There's nothing like a cool dip or a fun splash in a swimming pool.
If you are looking for exercise or recreation, the Dave Hume Swimming Pools in Katikati and Te Puke Memorial Swimming Pool can cater for you.
Dave Hume swimming pool
The Dave Hume Pool caters for general public swimming, swimming by various local schools, swimming lessons and coaching by independent coaches, the Katikati Amateur Swim Club and Katikati Masters.
For further information relating to Dave Hume Swimming Pool, please visit their website.
Te Puke Memorial pool
The Te Puke Memorial pool is located at Te Puke High School on the corner of Tui Street and Beatty Avenue, accessible through the pool entrance on Tui Street.
The pool swim season is from late spring to early Autumn, coinciding with the beginning of school term 4 and the end of school term 1 (Easter) of any given year. The pool is not open over the cooler months.
This facility includes:
- a main pool (33 metres long and 7 swim lanes)
- a dive pool (4 metres deep); and
- a learner/toddlers pool.
The pool is under the management of Council and bookings for special events can be made directly with pool manager Cathy Shaw on 021 023 36073 or by email email@example.com.
|Child||5yrs & Under||$1-50|
|Child||6yrs to 14yrs||$3-00|
|Adult||15yrs to 64yrs||$4-50|
Admission fees are payable by cash or EFTPOS.
Children under 15yrs must be supervised
Public hours (during school term)
|Monday to Friday Mornings||6am to 8.30am|
|Monday to Thursday Afternoons||3.30pm to 5pm|
|Friday Afternoon||3.30pm to 5.30pm|
|Saturday||10am to 5pm|
|Sunday||11am to 5.pm|
School holiday opening hours
|Monday to Friday||6am to 8am|
|Monday to Saturday||10am to 5pm|
|Sunday||11am to 5pm|
Public holiday opening hours
Public Holidays (Excluding Christmas and New Years Day)
|10am to 3pm|
|Christmas and New Years Day||CLOSED|
Water Safety New Zealand's under-fives water safety ambassador Ameliaranne Ekenasio features in a new campaign of three videos to emphasise the message that constant supervision saves lives of our tamariki.
The videos are designed to remind parents and guardians that accidents can happen in seconds and to encourage people to hop in the water and have fun with their kids when they're at the pool.
For more information relating to Water Safety New Zealand, please visit their website.