Peninsula Hot Springs

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Peninsula Hot Springs - girls enjoying reflexology walk

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140 Springs Lane
Fingal VIC 3939
Australia
Phone: 03 5950 5777
Fax: 03 5950 8705

Real Hot Springs – Real Nature – Relaxation

atural Hot Mineral Springs have been found deep underground on Melbourne's Mornington Peninsula. The 50ºC waters rich in healing minerals are now flowing to the surface and into the thermal pools at the new Peninsula Hot Springs.

For the first time in Victoria it is possible to bathe in the naturally healing waters of mineral rich thermal pools. Like the historic and famous spa centres of Europe, Asia, the Americas and New Zealand, the natural hot springs on the Mornington Peninsula bring the blissful and healthy pleasure of '“taking the waters' to the people.

.. lakeside bubble spa couches, cave pool, Turkish steam bath, moon viewing pools, underground sauna, foot and hand baths, a reflexology walk, children's bathing zone, hydrotherapy pools, and a hill top pool with spectacular 360 degree views ... these are just some of the 35 new bathing experiences to be unveiled at Peninsula Hot Springs on December 3 2010.

Ideas and designs are drawn from research missions to 16 countries over the past 18 years.

The Bath House enables Peninsula Hot Springs to offer a social, family area alongside but separate to the tranquil spaces of its Spa Dreaming Centre. The Bathing Centre embraces the traditions of many nations to create springs as a social and community hub.

Before entering the change rooms, visitors to the new facility are welcomed with a series of hand and foot baths, massage chairs, a wellbeing audio education area and a sleeping relaxation zone. Those shy about putting on a bathing costume can simply take off their shoes and socks and dip their toes in the water to experience a taste of relaxation spa lovers have been enjoying for thousands of years.

The original building, now called the Spa Dreaming Centre, will now provide a separate, tranquil and private escape with many hot mineral pools and baths, a steam infusion room, massage and spa treatment rooms and many quiet relaxation spaces. Services include a full range of treatments, from Kodo full body massages to facials, mud treatments, foot and hand treatments and ancient healing stone therapy. This centre has its own kitchen, separate to the new Bath House Kiosk, with spa cuisine designed by renowned chef Andrew Blake available for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

 

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  • Melbourne Surrounds
  • Mornington Peninsula

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