Waiwera Beach: The hot water beach you have to visit during your English course in Auckland

Waiwera Beach: The hot water beach you have to visit during your English course in Auckland

Waiwera Beach, in Auckland, is one of the most beautiful beaches in New Zealand. Only 35 km from the Auckland City centre, Waiwera Beach is relatively small but one of the most beautiful and well-known beaches in New Zealand. It’s famous for the hot springs and water rich in minerals, which is good for your health The water bubbles out of the ground at a constant temperature of 52 degrees Celsius.

Waiwera river

Waiwera is also the name of the river that feeds the springs. It is also the name of the first bottled water in the southern hemisphere and the oldest mineral water brand in New Zealand.

According to studies, the water is between 10,000 and 15,600 years old, which makes it one of the oldest mineral waters in the world. Many seabirds, such as the seagulls,  are found due to the great amount of food in the water.
Auckland is the largest urban area in New Zealand, and it is ranked third on the Quality of Living Survey, making it one of the best places to live and study.

It is located on the North Island and has a mild climate, with great cultural diversity. Due to the English settlers, Europeans descendants make up the majority of Auckland’s population, but it also has many Polish communities and lots of Asians as well. The mixture makes for great variety in food.

Languages International, the oldest language school in New Zealand, is located only 45 minutes’ drive to Waiwera beach.
It’s a family-owned school with a passion for their students and for New Zealand. They offer high quality English language courses and also amazing after class activities and weekend excursions. When you are studying English here, you will also have the opportunity to enjoy some extreme sports, like bungee jumping!

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