Aroha Cruise In

Marvel at some of the country’s best classic cars as they line Te Aroha’s main street for the Aroha Cruise In on Saturday 7th October and enjoy the fun festivities of live music and entertainment.

The purr of classic engines will resonate through the Edwardian spa town of Te Aroha and visitors will have the opportunity to see stunning classic cars and motorcycles on display.

Saturday will see the ‘Show and Shine’ event when classic cars and bikes line the main street, complete with live music from local bands, rock and roll dancers, stall holders of all sorts and children’s activities to keep the littlies entertained. While a Poker Run will wrap up the event on Sunday.

Relax in Te Aroha

As well as enjoying the revels of the Cruise In, why not take the opportunity while in Te Aroha to see the world’s only known hot soda spring geyser or indulge in a relaxing spa and beauty treatment at the Te Aroha Mineral Spas, which draws its rejuvenating waters from the natural soda spring deep under the mountain.

For those with more adventurous activities in mind, climb the bush-clad Mt Te Aroha and experience the breath-taking vistas from the summit, or take on the Hauraki Rail Trail which winds through stunning countryside, with stream crossings, open grasslands, thick bush and forest views making the track varied and exciting.

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