Vector Wero Whitewater Park

All year round

Vector Wero Whitewater Park is a world class tourism destination

New Zealand’s first facility to offer an artificial river and water course for recreation, sports, and emergency services training, school programmes and youth development. Vector Wero has heaps of adventure activities and programmes for you to choose from. So choose your adventure, and get ready to make a splash! Rafting, kayaking and stand up paddle boarding could be in your future.



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Vector Wero Whitewater Park


770 Great South Road


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See all terms and conditions on the Wero website. Vector Wero offers accessible kayaking down the Grade 1-2 Tamariki River for persons living with disabilities. Vector Wero also has an accessible paddleboarding activity. If you have full trunk function, contact Wero. For all other abilities, contact your adaptive adventure consultant on and include details on your abilities and weight so they can tailor the experience for you.

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