Rotorua's newest adventure - freestyle airbag

If you enjoy mountain biking, big ramps, small ramps, slopestyle jumps or big are tricks this new adventure experience is for you.  New Zealand’s first dedicated bike airbag is designed for riders ranging from beginner trick throwers through to international Crankworx slopestyle super stars – it’s the sweetest spot to perfect big air acrobatics.
Incredible Rides At One Location Rotorua Agroventures

6 Incredible Adventure Rides in One Location

Experience up to six of New Zealand's most iconic adventure activities at unbelievable value. There is something for everyone including Bungy Jumping - NZ's best value jump, the Swoop - NZ's favourite sky swing, Agrojet - NZ's jet sprint experience, Freefall Xtreme - NZ's ONE and ONLY wind tunnel and the WORLDS ONLY Shweeb, the human powered monorail racetrack, and lastly the new and exciting bike Freestyle Airbag - New Zealand only dedicated bike airbag for all biking abilities. 

Perfect for families, tourists, school groups, those sporty types or a corporate team building venue. There is something for everyone, toddlers to grandparents, all in picturesque country surroundings just 10 minutes north of Rotorua and adjacent to Zorb, aMAZEme and the Agrodome. 
Bungy Jumping - NZ's best value jump Rotorua

trip advisor review!

“Queenstown in 1”

This place is the ultimate adventure park. As a person who lives in Queentown I came to Agroventures and tried out the activities. The swoop is the best bungy/swing I have done and I have done them all in Queenstown too. Its so scary in that you're horizontal all the way up overlooking some great views, then once you're at the top its up to you to pull the release cord which is so thrilling. Agroventures is such a bargain I couldn't believe it, you can do all of the activities here for $189 with free transport. For someone on a budget as well that wants to tick off a load of bucket list activities this is the place to go. I would also imagine going on a work event or group building activity it would be amazing too.
- Richard Donaldson - Queenstown, New Zealand - June 2016