Gore Aquatic Centre

Gore, Southland
All year round

The Gore Aquatic Centre is part of the jewel in the Gore District’s recreational crown, the Gore Multisports Complex

The Aquatic Centre encompasses an eight-lane 25m main pool, a leisure pool (including a toddler’s pool, rain drop, water fountains, walk-in beach area, bubble pit & sprays), a hydrotherapy pool as well as a wide variety of inflatables to use. They hold regular events.



For more info visit:

Gore Aquatic Centre


Off Robertson Street
signposted from the intersection of SH1 and Charlton Road


03 203 9128




Caregiver – no charge. Pool side, they have two hoists. One at the Main Pool and the other at the Hydrotherapy Pool. The friendly pool side staff are available and trained to assist you with the hoists. A wet wheelchair available to get you from the changing room and into the pool. A Disability Changing Room, which provides a safe space to shower and change. Features include: the extra safety benefit of a ‘staff assist’ button for if you get into difficulty, electric, height-adjustable change table, hoist for transfer to and from table to wet chair.


Mobility Parking

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