Get outdoors, enjoy the Huka falls to Taupo walk to the Geothermal Spa Park. The Park is a place with something for everyone, from a cafe, a mountain bike trail to disc golf course. Family fun guaranteed. Relax while the kids hang out in the play area.
Something is done right. Lil Cafes are now found at Taupo Airport. The hospitality hotspot is a local favourite with a selection of counter nibbles, drinks and refreshments. Great fruit smoothies and ice-cream are an ideal combo for an exploration of Otumuheke stream hot pools.
From Taupo town you can ride all the way to Huka Falls (and on to Aratiatia Dam), following the course of the Waikato River along the Huka Falls Rotary Ride. Highlights include some of the best viewing points of the aquamarine waters of the Waikato River, fun winding singletrack, Huka Falls, stunning native bush sections, river access at various points, Aratiatia Dam, geothermal streams, native punga tree groves, and a stand of giant Redwood trees … read more Ride, cycle and bike Lake Taupo
Taupo Geothermal Spa Park Taupo disc golf course
Holiday spirit is ignited as you try your hand at Disc Golf. There are two courses, the blue 9-hole course for family fun or challenge yourself on the world-class Red 18-hole course.
Check out Taupo Disc Golf Club for upcoming DISC GOLF events in Taupo.
Want to hire a disc golf check out Disc Shop Depot @ Taupō Bungy location 202 Spa Road, Taupō 3330, New Zealand.
Spa Thermal Park to Huka Falls walk.
Walk along the banks of the Waikato River from the hot springs in Spa Thermal Park to the spectacular Huka Falls. Your pooch is very welcome (on a leash).
For more family friendly things to do in Taupo check out:
Family friendly Taupo activities
- 6 Taupo family friendly outdoors places to visit, nature explored – Best Bits
- Taupo things to do for free – Best Bits
- Taupo Museum
- 38 places for a great selfie shot in Taupo, New Zealand
Check out the Taupo travel guide, an ultimate list of the best bits Taupo has to offer visitors.
BEST BITS TRAVEL GUIDE
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