Whakarewarewa Forest, or Redwoods, is located in Rotorua. It has always been a popular attraction with people visiting Rotorua and locals alike.
It is is famous for its hiking trails and is the perfect playground for mountain bikers and horse riders.
The latest addition to the 53,000ha site is The Redwoods Treewalk, a 553-metre-long walk that consists of a series of 23 suspension bridges.
The Treewalk gives visitors a bird’s-eye view of the famous forest, 12m above ground.
The walkway was the brainchild of German tourist, turned Rotorua local, Alex Schmid, who was inspired to develop an ecological treewalk after visiting in 2009.
Tickets cost $25 per adult and $15 for children under 15. Under 5s are free.