Todd Energy Aquatic Centre

New Plymouth
All year round

Visit the Todd Energy Aquatic Centre for an action-packed day out with friends and whānau. With indoor and outdoor pools, hydroslides, and sauna and spa, there is something for everyone. 

Great for the whole family – warm, safe and fun! Enjoy the wave pool, sauna, spa, fitness centre and other facilities all year round. Attractions include: Wave machine, water features, eight training lanes, tarzan rope, inflatable toys. There’s also a 32 degree tots’ pool with bubbles feature and slide. Fitness Centre, sauna, steam room and cafe on-site. All year round. Check online for times.



For more info visit:

Todd Energy Aquatic Centre


8 Tisch Avenue
New Plymouth


06 759 6060



Disability access


There is plenty of car parking close to the aquatic centre, with mobility parking directly in front of the entrance.

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