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Peninsula Hot Springs

Peninsula Hot Springs is an award-winning natural hot springs and day spa destination on the Mornington Peninsula. Natural thermal mineral waters flow into the pools and private baths at this coastal oasis, providing an idyllic setting for relaxation and rejuvenation.

Peninsula Hot Springs offers many different packages perfect for groups of all sizes. All packages include access to our Bath House with over 70 experiences to choose from. These include thermal mineral spring pools, Turkish steam bath (Hamam), cave pool, hilltop pool offering 360 degree views of the region, underground sauna, reflexology walk, massaging thermal mineral showers, ice cave, open-air stage and wellness centre.

Reconnect with your team at the Peninsula Hot Spring’s Wellness Centre Boardroom and studio. The purpose built Wellness Centre offers a luxury conference space with the latest technology, with its own private entrance and access to various layouts that allow for 84 seated guests and up to 150 standing guests.

Located in our Bath House, the Moroccan Pavilion is perfect for those looking to host an event in a Moroccan inspired unique all-weather space suited to smaller meetings, workshops, and retreats for up to 50 guests. Surrounded by lawns and seated spaces to allow for outdoor events connected to nature.


  • Located in Fingal.
  • 90 minutes from Melbourne CBD.

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    140 Springs Lane
    Fingal Victoria 3939

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