Rotorua Mall - Large national chain stores plus small, owner-operated retail businesses and a food court all hang out at the Mall, also known as Rotorua Central Mall.
It sure is a strange place, all spread out with the shops covering a wide area. Basically, another town centre has been built right next to the old one.
Located in the heart of the Rotorua Central Mall is the food court with a variety of food types.
Around the food court in the same building you will find:
Health 2000 - health shop for natural remedies, vitamins etc.
Shake Shed & Co - Gourmet shakes, smoothies, and protein shakes
Not Just $2 - lots of cheapie bits and pieces
Pero's Hairtek - Barber Shop
Spark - one of the leading telecommunications groups. Sells mobile phones and accessories.
Vodafone - another telecommunications store
2Degrees - another telecommunications store
The Warehouse - A big store that is a well-known brand throughout New Zealand. They pretty much sell everything you could want at a reasonable price. Includes Warehouse Stationery
Hallensteins - Fashion, streetwear and lifestyle store for men
Lower - Streetwear clothing for men, women and kids
Glasson's - Women's clothing and accessories
PaperPlus - Books, stationery, magazines, postal services and bills can be paid here as well. Also provide a Lotto (lottery) service
EB Games - gaming store for Xbox 360, PS3, Wii, PS2, PSP, DS and accessories etc
Michael Hill - NZ brand jewellery store
Unichem Pharmacy - Medicines, advice and treatments for common ailments, gifts, non-prescription glasses, make-up, gifts and more
Professional Nails - nail treatments
Simply New Zealand - Souvenirs and Kiwiana products that include t-shirts, food, possum merino clothing, wall art and prints, ponamu (greenstone) etc.
Columbus Coffee - Serve brunch, lunch, and an array of cabinet food. Great coffee too.
Bank of NZ (BNZ)
Postie - Clothing shop for women, men and children
Beds 4 U - Beds, mattresses, headboards, bedroom furniture and bedding
Smith City - Furniture, whiteware, home appliances, TV, sound systems etc.
Flooring Xtra - Flooring, from wood laminate through to carpet and rugs
Exit South to Carpark
Mall side of carpark
Torpedo 7 - Outdoor gear for the adventurous be it for clothing, camping, bikes, and much more
Countdown - Supermarket
Opposite side of carpark:
Rebel Sports - sporting goods and clothing
Briscoes - all types of homewares. They have sales all the time.
Western Border of the Block
In a westerly direction you are now looking at the buildings on the perimeter of the whole block. They are the big department stores such as:
Farmers - Furniture, Manchester, clothing (all ages), skincare, appliances etc
Uncle Bills - Wholesale club out to beat retail prices with all sorts of things from laundry items to clothing and everything in between.
Noel Leeming - Appliances, computer, phone, TV ware etc .
Harvey Norman - Furniture, manchester, appliances, computer, phone, TV ware etc .
If you don't know it, getting around in the car-park is a mission. It defies logic the way it's been built as there are dead-ends or
through-roads that are hard to see from a distance. You'll see what I
mean if you visit here with a car. Keep your wits about you.
Bus stops have been added too which contributes to the madness at times.
There are four entrances to the block that houses the Rotorua Mall area. They are located on Amohau St, Fenton St, and two on Victoria St. The Amohau St entrance is a nightmare as cars get banked up because of shocking planning. It's a pet peeve for a lot of us here. Avoid it like the plague.
Looking at the block on the map you will also find additional businesses that can mostly be accessed from within the block: