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Ngawha Springs (Māori: Ngāwhā) is a small settlement approximately five kilometres east of the town of Kaikohe, Northland in New Zealand. These hot water springs reputedly have therapeutic, balneological properties for those who bathe in their waters, and is the source of the steam used at the Ngawha geothermal field's power station. The nearby Northland Region Corrections Facility is the only prison in Northland. The New Zealand Ministry for Culture and Heritage gives a translation of "the hot springs" for Ngāwhā.

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  • Ngawha Springs est une petite localité située dans la région du Northland dans l’Île du Nord de la Nouvelle-Zélande.
  • Ngawha Springs (Māori: Ngāwhā) is a small settlement approximately five kilometres east of the town of Kaikohe, Northland in New Zealand. These hot water springs reputedly have therapeutic, balneological properties for those who bathe in their waters, and is the source of the steam used at the Ngawha geothermal field's power station. The nearby Northland Region Corrections Facility is the only prison in Northland. The New Zealand Ministry for Culture and Heritage gives a translation of "the hot springs" for Ngāwhā.
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  • Ngawha Springs (Māori: Ngāwhā) is a small settlement approximately five kilometres east of the town of Kaikohe, Northland in New Zealand. These hot water springs reputedly have therapeutic, balneological properties for those who bathe in their waters, and is the source of the steam used at the Ngawha geothermal field's power station. The nearby Northland Region Corrections Facility is the only prison in Northland. The New Zealand Ministry for Culture and Heritage gives a translation of "the hot springs" for Ngāwhā. Ngāwhā Marae and its meeting house, E Koro Kia Tutuki, are a traditional meeting place for the local Ngāpuhi hapū of Ngāti Kiriahi, Ngāti Mau, Ngāti Rangi, Te Uri Hoatau and Te Uri Taniwha.
  • Ngawha Springs est une petite localité située dans la région du Northland dans l’Île du Nord de la Nouvelle-Zélande.
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