Created during the pandemic, Soakember, held on November 13 was designed to connect hot spring locations and bathing enthusiasts from around the world through a joint appreciation and celebration of the health benefits of geothermal and mineral bathing, hydrothermal therapies and nature-based wellness activities.
NAIDOC Week, which runs from 4-11 July is an opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Peninsula Hot Springs has launched our first Artist In Residence Program, created to support local musicians and artists from the Mornington Peninsula and surrounds. We are delighted to be hosting six leading Victorian contemporary music artists from a range of genres and cultural backgrounds to participate in a series of seven-day immersive experiences in a unique creative environment. Peninsula Hot Springs’ Artist In Residence Programs will welcome the first artist at the end of June and run throughout August and September 2021.