The facilities also include a 15-metre learn-to-swim pool, a covered children's pool with grassed area, play equipment and plenty of shade beneath trees.
The Cambridge Swimming Club has been helping people learn to swim since 1897 - one of the oldest sports clubs in the area - and it caters for everyone from beginners to those who want to become competitive swimmers.
The nearest indoor heated public pool is at Te Awamutu (26km and 29 minutes' drive from Cambridge). The Livingstone Aquatics Centre is part of the Trust Waikato Te Awamutu Events Centre, on the corner of Mahoe St and Selwyn Lane, and includes a 25-metre lane pool, a therapy pool, a pool for toddlers, a hydro slide and spa/sauna. It's open seven days a week, including public holidays.
Both the Cambridge and Te Awamutu pools are operated by the Waipa District Council.
For those who enjoy freshwater swimming, Lake Karapiro is used by recreational and competitive swimmers alike. The annual Swim Karapiro event in December stages races for kids, and competitive events from 750 metres to 5,000 metres for adults, many of whom are half or full ironman competitors or triathletes.
If your preference is a dip in the sea, the nearest beaches are little more than an hour from Cambridge. You can head west for the surf of Raglan (68km, 1 hour 4 mins) or go east to experience the family-friendly beaches of Mt Maunganui (87km, 1 hour 16 mins) and nearby Papamoa.
Covering the major towns of Te Awamutu and Cambridge and the smaller settlements of Temple View, Ohaupo, Pirongia and Kihikihi.
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