Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools & Spa

All year round

Relax in silky-smooth sulphur pools

Bask in gentle rapids and natural rock pools. Ease aching muscles with the water spouts and jets. Or just enjoy the stunning alpine backdrop and watch as the world drifts by. For more luxury, escape to your own slice of tranquility with spacious and quiet private pools, or loosen up tired muscles and invigorate your skin in the private sauna and steam rooms. If you have some energy to burn, hit the family leisure area. It’s complete with hydroslides, the South Island’s only aqua thrill ride and freshwater pools featuring waterfalls, spouts and a giggle-filled lazy river.



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Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools & Spa


Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools & Spa
42 Amuri Ave
Hanmer Springs


03 315 0000




Wheelchair access around the complex. There are aqua chair/lifts available on many of the pools, and one of the Cascade pools has a wheelchair ramp. Accessible changing rooms are available. Grab rails.


Mobility parking.

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