Biography
c1949-Present. One of the earliest camping grounds of Rotorua.
Holiday Programme
The end of this building on Haupapa Street is near, built in 1962.