Tokaanu Thermal Pools [Reopened 19 Jul 2022]

Tokaanu Thermal Pools [Reopened 19 Jul 2022]
Mangaroa Street, Tokaanu P.O. Box 181, Turangi
Phone: (07) 386 8575
**Please mention when you call**

** Reopened 19 Jul 2022 **

Tokaanu is a small village situated in a very pleasant quiet spot with a stream running through it. Boasting a Thermal bathing area a taonga of the Ngati Kurauia people a hapu of Ngati Tuwharetoa, which for generations has been recognised as having the ‘wai ora (healing waters)’.

The thermal waters and steam in generations past was used for puia (cooking with the steam) and boiling harakeke (flax) for raranga (weaving). This still happens today.

Come and share our taonga and we will ensure that you enjoy every moment of it.

Extensive renovations finished in Jul 2022.

Adults and children alike can enjoy the public pool to their hearts content all day if they wish, and the private pools at night with the stars shinning bright and the occasional snow flutter, brings out the romantic side of one.

Public Pool

Adult Public Pool (16 years and over) $8.00
Child Public Pool (5 years to 15 years) $6.00
Senior Citizen (65 years and over) $7.00
Preschooler Public Pool (with paying Adult) Free
Concessions Public Pools
Adults 12 Visit Concession Card Public Pool $77.00
Child 12 Visit Concession Card Public Pool $58.00
Senior Citizen 12 Visit Concession Card Public Pool $67.00

Private Pool

Adults Private Pool (16 years and over) $14.00
Child Private Pool (accompanied by adult) $10.00
Senior Citizen Private Pool (65 years and over) $12.00
Preschooler Private Pool (accompanied by adult) Free
Concessions Private Pools
Adult 12 Visit Concession Card Private Pool $135.00
Child 12 Visit Concession Card Private Pool $87.00
Senior Citizens 12 Visit Concession Card Private Pool $106.00

Hours operating

  • Public Pool 10am – 9pm
  • Private Pools 10am – 8pm (sales close 8pm)
  • Open Everyday (closed only Christmas Day).

Clare Tahi
Tokaanu Thermal Pools Site Supervisor


A few kilometres North-West of Turangi on SH41. Just off the main road in the tiny township of Tokaanu. Look for the steam!

