What is the amount of rain days in Rotorua?

What is the amount of rain days in Rotorua?

Weather by month // weather averages Rotorua

January September
Max. Temperature °C (°F) 21.5 °C (70.7) °F 13.1 °C (55.6) °F
Precipitation / Rainfall mm (in) 91 (3.6) 122 (4.8)
Humidity(%) 75% 83%
Rainy days (d) 9 10

What is the best time to go to Rotorua?

One can visit Rotorua all throughout the year but most people prefer to visit during the summer making it the peak season here. While the long hours of sunlight make summer the best time to visit Rotorua for sightseeing and outdoor explorations, spring brings a great weather to Rotorua with the least crowds around.

Does it snow at Rotorua?

Stephanie Arthur-Worsop. A dusting of snow on Mt Tarawera may be common during Rotorua winters but snowfall around the city is much a rarer occurrence.

How hot does Rotorua get?

In Rotorua, the summers are comfortable, the winters are cold and wet, and it is partly cloudy year round. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 39°F to 75°F and is rarely below 30°F or above 81°F.

Is Rotorua part of Waikato?

The Waikato region encompasses the Waikato, Matamata-Piaka, Waipa, South Waikato districts and Hamilton City. This is smaller than the Waikato regional council area, which extends to the King Country, Taupo, Hauraki and the Coromandel Peninsula, and parts of the Rotorua district.

Does Rotorua get frosts?

We sometimes get hard frosts on roads and footpaths in the central city itself making it slippery for both cars and pedestrians. Once in a while the surrounding hills get a light sprinkle of snow but that’s about the extent of it.

What to do in Rotorua if it’s raining?

The top 10 best rainy-day activities in Rotorua are:

  • Enjoy a glass of wine with Volcanic Hills.
  • Walk around lake Tikitapu (Blue lake)
  • Roll down a hill in a Zorb.
  • Go Luging!
  • Unwind and relax at Secret Spot.
  • Walk amongst giant Californian Redwoods.
  • Let loose at Motion entertainment.
  • Zip through New Zealand native forest.

Does it smell in Rotorua?

Because, yes, Rotorua is an assault on the senses — most notably the sense of smell. These kids got a whiff of Rotorua. What is this? This olfactory assault is due to the high level of geothermal activity present in this North Island city — activity that has been drawing thousands of tourists each year since the 1800s.

What is Rotorua well known for?

Rotorua is known for bubbling mud pools, shooting geysers and natural hot springs, as well as showcasing our fascinating Māori culture.

What is the population of Rotorua 2021?

The Rotorua urban area, as defined by Statistics New Zealand, covers 48.04 km2 (18.55 sq mi) and incorporates 26 statistical areas. It has an estimated population of 58,400 as of June 2021.