Smallbone Park

Smallbone Park is a cricket ground in , Bay of Plenty, . The first recorded match held on the ground came in 1921 when Rotorua played the touring Australians.The ground later held its first first-class match during the 1968/69 Plunket Shield when Northern Districts played Otago.

Landmarks in the Area

Building
Rotorua International Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium located on Devon Street West in the Westbrook suburb of , . is situated 480 meters west of Smallbone Park.

School
Rotorua Girls' High School is a state school educating girls from Year 9 to Year 13, located in , . is situated 1 km northeast of Smallbone Park. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY 3.0.

School
John Paul College is a secondary school in , New Zealand. is situated 1¼ km north of Smallbone Park.

School
Rotorua Boys' High School is a state school educating boys from Year 9 to Year 13. is situated 2 km northeast of Smallbone Park. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY 3.0.

Localities in the Area

Town
Ngongotaha is a town on the western shores of Lake Rotorua in 's . is situated 9 km north of Smallbone Park.

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