Huia Pool and Fitness

All year round

Huia is Lower Hutt’s one stop shop aquatic facility. Lane swimming, aqua jogging, family fun, plus a learn to swim programme for infants to adults. A beloved hydro pool is a wonderful asset.

What about fitness? The gym has modern equipment, varied classes and friendly, trained staff. A Swim + Gym membership also gives you access to all of Hutt City Council’s pools and fitness facilities citywide, which you won’t find at any other gym. All year round. Check website or call ahead first, as hours vary.



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Huia Pool +Fitness



25m Hydrotherapy pool designed for people with disabilities, those rehabilitating from injuries, and those with less mobility who will benefit from low-impact exercises such as water walking and slow-lane swimming. Heated to a comfortable 33°C, there’s also a therapy bench with jets aimed at the lower and upper back. A 15m ramp makes access easy, and for those who need it, there’s a full hoist.


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