The Mount Hot Pools

Bay of Plenty
All year round

Three outdoor pools of varying temperatures, two outdoor spas and three indoor private pools

For centuries, the ocean has healed and re-energised us. As far back as 500BC, Hippocrates recognised the benefits of warmed seawater for its ability to rebalance and detoxify our bodies. Salt water bathing was believed to improve mobility by easing muscle and joint inflammation, and general aches and pains. Today, those healing properties remain, and it’s all right beneath the majesty of Mauao, Mount Maunganui, with its three outdoor pools of varying temperatures, two outdoor spas and three indoor private pools. To get the blood going try Aqua Resist, a full body aquatic exercise class (suitable for all ages and abilities).



For more info visit:

The Mount Hot Pools


9 Adams Avenue
Mount Maunganui


07 577 8551



Hoist for access into Hydrotherapy and Relaxation Pools (includes sling and wheelchair lifting options). Water wheelchair. Free swimming for Tauranga Residents living with a permanent disability (physical or intellectual). Members receive an electronic entry card which provides free access to our facilities.


Free car parking available on site for customers, does get busy.

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