More space to explore…
The last six months have seen an incredible progression in the story of Peninsula Hot Springs with the unveiling of our biggest expansion to date. Our new Amphitheatre means we now have literally more space to explore than ever. There is more space to unwind. More space to connect. More space to breathe.
We’re delighted to see our guests enjoying the terraced geothermal pools of the Amphitheatre; lounging in our 30-person saunas; picnicking on our expansive lawns; relaxing in hammocks beneath the trees; indulging in a deliciously healthy menu at our newest cafe; and ambling along roaming stone paths that lead through our native vegetation.
We’re finding that rather than simply stopping by for a soak in our pools, guests are now making a day of their visit to Peninsula Hot Springs. And why wouldn’t they? With so many opportunities for both restoration and discovery, our Amphitheatre space presents a whole new world to explore.
Here’s what to expect.
seven new hot spring pools
Located within the Bath House Amphitheatre are seven new pools, each fitted with underwater speakers. Guests can experience performances from the comfort of a hot spring, and also float on their back while soaking up the sonic vibrations.
The stage is currently being used for hot spring yoga classes, which are free with entry.
In the future, expect to see a range of arts and entertainment experiences including musical acts and live performances. In the future, expect to see cultural talks, yoga and wellbeing classes, theatrical and projection performances from the comfort of the hot geothermal pools.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 is set at a chilly 4 degrees Celsius and sees snow falling from the ceiling, while more daring guests can venture into the 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.
For a full Fire and Ice experience — including a plunge into our 4-degree ice plunge pool — book into a Fire, Ice and Bathe package.
Our newest dining area serves up a variety of internationally-inspired dishes from seasonal, local, organic and whole (s.l.o.w.) food, harvested, where possible, directly from our own Food Bowl. Think vegan Pad Thai, dumplings, Poke bowls, curry, fresh calamari and raw treats.
*The Amphitheatre cafe is currently open on weekends only.
Designed as an indoor wellness studio to complement our outdoor wellness activities, we’re currently holding mat yoga and Pilates classes in this space. As of April 22, we’ll be expanding our offering to also include aerial yoga and reformer Pilates. You can book here.
new change rooms
Made from rammed earth and bespoke woodwork, our spacious new change rooms have a warm and organic feel.
*Please note that due to capacity or maintenance requirements, there may be times when certain experiences or facilities are temporarily unavailable. We do our best to ensure minimal disruption to guests during these times. Please refer to our list of planned maintenance for more information.
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