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  • 1 Large Public Pool (heated with fresh chlorinated water to around 36oC- 38oC)
  • 12 Family Sized Private Natural Mineral Pools (range from 39oC- 41oC)
  • Kids Pool (heated to 36oC with fresh chlorinated water situated right beside the main pool)
  • Free Thermal Bushwalk. While you're with us, why not take a relaxing short walk around our natural thermal area located in attractive native bush, where you can see steaming hot mineral pools, set in sinter basins and spluttering mud pots. It only takes 20 minutes is accessible by wheelchair.
  • Feed the Trout. At our entrance you can peer down from the bridge into the cold Tokaanu stream, which flows beside the thermal areas and feed the Rainbow trout in their natural environment.
  • Historic and Scientific Display
My Experience
Essential after a hard day skiing.
Bather Reviews
Both the private and public pools were clean and delightfully hot. The private pools are fed from the mineral springs so you should expect small pieces of organic matter. Cold poolside showers only. Excellent value.
Rating: 8/10
Paul Kathro - Kerikeri
24th June 2021
Totally relaxing -.Best sleep ever too after that soak....Private Pool is the way to go. Great prices. Nice staff.
Rating: 10/10
Ari - Auckland
16th July 2019
Me my wife and 8yr old son loved it, the private pool gave us all an enjoyable hot soak to the bones, 20min is perfect. Clean. My only suggestion to improve would be a quiter overflow level drain, to assist with relaxation. But not a deal breaker by any means. Thanks for the experience!
Rating: 9/10
Brad - Brisbane
21th January 2019
Clean private pool and public pool great since it has the spring water in it too and was at least 39C. Our skin was so soft afterwards. Cold showers okay for rinsing off but would like to see lukewarm showers at entrance for everyone to use before getting into pools. Price is fantastic, good value. The thermal walk was lovely with bird song, natural vegetation and many photo ops. Would go again if I could.
Rating: 8/10
Dagmar Hughes - Campbell River Canada
15th November 2018
Twelve months since my last visit....hobbled in with a badly sprained swollen ankle and after a healing soak in these ancestral waters I walked out pain free....would so love a healing soak today....will have to visit again very soon. Keep up the good work team!
Rating: 10/10
Heather O - Blenheim NZ
16th October 2018
Absolutely love these pools, so relaxing and the perfect temperature. Always feel a million dollars after a dip. Highly recommended
Rating: 10/10
Sally - New Zealand
18th July 2018
Had a lovely time here today- we didnt spend the whole 20 mins as we didnt really need it. We were a little worried about going due to the comment about TLC being required- I have made a suggestion to remove this statement as it potentially puts off customers- personally I have seen much much worse! We didnt use the public pool as we were travelling home. My only suggestion for improvement is that it would be nice to have some sort of privacy screen for changing as not all couples wishing for a private pool may be comfortable changing in front of each other- new couples, groups of friends, for example.
Rating: 8/10
julia scanlon - Te Awamutu
26th May 2018
after reading the reviews it totally surpassed expectations, the place is lovely! clean pools, Lovely staff, Highly Recommended , loved the short walk around the geothermal area and feeding the Trout off the bridge,, we loved it so much we went twice during our short stay..
Rating: 10/10
ManyHawk & WhiteDove - New Zealand
03th May 2018
Tokaanu hot pools were "the place to be" growing up in Turangi.. Mum (Lorraine) and dad (Ashley) would always take me there as often as possible.. I can't wait to visit next weekend and relive many childhood memories..
Rating: 10/10
Shanna Wilson - Hamilton/New Zealand
28th April 2018
We paid for a private pool thinking it'd be relaxing away from the crowds but instead the water was dirty, so many floating hairs and bits of paper etc. The filter was really noisy and the office ladies could be heard constantly talking over the loud speaker. It was gross so we got out early. The outside pool was ok, needs upgrading but at least it was a lot cleaner. It's embarrassing the state of the pools, considering the number of overseas tourists who come and the cost of $40 for two adults and two kids! There needs to be some serious upgrading happening!
Rating: 3/10
Kim - Auckland
15th July 2017
Wonderful place to visit after a rainy hike on Ruapehu. Great price, friendly and helpful staff, and soothing water. We had 20 minutes in the private pools which was enough because of the heat. The public pool felt great after that. The only shower facilities are a couple of cold poolside ones, but it does the job.
Rating: 8/10
Jo - UK
09th February 2017
Used the private pool service and found that very relaxing. The staff led by Phil and Tina Smith are very friendly and helpful. The walk around the woodland thermal pools is free, very interesting and and well worth the effort. Would recommend anyone to go there. It may need some TLC but it is clean and well maintained. Well worth the $10 each.
Rating: 10/10
John Harrison - Gloucester UK
26th January 2017
Tokaanu Thermal pools has been my favourite for 20+ years , always stop there on my way north and back home if I can Love the place and it's old fashioned ambience , I recommend it to all my guests
Rating: 10/10
Hilary - New Zealand
08th July 2016
An absolute delight. We stopped in for a dip on our way up North - such a relaxing break from driving. The staff were lovely, friendly and helpful. We spent 20 minutes in a private pool - we were given extra time on top of that as it was quiet but we didnt need it, 20 is perfect. We then spent another 10 in the large public pool. The facilities are a bit dated - but everything was so clean and well kept it didn't matter. And the towels we hired were new, clean and fluffy. Best $10 I've ever spent.
Rating: 10/10
Doug - Australia
03th February 2016
The bush walk next door is nice and so is the public pool. I go on and off and I would only suggest the staff to wear more smiles as I have yet to see this. The public pool itself could be deeper and hotter in a perfect world though as long as the $6 price doesn't go up its ok otherwise would be on the steep side. Still lovely in the end of a long day
Rating: 7/10
Nina - Wellington
16th August 2015
It was nice, but nowhere near hot enough to comfort my legs after doing the Tongariro Crossing. Not as hot as my bathwater! Pity the public pools were unavailable. Also, for the amount of money my group of 4 paid for entry, surely someone could drive to Turangi, purchase a lock for the lady's loo door and install it! Don't slack on the basics, people. It was clean, at least.
Rating: 3/10
Julie - Auckland
26th November 2014
Just letting all interested people know that the Private Pools only are closed for major upgrade. The Public Pool is still open for business. My apologies for not alerting all to this fact. It is an exiting time for us and we are looking forward to when the up grades are completed. In saying that there are ongoing repairs and maintenance happening and have been happening for the past year. Sometimes it has been disruptive to the public and we apologise for this and hope that these small interludes will not discourage people from visiting our pools.
Rating: -/10
Miria Cockburn - New Zealand
09th September 2014
Before going there, double-check (call them) whether the thermal pools re-opened after maintenance. The are closed since 26/08/2014
Rating: -/10
Olga Likhatcheva - New Zealand
08th September 2014
well i came back to torangi to fish the rivers . i didnt get any fish so i spent some time in the pools . thay are a nice place .
Rating: 10/10
tony menzies - surfers paradise
27th January 2014
We recently visited the pools, I have been before and found them great value for money. On the most resent visit we had the unfortunate luck to encounter the lady which seemed to be the person in charge(older of the two ladies). Starting with the foul scary look on the lady's face to her extremely abrupt and loud manner the whole encounter was scary and rude and I am hesitant to return with such crap, rude service.
Rating: -/10
Rebecca Edmeades - New Zealand
25th November 2013
Our management contract for the pools expired on 31 October 2013. We really enjoyed working here, and hope the pools continues to bring in more and more tourists to the area.
Rating: -/10
Tui Brabyn & Rod Brown -
13th November 2013
it was very good
Rating: 8/10
D smith -
09th September 2013
Kia Ora Jo

