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Rotorua Mayor Steve Chadwick, Strike Zone Entertainment Rotorua’s Adrian Judd, Timezone Games’ Nigel Wooding, Megazone Laser Tag Rotorua’s Wayne Corlett, Holmes Group MD Ryan Holmes, Rotorua MP Todd McClay meet on-site to discuss the Lynmore Junction development, set to open in the last quarter of 2016.

Rotorua's $13 million entertainment development

Rotorua’s tourism and entertainment offering is about to get a $13 million boost.

28 July 2015

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The 27,746m2 development includes one of the largest all-weather entertainment centres in New Zealand, alongside convenience retail outlets such as a high end small format supermarket incorporating a pharmacy, service station and fast food outlets.

 

The development, with 260 carparks, is located within close proximity to Whakarewarewa Forest, the lakes, eastern suburbs and the inner city.

 

The cornerstone feature of the development is a 6,085m2 entertainment zone set to open in the last quarter of 2016. The entertainment zone will incorporate Strike Zone Entertainment Rotorua (ten pin bowling), Megazone Laser Tag Rotorua, Timezone Games, a state of the art trampoline centre and the popular franchise, Chipmunks Playland & Café, all under one roof along with a conference room, party rooms and licensed café. 

 

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