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Nestled on the banks of the Waikato River in the North Island of New Zealand, Hamilton is the seat and most populous city of the Waikato Region with approximately 129,000 inhabitants. Hamilton, afast-growing, multicultural city, is the fourth largest city in addition to being the largest inland city of New Zealand. It is unique and special in its own ways. It is a picturesque settlement that enjoys a beautiful weather, rich culture and history, and a welcoming Kiwi spirit. The mesmerising city of Hamilton is home to one of the University of Waikato Campuses, and hence, the city boasts a huge student population.Hamilton was initially a major agricultural service centre; however, over the years, the city has grown tremendously and has gone on to become a major contributor to the thriving New Zealand economy.

Hamilton is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Oceania that offers a myriad of stunning attractions including the famous Hamilton Zoo, the Hamilton Garden, and the Waikato Museum. Plus, the city is a heaven for adventure-seekers, given that Hamilton has a wide range of adrenaline-pumping activities to suit all tastes and budgets. From clay target shooting, motorcycles, quad bikes and snowmobiles to car and kart racing, canoeing, kayaking, surfing, and river boarding and everything in between, the city never ceases to amaze its vistors. 

Every year, thousands of adventure-seekers, nature lovers and history buffs flock to Hamilton to spend their vacations and enjoy some quality time. But on the flipside, planning a trip to Hamilton, especially for the first time, can be a daunting and overwhelming task. The city boasts multitude of attractions and outdoor activities which one would certainly not want to miss. The longest river of New Zealand - Waikato River flows through the middle of Hamilton, cutting the city in two halves, Hamilton East and Hamilton West. Below given are some of the most popular areas of Hamilton to make it easier for the travellers to plan their next holidays.

Hamilton Central: Located on the western banks of the River Waikato, Hamilton Central is the central business district of the city. Hamilton Central is ideal for business people and shopaholics and business people as it is a major business and financial centre of Hamilton that comprises offices of leading firms and a number of shopping areas. Luxury hotels and rental apartments are easily available in this area.

Beerescourt: It is a suburb in western Hamilton, in close proximity to the CBD and the riverside walkway. The beautiful hill and the riverside area offers picturesque views to the visitors. The place is suitable for couples and families who wish to spend quality time in a tranquil setting. Queenwood: It isa suburb located in northern Hamilton. Queenswood is a residential area located in a calm and soothing location between River Road and Hukanui RoadSelf catering holiday rentals are available in this area.

Hamilton East: It is a suburb in central Hamilton. The primary commercial and retail precinct of Hamilton East is situated along Grey Street. The beautiful suburb is characterised by luxury villas,bungalows and other lavish residential properties built in early 1900s. Hamilton East is quite popular among the travellers; there are different accommodations solutions available, such as luxury hotels and rental apartments for visitors.

Hillcrest: A beautiful suburb in south-eastern Hamilton, Hillcrest is located on the east of Hamilton Town Belt. The suburb houses the University of Waikato and hence, it has a large population of students. Budget hotels, lodges, B&B’s and rental apartments are available for travellers.

The information is correct as of January 2016.