Peninsula Hot Springs unveils new Bath House Amphitheatre

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Internationally recognised wellness destination Peninsula Hot Springs is launching its biggest expansion to date, a new amphitheatre in the social Bath House. The facilities bring a new level of health, wellness, learning and cultural offerings to the Mornington Peninsula and cement the business’s position on the global health and wellness map.

Drawing on ancient and new therapies used across the world, Peninsula Hot Springs has tapped into the latest trends in healing for its expansion, with the inclusion of seven new hot spring pools, two cold plunge pools, an outdoor stage, food bowl, new café, wellness centre and cultural meeting space.

The new Bath House Amphitheatre also includes an Australian-first -10C Ice Cave, -25C Deep Freeze chamber and heated sauna experience known as Fire and Ice. The experience draws on the hot and cold therapy phenomenon, providing a unique well-being and healing experience for guests.

Positioned throughout the amphitheatre, seven new geothermal mineral spring pools have been designed to look out over the lake and stage area. Guests will be able to relax and take in the scenic surrounds or enjoy an array of entertainment on the new open air stage. Underwater speakers have been fitted into each pool for guests to enjoy the music and entertainment, even while floating in the healing waters. The selection of new pools includes an aquatherapy pool which will encourage guests to experience floating treatments.

Peninsula Hot Springs co-founder and CEO Charles Davidson explains that hot springs are fast being recognised in Australia as a means of healing, health and well-being.

“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,” Charles said.

“Visitors will experience even more diverse globally inspired experiences that have never been seen before in Australia and in some cases internationally.”

The Bath House Amphitheatre will open for World Wellness Weekend on September 22-23. Guests can experience an array of activities and experiences over the weekend with the ‘wellness journey and bathe’ experience. From yoga and Pilates classes to sound bathing meditation; body clay workshops to forest bathing walks; tea ceremonies to Fire & Ice workshops, the weekend promises to be a mindful and immersive journey through wellness and its various aspects.

For more information and to book, visit peninsulahotsprings.com. Bookings are essential.