Coromandel: 3 Hot Pools in the Coromandel Region

Interactive Map Showing Hotpools in The Coromandel Region
The Lost Spring
121A Cook Drive, Whitianga, 3510, Coromandel Peninsula
Experience the magic of Whitianga's luxury Day Spa and Geo-Thermal Pools. Wander through tropical gardens, relax amongst a New Zealand bush setting, and soak in 100%Pure thermal spring waters in sculpted pools. Let The Lost Spring Day Spa pamper you with massages and treatments in luxurious tree-top therapy rooms. Dine poolside, in The Cafe or on the Sky Deck, and let yourself be waited on by friendly staff.
Hot Water Beach
East Coast of Coromandel Peninsula
Hot water Beach is acessable from SH 25, 20 min drive north of Tairua between Tairua and Whitianga. Important to check tide tables as digging for hot springs is only possible in low tides. usually loads of people at this beach good idea to be there 3 h before peak low tide. Stay at Te Aroha Holiday Park after your visit, only a 2 hr drive south from there and not so crowded [Anna,...
Hot Water Beach TOP 10 Holiday Park
Hot Water Beach, Whenuakite
Hot Water Beach has been rated as one of the world’s top 10 beaches by Lonely Planet. Situated on the east coast of the Coromandel and surrounded by volcanic landscapes, Hot Water Beach is situated on geothermal fissures from where natural volcanic springs seep up through the sand. With the help of a spade one can create handmade spas on the beach. Hot Water Beach is also popular with surfers, but take care as there are strong...
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Sylvia Flats Hot Springs [Destroyed by slip 20 Jan 2017)
The total destruction of Sylvia Flats Hot Polls is now happening. Contractors arrived May 2018 and are building a rock wall beside the river and a road along the cliff bottom. When finished there will be a rock wall dropping into the river with deep river water. This is being done to save the road … Continue reading Sylvia Flats Hot Springs [Destroyed by slip 20 Jan 2017)
Tekapo Springs (formerly Alpine Springs & Spa)
Tekapo Springs. Photo by Julian Apse (TNZ)
Tapuaeharuru Bay Springs
Taken in 2016. The hot water issues from the cleft immediately below the warning sign.