Story: Tourist industry

Malfroy geyser (4th of 4)

Malfroy geyser

The Malfroy geyser, shown here between eruptions in a 1908 photo by William Price, is surrounded by hot pools in the grounds of Rotorua’s Government Sanatorium and Baths, also known as Government Garden. The geyser was named after Camille Malfroy, the government engineer at Rotorua, who found that he could manipulate the eruption of geysers by controlling flows of spring water.

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Alexander Turnbull Library, Price Collection
Reference: 1/2-001504; G
Photograph by William Archer Price

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Margaret McClure, 'Tourist industry - Māori entrepreneurs in Rotorua', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 4 October 2023)

Story by Margaret McClure, published 11 Mar 2010