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Waterworld

Easily accessed off Te Rapa Road, Waterworld is a multi-pool facility and the largest swimming complex in the Waikato region.

Opened in October 1976, and originally named “Te Rapa Pools”, Waterworld is an expansive leisure facility surrounded by grassy areas where you and your friends or family can enjoy a picnic and beverages when you’re not swimming in our pools or enjoying the thrill of our hydroslides.

Our complex comprises six pools

50-metre pool (normally set up as 2 x 25-metre pools unless private booking requests full 50-metre length) – eight lanes, ideal for length swimmers, competitive swimmers and for water sports.

25-metre pool – suits smaller children or parents/caregivers who wish to swim with young sons and daughters, it’s also the main pool used for our Learn to Swim sessions.

Dive pool – significantly deeper than our other pools, this pool suits some water sports and either competitive or recreational diving from our range of platforms.

Toddlers pool – a small shallow pool suitable for infants and small children.

Lido pool – our large outdoor pool, open primarily during the summer, and an ideal location for families to cool down and relax during the hot weather.

Hydrotherapy Pool – a pool with warmer water temperature than our others, and designed to make exercise and recovery easier for people with health problems or rehabilitating from injuries.

We also offer a range of other attractions and services

Educare – a recently refurbished childcare facility staffed by experienced trained childcare professionals.

Learn to Swim – swimming and water safety tuition for people of any age.

Club Aqua – a fully equipped gym facility where our team can help you achieve your fitness and well-being goals.

Spacious outdoor area – complete with grassy banks for a picnic, barbecues and a children’s playground.

Notices

  • Parent and Baby Swimming

    11 Feb 2017

    Babies have an affinity with water. It is great or their Physical and mental health and will improve co-ordination and balance. Swimming also promotes skin-to-skin bonding and teaches water safety.