Peninsula Hot Springs which opened on Victorias

first_imgPeninsula Hot Springs, which opened on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula in 2005, has opened its highly anticipated, $13 million Bath House Amphitheatre.The award-winning wellness destination anticipates that up to 750,000 annual visitors can be expected as a result of the opening of this latest drawcard – which includes Australia’s first -10°C ice cave, -25°C deep freeze and sauna experience, known as ‘Fire and Ice’, that draws on the hot and cold therapy phenomenon, providing a unique wellbeing and healing experience for guests.“Across the world hot springs have offered wellness experiences that provide lasting physical and mental health benefits. Our new Bath House Amphitheatre will not only build on our current bathing offering but will also provide guests with a means to refresh and rejuvenate their mind, body and soul allowing them to reconnect with nature and the community,” said Co-Founder and CEO of Peninsula Hot Springs, Charles Davidson.“We have expanded to allow for additional guests to visit the hot springs and to ensure each visitor will experience even more diverse globally inspired experiences that have never been seen beforein Australia and in some cases internationally.”The expansion also includes seven new hot spring pools, two cold plunge pools, an outdoor stage, food bowl, new café, wellness centre and cultural meeting spaces.The unveiling of the new amphitheatre area enables the commencement of Peninsula Hot Springs’ future onsite accommodation facilities with glamping and 126 rooms of accommodation available within three years. Private lodges will be suitable for couples and groups of up to 14, as well as larger condominiums with double rooms and capacity for 30 people. Mornington PeninsulaPeninsula Hot SpringsVictoriawellnesslast_img

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