See Dan Vitalis  HERE on video. He is the man who established the world wide - 'FIND A SPRING' web site. That web site now has the location of over 1,000 springs worldwide, but only about 5 of them (including our spring) are shown there as being in New Zealand (NZ).

To view more about NZ springs and their locations we refer readers to a NZ scientific study, which is on this web site:

The full study included on the above web site can be seen and read by clicking HERE        

This NZ report has identified 527 springs NZ wide (including our spring) and also another 1400 to 1500 springs in the Environment Canterbury database (this Canterbury Region being the only one to have itself built up a comprehensive regional alluvial spring data base.

Our spring is one example of many --- although we are biased, in suggesting our spring seems to be one created by earth in a manner where it seems to tick all boxes about what one might seek in an everyday superb quality drinking water. 

We encourage people to try to source their drinking water from a quality spring, but caution readers that not all springs are alike.  Not all springs are created equal --- but most springs provide a higher quality drinking water than water sourced from a bore, rain, a river or a city tap.

Here is a map of New Zealand's north island with some springs depicted on it.

 Here is a map of New Zealand's south island with some springs depicted on it.

“In an age when man has forgotten his origins and is blind even to his most essential needs for survival,
water along with other resources has become the victim of his indifference.”
— Rachel Carson