Thank you for your invaluable feedback. We are very sorry for the way you and your group were treated when you booked a Private Mineral Pool for 20 minutes.

We're striving for 100% satisfaction and customer service. You are right, when this happens it does not help bring our valued visitors to Tokaanu and to the thermal pools. To help prevent this happening again, can you please give us a date, a time, and did you notice a name badge or can you give a description of the person who served you?

We hope you will email us directly at as soon as possible.

We’ll be doing our best to remedy this.

Tui Brabyn & Rod Brown

P.S. As subscribers to the website, Tokaanu Thermal Pools is given the opportunity to directly email reviewers. We had hoped to make contact with you directly Jo, but the email address you supplied, produced a failure notice. Hence the reason we are using this public forum to try and get in touch.
Rating: -/10
Tui Brabyn & Rod Brown - Tokaanu, New Zealand
04th September 2013
Paid for 20 mins @$10 each total of $50 after ten mins got told time was up when we said we only 10 min they said not there problem as they had lots of people waiting never go there again and wonder why Tokaanu is dying with people like that working at the pool
Rating: 1/10
Jo Harrington - Australia
02th September 2013
What an incredible place to visit, especially in the April to September period, when there is a chill to the air. An awesome historic walk near geothermal springs is only a stones throw away and staff are very welcoming. I visit each year, sometimes twice a year if i am lucky.
Rating: 9/10
Caroline - Wellington/NZ
19th March 2013
We allow 20 minutes in our Private Mineral Pools, to reduce the incidences of faints as the water temperatures in these pools are between 39 and 41 degrees. It also frees up these very popular pools, to allow others to bathe in the private mineral water without waiting too long. Staff allow 5 minutes either side, for guest to get changed, so in total 30 minutes is allocated each time a pool is in use. Our single entry charges have remained the same since 2009. Check out on this website, our concession, senior and child rates for the Private Pools too. After soaking in the Private Mineral Pool there is also complimentary entry into our Public Heated Pool for a long as you like to visit, until closing at 9 pm. We welcome your comments. We can also be contacted directly by emailing . Thank You
Rating: 10/10
Tokaanu Pools Management -
30th January 2013
We have a bach in Kuratau and have been going to the Tokaanu pools for years. Lovely- but we feel $10 is steep for just 20 mins in the private pools. At least 30 mins would be good!!
Rating: 6/10
nicky - nz
29th January 2013
Our Private Pools are open from 10 am till 9.30 pm (sales close 9 pm). A couple of the private pools will be available for public bathing until 9 pm, whilst painting of the public pools is taking place from Thursday 6 Nov 12 and hopefully completed and open by Tuesday 13 Nov 12 (weather conditions permitting). Please check this website or phone 07 3868575 in the event of any delays.
Rating: 10/10
Rod Brown & Tui Brabyn -
07th November 2012
Loved it! The pools, both public and private were excellent value, and the walk around the thermal area was a brilliant bonus. The staff are lovely too. Very friendly and welcoming.
Rating: 10/10
Amanda Douglas-McCaig - Leeds
27th September 2012
many years ago i use two live in turangi. I would love to thank Mere Albert olive whakatihi gillian donna debs and most of all spike angove and the whanau frm papakainga f it wsnt for the aroha of embrace i would not have known ths pl existed....
Rating: 10/10
taan Rawiri - aotearoa
03th September 2012
We just went there with family for the long weekend. It was wonderful. Private pools are amazing, very relaxing, clean. The big public pool is also a good one and comes as a combo when you buy access to the private pool. I would definitely come back, there are so good.
Rating: 9/10
Catherine -
05th June 2012
Such wonderful people and SO EVERY helpful. Thanks
Rating: 10/10
Arlene Barbeau - New Zealand
26th April 2012
Love it, near my marae, private pools are great.
Rating: 9/10
Tinishia Bowlin Henry - Whangarei
18th April 2012
