Peninsula Hot Springs has grown to become one of the most recognized tourism products in the State and a leader in health and wellbeing tourism. The thermal spring water found at the Peninsula Hot Springs contains naturally occurring minerals including sulphur, calcium, magnesium and potassium.

There are more than 30 bathing experiences at the springs including a Hill Top pool, reflexology walk, Turkish steam room (Hamam), saunas, a cave pool, family bathing area and many more. There is also a Spa Dreaming centre dedicated to providing spa treatments and a tranquil bathing experience for guests 16 years and older. The thermal spring water contains naturally occurring minerals including sulphur, calcium, magnesium and potassium with therapeutic benefits that include the alleviation of bruising, rheumatism, stiffness of shoulders, recovery from fatigue and muscular complaints. Summer for the team behind the Peninsula Hot Springs is about inspiring people to visit in the evenings when the weather is a little cooler. Whilst they do cool the pools down over Summer, they believe night time is the best time to visit as it is cooler and most of the other activities, wineries, farm gates and other experiences within the Mornington Peninsula have closed for the day.

New for 2017! For centuries, muds and clays have been an essential part of healing and connecting for civilisations across the world. From Cleopatra to Aboriginal communities, clay has been recognised and incorporated into so many health giving and ceremonial practices. With this in mind, Peninsula Hot Springs has established an exciting new area amongst beautiful coastland called Clay Ridge. Here you and your friends can indulge by applying a collection of Australian Earth Clays with amazing natural colours and energy-giving minerals that will definitely bring joy to you and your skin. 

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