About New Zealand

New Zealand is a small country, in the South Pacific (similar in size to Great Britain or Japan). With a population of only four million people it’s also gloriously uncrowded. Our nearest international neighbour is Australia and we are a member of the Commonwealth.

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About Cambridge

Cambridge is a picturesque town located in the Waipa/Waikato region in the North Island of New Zealand, with a population of around 18,000.

Discover our welcoming community, wonderful things to do, spectacular events to enjoy, tranquil places to stay, tasty eateries, boutique shopping and a full range of trade and professional services.

Cambridge offers a range of activities for all. Whether you are looking for something active and exhilarating or less energetic we have the activity for. For more information on what to "Do and See' in Cambridge click here.

A range of accommodation including motels and BB's, village and country, self contained cottages and cabins are available for visitors to Cambridge. Options range from backpacker style through to Luxury Lodges. For more information on where to say in Cambridge click here.

About the Waikato region

Situated in the heart of the North Island the diverse Waikato region is well-known for its nature-based tourism, Middle-earth movie magic, underground wonders and iconic Waikato River. The region offers something for every visitor, from Hamilton’s urban attractions to the stunning black sand surf beaches of Raglan, and the rolling hills and ancient bush-clad mountains that shape the landscape.

Being home to many of New Zealand’s world-class athletes and cyclists, the Waikato region is delighted to host the 2015 UCI Track Cycling World Cup at the Avantidrome, Cambridge and welcomes both domestic and overseas visitors to explore the region while here.

For more information on activities, attractions and accommodation in the Hamilton & Waikato region, visit the official regional tourism website


How to get to Cambridge, New Zealand

The town's location and modern facilities make it a centre for people to come together and an excellent base for getting to nearby main centres such as Hamilton, Tauranga and Rotorua.

Cambridge is situated 25km (driving time 20 mins) from New Zealand’s fourth biggest city, Hamilton and 150km (driving time 2 hours) from New Zealand’s largest city, Auckland.

Auckland Airport is the gateway to New Zealand and receives the majority of international flights including our national carrier, Air New Zealand. Hamilton Airport is the closest domestic airport.