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" The best team in Waikato! We were so fortunate to have found Sue and Donna when we moved to Hamilton. They helped us find the right house in the right neighborhood for the right price. Throughout the past several months, Sue and Donna have been there every step of the way. They always answered every call or email no matter..."

- Y Sawaie & M Thainat

"Great company, great resources and great people. Sue has managed to sell our house within only the two month period we agreed upon. The sale became unconditional within seven days and Sue managed to keep our lovely tenant in place, as we had promised them. Great job! Thank you Sue and your team. "

- Mujiono family
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2018 Balloons over Waikato

21st Mar 18

The 2018 Balloons over Waikato Festival officially kicked off early this morning at Innes Common.

Balloons over Waikato is New Zealand’s leading hot air balloon festival and attracts both national and international visitors.  The Festival runs for five days every year in late March and is an iconic event for Hamilton and the wider Waikato community.  The festival provides an almost magical experience for most Hamiltonians, as hot air balloons float over homes, schools and workplaces.

Over 130,000 spectators are expected to visit the balloons over the five day period as the pilots compete in various competitions and demonstrate their skills in flying these massive balloons.

The annual Festival is wrapped up with the amazing Nightglow ... As the sun sets and darkness takes over, the balloons light up in time to orchestrated music with the evening being topped off with one of the best fireworks displays in town.

Members of the public are more than welcome to attend the morning launching of the balloons and live updates are posted on the Balloons over Waikato Facebook page.

Each day of the Festival is jam packed with scheduled events – Click here to check out the 2018 Programme.

The Nightglow is a must-see event in my calendar – I’ll see you there!

 

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