- For a perfect break on the shores of the picturesque Lake Taupo, treat yourself to a stay at Braxmere the ultimate in Southern Lake Taupo accommodation. Whether you are seeking a weekend escape, or planning an extended holiday in one of the most popular parts of New Zealand, Braxmere offers you the complete experience. With apartment type accommodation nestled in a quiet, secluded location, you will find everything you need to unwind and revel in the fresh air.
- First established as the Turangi Marine Rescue Service in 1974 in 1980 it became Turangi Marine Rescue service. Its final name change was in 1991 when it became a Coastguard Unit.
- SURROUNDED BY FRESH WATER IN THE THERMAL VILLAGE OF TOKAANU, ON THE SOUTHERN SHORES OF LAKE TAUPO, AOTEAROA - NEW ZEALAND is Kayak Wai Maori - Freshwater Adventures.
- OASIS MOTEL AND HOLIDAY PARK, TOKAANU The holiday park offers: Self Contained Motel Units ( Four Star Quality), Self Contained Motel Units with separate bedroom, Motel Studio Units, and Cabins plus powered and non-powered sites for Motorhomes, Caravans, Campervans, and tents.
- Rainbow Motel is located in the historic thermal village of Tokaanu, the gateway to the National Park area of New Zealand's North Island.
- Formerly Aotearoa Thermal Resort, Tokaanu Hotel is now under new management and has gone massive renovations to accommodate the community and guests abroad.
- Tokaanu Lodge Motel is situated right in the heart of Tokaanu, 5km along Highway 41 from its junction with State Highway 1 at Turangi, about half way between Auckland and Wellington. The motel is central to most of North Islands tourist spots being only 2.5hrs from either Rotorua or Napier and just 30mins to the ski fields on Mt Ruapehu. Tokaanu enjoys a warm temperate climate because of the thermal springs and mud pools that are found around the area.
- Tokaanu is a small village situated in a very pleasant quiet spot with a stream running through it. Boasting a Thermal bathing area a taonga of the Ngati Kurauia people a hapu of Ngati Tuwharetoa, which for generations has been recognised as having the wai ora (healing waters).