Bath House Amphitheatre to launch in September
This year marks an incredible progression in the story of Peninsula Hot Springs as we unveil our biggest expansion to date. September marks the official launch of our new Bath House Amphitheatre and a host of cutting-edge facilities designed to further our wellbeing offerings and take guests on a unique wellness journey. These areas can be enjoyed by our Bath House guests, or soon the Bath House Amphitheatre will be the ultimate event space, available for private hire.
Here’s a sneak preview of what’s in store.
seven new hot spring pools
Located within the Bath House Amphitheatre are seven new pools, each fitted with underwater speakers. Guests will be able to experience performances from the comfort of a hot spring, and also float on their back while soaking up the sonic vibrations.
Expect to see a range of arts and entertainment experiences including musical acts, cultural talks, yoga and wellbeing classes happening on our new Amphitheatre stage, located in our Bath House. This unique performance area looks out onto an expansive grassed area dotted with geothermal pools.
fire and ice experience
Hot and cold therapy is a wellness phenomenon that’s taking over the world.
The ‘fire’ aspect of this experience comprises two new 30-person saunas designed to help sweat out toxins, improve cardiovascular performance and sleep quality, cleanse skin, burn calories and boost immunity.
The ‘ice’ component is based on the increasingly-popular practice of cryotherapy and includes an Ice Cave, Deep Freeze and cold plunge pools. The Ice Cave will be set at a chilly 4 degrees Celsius and see snow falling from the ceiling, while more daring guests can venture into the minus 25 degrees Celsius Deep Freeze for deeper cryotherapeutic benefits. Cryotherapy has been shown to reduce inflammation, optimise brain function, improve sleep quality, increase metabolism and boost collagen production.
Our three-acre food terraces are currently in the first stage and already providing fresh, organic produce to our Bath House and Spa Dreaming Centre cafes. So far we have planted pumpkins, tomatoes, eggplants and several varieties of lettuce, while the future will see us growing teas and medicinal plants for retail sale. When complete, the food bowl will include a thermal glasshouse and underground mushroom cave.
The focus of our newest dining precinct will be on creating a variety of internationally inspired dishes from seasonal, local, organic and whole (s.l.o.w.) food, harvested directly from our own Food Bowl.
Designed as an indoor wellness studio to complement our outdoor wellness activities, this space will host meetings and functions as well as a variety of wellbeing activities such as yoga, tai chi, meditation, massage, and health and wellness talks.
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