Skyline Rotorua installs new activities, expands F&B offerings

SKYLINE Rotorua in New Zealand has unveiled a number of new soft adventure activities within its premises even as it exports its Luge ride to Canada and South Korea.

On April 18, Skyline Rotorua soft-opened the Zoom Zipline, a high-speed twin zipline which descends 385m down the side of Mt Ngongotaha, a dormant volcano, followed by a unique 10m Quickjump system, and a “freefall” from the landing platform. It will officially open on April 29.

The complex is also investing in a million-dollar expansion of its F&B facilities to complement Art of the Grill and fresh local fare Market Kitchen, which can accommodate a total of 450 people.

David Blackmore, sales and marketing manager of Skyline Rotorua, said multiple cooking stations and space that can be divided into four sections for themed formal or casual events will be added. Skyline Rotorua also operates the Forest Function Venue on site, a marquee equipped with a kitchen, bar and bathrooms and can accommodate 250 people.

In the meantime, Skyline Rotorua will introduce the Luge, a gravity ride in a three-wheel cart using a unique braking and steering system, in Calgary, Canada in the middle of the year and in South Korea in the next two years.

The ride is also available in Queenstown in New Zealand, Singapore’s Sentosa island, and in Quebec.

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