Peninsula Hot Springs

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Ph: 03 5950 8777

140 Springs Ln
Fingal, 3939 VIC
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Opening Hours

SUN 7:00am - 10:00pm
MON 7:00am - 10:00pm
TUE 7:00am - 10:00pm
WED 7:00am - 10:00pm
THU 7:00am - 10:00pm
FRI 7:00am - 10:00pm
SAT 7:00am - 10:00pm

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A woman bathing at the Peninsula Hot Springs in the Mornington Peninsula in 2023.

THE VERDICT

Nestled among the coastal tea-trees of Fingal and only 90 minutes from Melbourne, Peninsula Hot Springs has remained a key attraction on the Mornington Peninsula for good reason. The award winning natural hot springs, thermal springs, and their relaxing facilities make it an obvious choice for a visit in 2023, any time of year, at one of Victoria's ultimate wellness destinations. 

On the bathing front at this coastal oasis you’ll be spoiled for choice with over 50 different bathing experiences in a variety of tranquil settings at these Mornington Peninsula Hot Springs. Let the mineral-packed natural geothermal spring water rejuvenate your weary bones in the Bath House with friends, or move up into the Spa Dreaming Centre for a more peaceful and intimate experience with your one and only in a mineral bath. Yep, we're talking private bathing. 

At the Peninsula Hot Springs, there are plenty of bathing experiences and packages to get you soaking and steaming the way you like. Those wanting an express visit can opt for a budget-friendly 60 minute package, which gives access to geothermal bathing; while the Reset package offers up access to 70 bathing and wellness experiences across the property for anyone looking to treat themselves at some of the best hot springs in Victoria.

If you want more than just a dip in the water and a massage or facial is for you—then you’re in luck with a wide range of professional therapists on hand. Make sure you check out the onsite cafes or pack a picnic and set up under an umbrella in the picnic gardens.

Several years back, these Mornington Peninsula hot springs went through a $13 million dollar expansion, adding pools and private baths, and brand new wellness experiences. The open-air Bath House Amphitheatre is now home to seven new hot spring pools, two cold plunges, two supersized saunas, an ice cave, deep freeze and a new cafe.

The Fire and Ice experience is a must try—hop between two super-sized saunas and the minus 25-degree deep freeze, minus 4-degree ice cave and ice cold plunge pool before sliding into the soothing 34-degree hot springs.

A brand new wellness centre has also been added into the mix offering spa treatment, movement classes covering off yoga and pilates; body clay rituals where you can experience the healing powers of raw earth and water; hot spring yoga, and a nourish workshop exploring the importance of local produce and healthy eating. 

There are several dining options on-site at Peninsula Hot Springs, including a casual cafe at their bathhouse, serving up coffee and light meals.

Meanwhile at the Spa Dreaming Centre restaurant. you'll find a stunning vista overlooking the hot springs and chef-prepared meals to match. It's also fully licensed for anyone who has a penchant for a post-bathing tipple. 

Those who truly want to lean into the Peninsula Hot Springs experience can opt for an overnight stay in the glamping tents. And the best part? The baths are open late for you to soak at night should you want to take a stroll in the evening hours and indulge in moonlit bathing.

Whatever time you choose to bathe in the restorative mineral waters of Peninsula Hot Springs, just make sure you head up to the hilltop pool, which serves up 360-degree views of the region's natural surrounds. 

Find all the details here and start planning your relaxing escape from the city.

Take a look at the best hot springs Melbourne has to offer here. And learn about Peninsula Hot Springs second Victorian location here.

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