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Mornington Peninsula: Hot Springs and Body Clay Ritual

1. Mornington Peninsula: Hot Springs and Body Clay Ritual

A natural hot spring, day spa, and wellness destination located on the Mornington Peninsula, 90 minutes from Melbourne. Natural geothermal mineral waters flow into the pools and private baths at our coastal oasis, providing an idyllic setting for relaxation and rejuvenation. The Bath House is a social bathing experience like no other. Explore over 70 globally inspired bathing experiences including thermal mineral spring pools, Turkish steam bath (Hammam), cave pool, hilltop pool offering 360-degree views of the region, underground sauna, reflexology walk, massaging thermal mineral showers, lakeside pool, and naturally landscaped bathing gully. Bath House Bathing is available 5 am – 11 pm The body clay ritual invites you to let go of your inhibitions and find a sense of play. Set within the handcrafted Clay Ridge landscape, this 45-minute experience combines the healing powers of raw earth and water and is perfect to share with friends and family. The Wellness Team has carefully selected a series of detoxifying clays from around Australia based on their unique therapeutic benefits, and knowledgeable and entertaining hosts will share stories about these benefits as you enjoy a simple and universal connection with nature. 45 minutes | 20 per class Daily Availability: 10.30am, 1.00pm, 3.00pm

Mornington Peninsula: Enchanted Adventure General Admission

2. Mornington Peninsula: Enchanted Adventure General Admission

Experience a day out at Enchanted Adventure with this entry ticket. Pack a picnic and visit all of the mazes, themed gardens, brainteaser puzzles, and thrilling Tube Slides. Enjoy all-day access to all of the ground-based adventure activities across the 25-acre park including the sculptures and boardwalks, which surround the Enchanted Lake. Visit the Canopy Walk, made up of multiple gently swinging bridges suspended amongst the treetops, and take in the panoramic views. Visit the Sky Scramble, an aerial playground. Scramble through the cargo nets, clamber over the Tibetan bridge, take a bounce in the ball pit and test your nerves on the wobbly wooden bridges – suitable for children under 135 cm only. For smaller guests, enjoy the miniature Bush Scramble in the same area. Slide down the epic Tube Slides and have 5 to choose from — 1 big twister, 3 straight slides, and 1 designed for little kids only. Relax and soak up the hinterland views at one of the picnic tables below whilst watching the fun on the slopes unfold.

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This being my third time I have visited I was not disappointed. They have added alot more things like glamping, night bathing and more areas to relax(eg lay in a hammock)If you've never been your missing out on a full day of relaxation. I suffer from tendinitis and mild arthritis and I always come away feeling no pain.

Wonderful experience. So relaxing and really helped my arthritis