Rotoiti Lodge offers accommodation for 74 people split across 2 floors in 8 dormitory style rooms.

The 8 dormitories consist of 60 bunk beds and 6 single beds. There are also 2 three-person rooms with en-suites on each of the two floors and a two-person room with an en-suite adjacent to the main hall.

All beds have mattresses, but no linen so you will need to bring your own. We recommend a base sheet, sleeping bag and pillow, plus an extra blanket if you are prone to the cold.

We now also have some tents available for extra sleeping space. Contact the lodge for more information on this

The Hall

The Lodge has a large main hall suitable for dining and group activities. The flooring is split into a carpeted area and a vinyl floor for dining.

Getting Clean

On each floor there is a toilet and shower block and also a drying room to dry out those damp clothes from a good day in the park. There is also a washing machine for your use which requires a $2 coin and your own washing powder.


The kitchen is equipped with enough basic cutlery and utensils for up to 100 people. There is also a walk in refrigerator, two large ovens with cooking elements, a chest freezer, 3 sinks, a large toaster, a hot water boiler, a microwave and a commercial dishwasher.

Extra Space

There is a  classroom area that can be hired with the hall and used as a study or break out room or hired separately as a meeting room or conference venue

Keeping Warm

There is a wood burning fire in both the main hall and the classroom and firewood is included in the hire cost. In addition there is a diesel heating system which can assist in heating the lodge during the colder months (there is an extra charge for this).

Tidying up

Supplies to tidy the lodge are included in the hire price as well as dish-washing liquid, tea towels and toilet supplies. It is the hirers responsibility to clean the lodge prior to departure (see conditions of hire for details).


We try and recycle as much as we can at the lodge. There are separate bins for all recyclables and also a food scraps bin which gets recycled through some local pigs.