Fernland Spa Bethlehem

Tauranga
All year round

Come to the springs to revitalise and get back to nature

Visitors often feel healthier and happier after a relaxing soak. Warm up and relax – you deserve it.

Cost?

yes

For more info visit:

Fernland Spa Bethlehem

Address

250 Cambridge Road
Bethlehem
Tauranga

Contact

07 578 3081

info@fernlandspa.nz

ACCESSIBILITY

General

The private pools also have steps leading into them. Visitors must be able to safely use steps to gain access and if necessary bring a caregiver with them. The pools are not suitable for frail or immobile persons.

Transport

Fernland Spa is a 5 to 10 minute drive from the city centre depending on traffic. Bay hopper service route 60 runs buses from Turanga City centre right past the driveway on the every 30 minutes from the hour.

Parking

Plenty of car parking is available on site. Driveway access is quite steep in parts and there are campers walking around the grounds so please drive at 15kms and be mindful of pedestrians.

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