We welcome and thank everyone for their feedback. When a constructive comment is made we endeavor to first contact the reviewer to provide a personal response to their concerns. At this stage we haven’t had a reply from the last reviewer, whose expectations were not meet, with regard to the type of water and temperature of our Public Pool. The Public Pool is advertised as Chlorinated Fresh Water and is heated to between 36 - 38 degrees Celsius. Unlike the mineral pools this pool allows for a long warm soak and and parents “You don’t need to worry about your children ducking their heads under”. Our pool temperatures are checked hourly, and adjustments are made to account for weather and time of the day. Our private mineral pools are natural water (it’s advisable to keep heads above water), and are often around 41 degree Celsius. This is great for those aches and pains after an adventurous time in Southern Lake Taupo and the Tongariro National Park. A time limit of 20 minutes is given, to prevent faints, and so others can also enjoy these private natural mineral pools, without waiting long. We include a complimentary public pool afterwards. As the temperatures aren’t as hot as the mineral pools this allows you to stay in as long as you like till closing. Our answer to B. Welsh’s review below: The Tokaanu Private Mineral and Public Chlorinated Pools cater well for a huge range of locals and visitors. We do not have an infinite supply of mineral water, and the beautiful thermal walk behind the pools would be in jeopardy, if changes were made as suggested. Again we welcome your feedback! Should anyone wish to comment to us directly, please email us at
Rating: -/10
Tokaanu Pools Management -
04th April 2012
The private pools are great but the outdoor pool is disappointing - too cool and not even thermal water. It's basically a warmer than average swimming pool. Can't it be hotter and the genuine smelly stuff?
Rating: 6/10
B. Welsh - NZ
19th March 2012
We have been coming to Tokaanu hot pools for close to 30 years and have never been disapointed. The service and surroundings are the best and the only fault is that you have to try and drive home before the beautiful warmth leaves your joints!! keep up the awesome work guys ..its very much appreciated
Rating: 10/10
Gaye McQuarrie - NZ
03th February 2012
Great, went in the private pools, nice and relaxing.
Rating: -/10
Autumn -
30th December 2011
I love spiders they are part of the nature experience. Feeding the trout is fun! Soaking in the pools after a weekend of skiing OOOOH-AAH Tokaanu pools rule, keep it simple and afordable!
Rating: -/10
Tim Sharp - New Zealand
14th September 2011
Took the (pre-school) kids to the pool - had a private pool before jumping into the main pool. Facilities are a little dated and the facilities were 1950s standard and confused some of the users who kept looking for the showers but they looked clean, were well priced and the kids thought it was really neat. Kids also enjoyed the bush walk, couldn't take their eyes off the boiling mud.
Rating: 8/10
Michael Ellis - Lower Hutt
07th August 2011
Since late 2009, we have been managing the Tokaanu Thermal Pools, and wish to comment on the last reviewers remarks. These pools have been in operation since our eldest residents were children. They are very popular not only with the locals, but to tens of thousands of visitors each year. The vast majority of our patrons, appreciate our clean hot pools to relax in, and at a very reasonable price. The Pools are surrounded by beautiful bush and manuka trees, as well as bordering on the freshwater Tokaanu Stream, so spiders naturally inhabit the area. To help keep spider webs at bay, we have had an exterminator in, and daily, staff work at removing webs throughout the complex. For every web that you may see, we have removed hundreds, and will continue to do so. Repainting has been addressed. This has involved closed down periods, during our quieter times, where we have grinded layers of paint, and repainted all the pools. The toilets, changing rooms, seating, architraves, doors, partitions, some of the fences, the inside and outside of reception have all been repainted in this time too. Maintenance is ongoing, and yes the pools will need repainting again this summer, and more of the premises will get a fresh coat of paint too. Come and enjoy Tokaanu Thermal Pools, and all that the area has to offer. From the Staff and Management.
Rating: -/10
Rod Brown & Tui Brabyn - Tokaanu
13th June 2011
Needs a complete repaint, spiderwebs every where, not a pleasant place for tourists
Rating: 3/10
Alban Reid - New Zealand
12th June 2011
Loved it! We come here every year after a long hard week of Hunting in the ngahere!!
Rating: 10/10
Jhonelle Richards - New Zealand
23th April 2011
wonderful helpful very freindly staff great service wonderful hotpools
Rating: 9/10
wendy symes - new zeakabd
21th April 2011
Kiaora te whanau o Tokaanu Waiwera just sending some love to you all miss and see you all when we get home.....Sam and Whanau in Rockhampton. Mauriora....
Rating: 10/10
Sam Maxwell - Rockhampton Australia
20th September 2010
He rawe enei hopua! He tino pai mo to kiri me ou ua. Pai ki ahau mo te whanau me nga hoa katoa o te motu nei, o te ao whanui hoki. Tenei taku mihi maioha ki a Ngati Tuwharetoa mo to koutou manaakitanga ki a matou te hunga-kore-hopua wera-:)
Rating: 10/10
Arini Loader - Aotearoa New Zealand
21th July 2010
I love this place, awesome gathering spot for when all the whanau come for huis. Even better when you know your tipuna are watching over you. Good place to take all the kids when the whanau are having a party at the marae
Rating: 10/10
