The Lost Spring offers a unique experience…

Relax in luxury Thermal Pools filled with 100% pure mineral thermal waters flowing from a spring 600 meters below the earth’s surface.

Soak in hand-sculpted pools and enjoy soothing waterfalls amongst tropical surroundings.
Enjoy poolside service whilst you soak in the 16,000 year old therapeutic waters. Revitalize in the TLS Day Spa with a variety of beauty and relaxation treatments. Let yourself be pampered by an international team of therapists at our first class Day Spa set in the tree tops. Experience delicious cuisine with lagoon-side views, share a platter with friends or simply drop by for a coffee in a unique setting.
Funzone Whitianga

Fun Zone

Family & Adventure Park – Come and Have a blast! Argo Rides, Outdoor Laser Tag, Archery, Kids Quadz, Pony Rides, Soccer Golf, Laser Clay Bird Shooting, Paintball Target Shooting Combat Paintball and much more…
Glass Bottom Boat Whitianga

Glass Bottom Boat

Departing daily from the Whitianga wharf, explore the breath taking volcanic coastline, including the world famous CATHEDRAL COVE. See the stunning Champagne Bay plus a range of blow holes and sea caves.

Stargazing Tours

Stargazing tours offered for casual visitors and house guests which provides an excellent introduction to the southern night sky from our dark sky site. Research grade telescope in rotating dome viewing planets, stars and galaxies.
Ferry landing

Mercury Bay

Whitianga and Mercury Bay offer an endless choice of pastime activities. Take a launch, fishing trip, or sea kayak, be fascinated by the amazing seascapes of our marine reserves or reflect in one of our museums on the heritage of a region first discovered by the two great navigators, Kupe and Cook. Mercury Bay is known for its endless marine experiences both on and under the water. From kayaking and fishing in and around the Mercury Islands to scenic boat trips in the Te Whanganui-A-Hei Marine Reserve, Whitianga and Mercury Bay have it all. And just to mention a few of our fabulous beaches: Buffalo Beach, Ferry Landing, Flaxmill Bay, Cooks Beach, Simpsons Beach, Kuaotunu, Otama, Opito, Whangapoua, Matarangi, Opoutere, New Chums Beach...
Cathderal Cove

Cathedral Cove

Accessible only on foot or by boat, famous Cathedral Cove is one of the must visit sites on The Coromandel. The track begins at the northern end of Hahei. There are several scenic tracks on land adjacent to the reserve, including the 2hr return walk to Cathedral Cove track, which gives access to Gemstone Bay, Mares Leg and Cathedral Cove. Foot access to the Cathedral Cove car park is at the western end of Hahei Beach and vehicle access is up Grange Road (turn left past shops and go all the way to end of Grange Road). Many Kiwis will be familiar with the spectacular coastal walk into Cathedral Cove, but perhaps the best way to explore the breathtaking coastline of the reserve is by kayak, water taxi or scenic boat cruise.
Hot Water Beach

Hot Water Beach

The stunning beach overlooks the Pacific Ocean and offshore Castle Rock, with Pohutukawa lined cliffs at either end of the beach.Two hours either side of low tide visitors flock to the usually deserted Hot Water Beach to find hot water bubbling through the golden sand. Families, kids and couples can been seen digging their own spa pool in the sand to lie back in and relax while the steam from their hot pool envelops them. With the ebb and flow of the tide each individually created hot pool is washed away clearing the way for the next influx of visitors. The beach also boasts some great surf, cruisy cafés and galleries and only a 5 minute drive to another Coromandel ‘must do’ – the walk into Cathedral Cove


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