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Farm stays around 30km from Te Awamutu

Kamahi Cottage
Kamahi Cottage is a 5-Star rated self-contained B&B in a beautiful farm setting, just 30 minutes from the Waitomo Caves and 15 minutes from Otorohanga. It has stunning hilltop views and is totally private; a family-friendly stay for a maximum of 4 guests (children are very welcome). Full gourmet breakfasts - continental style plus selection of cooked choices are included in the rates. Facilities include an upstairs queen bedroom, a queen sofa-sleeper downstairs for 2 extra guests or children (all ...

Holiday activities for kids around 30km from Te Awamutu

Kiwiana Leisure Park Otorohanga
Balls of fun for everyone! Enjoy the Kiwiana themed full 18 hole mini golf, practice your cricket, softball or baseball skills against our world class pitching and bowling machines or your golf swing in the pro drive nets! All nestled in relaxing park like grounds perfect for any family or business event from a picnic to corporate eventing! With our paintball set in native bush paintball as well as the all new target paintball it guarantees a natural setting for hours of fun! Barbeque facilities ...

Kids activities in Te Awamutu

Mitchell's Bagpipe Centre
Bagpiping and bagpipes. We have instruments and accessories for sale and provide tuition. Bagpipe instrument setup and servicing are also services provided for the whole of the Waikato, BOP King Country regions (and beyond). Learning to play the bagpipes (or pipe band drums) is like joining a world wide club and can open door throughout New Zealand as well as other countries. We like encouraging youngsters to learn and join a pipe band where there is music, tradition and friendship. A full ...
I provide one on one piano tuition, with theory, aural, musicianship, technical studies and musical history. I run studios in Te Awamutu, Pirongia, Cambridge, and Te Kuiti. Students are able to sit examinations, either practical or theory, with the Associated Board Royal Schools of Music and Trinity Guildhall of London. I encourage students to play at concerts, this gives them the confidence to play infront of others and to show the achievements and progress. Music should be fun and that's what ...
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