Hot springs in New Zealand
The highest concentration of such springs is in the Central Plateau region of the North Island, in the Taupo Volcanic Zone. The area of Whakarewarewa near Rotorua is also known as Waiariki due to the abundance of geothermal features in the area.
Hot springs of New Zealand
This is an incomplete list and does not include the less notable or popular locations.
- Mount Ruapehu
- Ketetahi Springs
- Ngawha Springs
- Parakai, Helensville
- Waiwera, near Orewa
- Matamata (Crystal Hot springs)
- Te Aroha
- Taupo (Craters of the Moon, De Bretts)
- Waihi Village, Tokaanu, and Motuoapa near Turangi
- Mount Maunganui
- Whakatane (Awakeri springs)
- Hot Water Beach (Hahei)
- Te Puia Springs (Gisborne region) - for Kāwhia springs of same name see above.
- Waingaro ( 37°41'32.36"S 174°59'58.50"E )
- Whitianga (The Lost Spring)
- Hanmer Springs
- Hurunui River
- Maruia Springs, Maruia River
- Otehake River
- Welcome Flat, Copland River
- Wanganui River
- Jackson, Sally (2001). Hot springs of New Zealand. Reed. ISBN 0-7900-1097-6.
- list of hot pools, temperatures, flow rates, etc. in Geothermal Resources In New Zealand An Overview: Trevor M. Hunt, Wairakei Research Centre, Institute of Geological & Nuclear Sciences Ltd 1998 
- geology of Naike hot springs, Waikato