Local Residents

Från NZD 6,00 NZ$
  • Varaktighet: 2 Timmar (cirka)
  • Plats: Kaikohe, Northland
  • Produktkod: PSL

We invite you to bathe in the healing waters of our 16 geothermal pools at Ngawha Springs and let the ancient energy revitalise your senses while the minerals from deep in the earth permeate your body.

Each pool has its own unique characteristics and healing properties with differing temperatures, colours, and minerals. 

Ngawha springs have a long history of being a restorative and healing place to visit. Our people of Ngapuhi relax in the natural springs to replenish our wairua (spirit), alleviate the sensation of pain, and repair common ailments.  

You are booked for a 2-hour session. The session will start immediately at the session time you have booked for, at the end after 2 hours and you must vacate the pools immediately. The session will be closed off 1 hour after your session start time, e.g if booked in for a 6 pm session 7 pm will be the latest time you can enter. 

Suitable clothing must be worn, and we advise you that your swimwear and towels will have a residue odour of thermal springs. We have towels for hire for $10 each. 

Please refer to our general terms and conditions for more details about the use of the springs – you will receive these in your booking confirmation or do check in the footer of our website. 

Local Resident Concession Conditions

To qualify for the local resident concession, you must reside within the boundary shown on the map. 

You must bring proof of address to receive this concession. The following will be accepted as proof of address correspondence or statements from:

  •  government agencies, ie NZTA, MSD, IRD
  • banks
  • insurance companies or
  • utility companies ie phone, power, internet.

Please have them available for sighting, either in paper form or on your phone when check in for your visit.  

If you are unable to produce proof of address you will be admitted at the General Admission rate and you will need to pay the difference in price.

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