Kailee Hepi - Hamilton
12th June 2010
Love this place. Good for a soak in the main pool after a days skiing in the winter. Just beautiful. Provite pools are great to for a more authentic experience.
Rating: 9/10
Adam - Wellington, NZ
03th May 2010
Terrific friendly staff especially SAM. made to feel very welcome. Will recommend and also return
Rating: 9/10
Nola Walkinshaw - Wellington
31th March 2010
Just to let everyone know that the Tokaanu Thermal Pools will be closed until Monday 22 February 2010 for our Annual Maintenance. From the Tokaanu Management
Rating: 10/10
Tui Brabyn -
12th February 2010
Great pools! Enjoyed the private thermal pool, nice with the open air, I can imagine how nice it would be on a clear night with the stars above. Just needed a bench to sit on in the private pool. The public pool was nice and warm, I thought it would have been cold, but it wasn't! Very relaxing and great woman on the front desk who was helpful and very friendly and informative! Next time I'm up this way will definitely stop in again!
Rating: 8/10
Ivan Rainforth - Wellington, New Zealand
30th November 2009
We visited these pools to avoid the crowds at Whakapapa. we hired a private pool, and it had plenty of space, probably fit 4 adults comfortably. temperature was lovely & warm and the open roof was refreshing. Will definitely stop by again.
Rating: 8/10
Rissa - Wellington, NZ
08th September 2009
you don't even have the open hours on the site - pathetic. And when you call their number they don't have a msg with hours either - it's medieval.
Rating: -/10
james - nz
21th August 2009
Had a fantastic time, was so great as we got there early afternoon before the crowds! So nice, relaxing, and hot! Will definitely be back, thanks!
Rating: 10/10
Stacey - NZ
11th August 2009
The best hotpools in the country, great atmosphere, really friendly staff and excellent service. Very clean as well...
Rating: 10/10
Tracey Mosen - Te Awamutu
12th July 2009
Fantastic, a must after a day at the mountain!!
Rating: 10/10
Chrissie Crawshaw - Porirua,Wellington
06th July 2009
Great family outting location
Rating: 10/10
Peter Henare - Auckland, NZ
24th April 2009
Lovely staff and great pool. This place has such a nice feel to it. My little girl learnt to float on her tummy in the small pool. It was so nice one night with the steam rising and a full moon coming up among the stars.
Rating: 9/10
Aimee - NZ
20th April 2009
I love this place. Its well worth the journey....Im not sure why people talk about it being old. Its been there along time. Its nice to read the history about it. Its so cheap. I find it a peaceful place and am only sorry I cant get there more often...Infact I think my girlfriend hinted she wanted to go up there for for relaxation tomorro night..Valentines day..Better than any present. My skin problems seem to settle alot after visiting..Thats a real bonus for me
Rating: 9/10
Michael Lockwood - Wanganui
14th February 2009
Enjoyed a wonderful dip in these pools after doing the Tongariro Crossing. Waht could be better? Hired a private pool for only $2 extra (and we could use the public pool afterwards as well for free). Just great. Sure it's a bit tired, but the staff and water are wonderful.
Rating: 9/10
Alan - UK
21th December 2008
Rating: 10/10
Anonymous Person - NZ
12th December 2008
This is a nice hot pool for the family. It has a good/medium sized pool and a smaller shallow childrens pool. It is nice and hot and has a cold shower and a drink fountain near the pool. There is a nature walk near the pool that is free and along the path has plopping mud, steam and natural thermal boiling water. Also a traditional maori hungi area that is still in use.
Rating: 9/10
Ms Lee - Auckland, NZ
14th July 2008
I always go here for relaxation and for my bones, skin and hair. Everyone I bring here are impressed with the lovely staff and the entire facility. I don't care if it is old and would hate for it to be made modern. I am here for the water and the peace, not anything else. I love the natural beauty of the surrounding area which is graciously provided free to walk by the owners. The pricing is affordable. The best in the country.
Rating: 10/10
Christine Fiori - NZ
25th May 2008
Hi there, just enquiring about the hangi pits. Do you still have them and if yes, can you advise how we go about using them?
Rating: -/10
Deborah -
22th May 2008
Love the place, try and visit everytime i'm in nz. However the place needs a bit of TLC. Staff are awesome, price is good, but really starting to look old.
Rating: 7/10
Kate - Aus
12th May 2008
Hi. The pools are great but please can you put some heaters in the changing rooms?! We visit every few weeks with our 2 young children & they freeze in the winter when we are trying to get dressed after a warn swim. Just a couple of electric bar heaters up on the walls would make a huge difference. Other than that, we love it! Staff are all very friendly.
Rating: -/10
Mairi - Wellington
11th May 2008

