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This area is a must do if you are in the Golden Bay Area. Good parking leads to information boards explaining the history of The Springs & how Te Waikoropupu has the clearest water in the world & is the largest Springs in NZ. We...More
easy to find and good parking ,with clean toilets.
A nice display on local history etc, and a wonderful forest/nature walk before the pools are revealed.An easy walk, for all ages, on a good path.
An absolutely beautiful place , with a special atmosphere that...More
This is an attraction that takes about an hour. A good one to combine with several other if visiting Takaka. The path to the springs goes through a sub- tropical forest over several bridges. Really is a nice family walk. The path can be used...More
Definitely worthwhile half-day (or less) excursion if you're in Golden Bay. Free, ample parking, and informational display without being too "built-up". No one selling T-shirts. We went counterclockwise straight to the springs because we had a toddler, were on our way out of Golden Bay,...More
Located just outside Takaka, Te Waikoropupu is easy to find.
It's a short walk on a well maintained track to the Springs.
Sadly low rainfall means some of the small water ways have mostly dried up.
The Springs are full of clear clean water.
We first visited the springs in 1969 (on our Honeymoon) and were so pleased to return after 50 years. The nice thing about our second visit was that it was just the same peaceful place we remembered all those years ago. As Kiwis we congratulate...More
This is really beautiful and stunning place. Never seen such a clear water. Getting there by car is really exhausting ( lot of winding roads ), but it's totally worth it. If you don't want to make the whole loop track ( ~ 45 mins...More