Parakai Springs 

All year round

A whole day of fun!

All the water is natural thermal water, naturally heated from beneath the earth and containing wonderful minerals that are well known for their health benefits. They do filter the water and add some chlorine to ensure that the pools are always safe, clean and free of any impurities. There are adults areas here which may be available for booking if you would like some quiet time. Naturist Swim days are also available but bookings are essential, normally on the first and third Thursday of every month 10am – 7pm. Note capacity limits are enforced if busy for your safety.



For more info visit:

Parakai Springs 


150 Parkhurst Road




The outdoor pool has a sloping entry so it is easy to enter, or you can use a water wheelchair for access. Indoor pool has steps and a handrail. We have disabled parking outside the front doors and there are no steps to enter the complex. Disabled parking is available around the outdoor pool.


Disabled parking outside the front doors and there are no steps to enter the complex. Disabled parking available around the outdoor pool.

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