For 30 years, the glorious voices of Vika and Linda Bull have comprised one of the most distinctive, versatile and emotionally charged sounds on the Australian music landscape. Since their multiplatinum conquest of pop radio with the Black Sorrows in the late 1980s, the sisters have forged diverse pathways into soul, gospel, blues, country and the island music of their Tongan ancestry.
Peninsula Hot Springs creates a space where you can connect with yourself, each other and nature. On 21st and 22nd September the hot springs will be celebrating World Wellness Weekend, guests will be able to immerse themselves in a program of unique activities, events and experience which will enhance your bathing journey. Guests will be able to choose from regular wellness activities as well as participating in complimentary experiences.
29 July 2019, 7:30 AM to 20 September 2019, 10:00 PMDo you have a friend who could really use a relaxing soak in the springs?Mental health is a cause close to our hearts at the springs, which is why we ...
Be guided through the bushland surrounding Peninsula Hot Springs to discover local bush tucker and bush medicine. Pause at viewing points to hear about the cultural significance and Dreamtime stories of local landmarks. The journey concludes in our Cultural Meeting Space, designed in collaboration with Aboriginal Elders, where you will experience an unforgettable didgeridoo meditation.
Each Thursday night, Bath House guests can watch a free performance from a line-up of local musicians between 6.00pm and 8.00pm on our purpose-built stage. It's the perfect opportunity to indulge in a delicious snack or gourmet wood-fire pizza while enjoying some relaxed tunes, and then bathe under a night sky.
12 June 2017 to 31 August 2017From Price: $150.00Unwind from your busy day and enjoy a mid-week escape to reconnect with nature. Enjoy the serenity and tranquility of bathing in the Spa Dreaming Centre...
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 is a place on the Mornington Peninsula where its waters have been likened to a healing centre, a place of calm and contemplation, where the difficulties of living can be alleviated or resolved and the associated ailments of the body can be provided with relief. It’s safe to say that its one of our favourite spots and know to many others as the Peninsula Hot Springs.