Rating: 10/10
03th April 2008
If you haven't been to these pools, I'd recommend it. The private pools are exactly that, and have an open roof so you get a nice breeze. It was around 40 degrees, untreated thermal hot water, marvellous. You only get (and only need) 20 minutes in them and I would recommend taking a large bottle of water with you to both drink and cool yourself down a bit. After that we went to the outdoor public pool which was a much cooler and extremely pleasant 32 degrees. They are great to just sit in and relax. The waters treated so you can put your head under the surface. Recommend sunscreen, a hat and sunglasses when in the pool on a sunny day. It was my second visit in a 15 year period. I won't be waiting so long next time.
Rating: 7/10
Brent - Auckland
29th January 2008
One of the highlights of our tour of NZ in March. Gave me that extra boost to complete the tour of the country. Karen Gillis 9 Aug. 2007
Rating: 9/10
Karen Gillis - Dominion, NS. Canada
10th August 2007
Great place to relax. We go there heaps when up that way. Staff very friendly. Change rooms could do with being heated
Rating: 8/10
Lynne Whitworth - New Zealand
27th June 2007
Tokaanu rates as my favourite commercial hot pool in NZ. I always build it into my trip itinerary when I'm in that part of the country.
Rating: 10/10
Tom - Hamilton, NZ
18th March 2007
Good value for money plus nice & hot! The private pools are great with the open roof to view the stars while soaking....very romantic!
Rating: 8/10
Tim - Wellington
17th March 2007
We went to Tokaanu Thermal Pools to soothe our aching legs the day after completing the Tongariro Crossing. After relaxing in the lovely warm outdoor pool, there is also a short walk (accessible from the carpark) around some small mud pools and thermal springs. Well worth stopping if you're passing and great value for money.
Rating: 8/10
Eilidh - Edinburgh UK
08th February 2007
would like to know opening hours +avaliablity of BBQ inoctober we are possibiliy bringing a group of cub scouts on a trip .
Rating: -/10
fred van lier - waitakere
06th June 2006
Oh Yes! A far, far cry from the primitive conditions that used to be here. Sparking clear water and an excellent place to end the day before staying the night in Turangi/Tokaanu. [Andrew A, Wellington]
Rating: -/10
Andrew A - Wellington
11th August 2005
I always stop here and go for a soak every time we pass through (1956 - present)! The large public pool is one of the hottest, and always wear your sun glasses as its the glariest pool I have ever been in. There are private pools etc but we always go to the public large pool which is crystal clear and suitable for all kinds of weather.
Rating: 8/10
Denise Moffitt - Auckland NZ
11th August 2005
Great after a day in the snow
Rating: 8/10
Sean -
11th August 2005

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