This South Waikato town lies at the heart of the north island of New Zealand. Its central location is supported by both road and rail links in all directions, making it a convenient stopover for travellers and a perfect spot for business development opportunities.
Putaruru is a rural town of some 4,000 people supporting a strong farming sector.
Putaruru too is home to many world class sportsmen and women like Olympic gold medallist Lorraine Moller. The town has a strong affinity with water due to the nearby Blue Spring, from where 70% of New Zealand's bottled water is sourced (there are three bottling plants in the town); and wood-turning that can be viewed at the Putaruru Timber Museum by appointment.
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