how to spend the Australia Day long weekend at the springs

With an extra day to play and explore, we’ve put together our top experiences for you to discover this Australia Day long weekend. Take time to connect in our social Bath House, open 7am – 10pm daily. If you’re seeking a more tranquil experience, journey into our Spa Dreaming Centre, open 8am – 9pm to guests 16 years and older, and enhance your experience with a treatment, dining or private bathing experience.

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dine with us

We’ve created a few playful menu items for the Australia Day long weekend. Try a new twist on a classic with our limited edition cheese and Vegemite croissants in our Bath House Café or a s.l.o.w (seasonal, local, organic, whole) dish in our Spa Dreaming Centre or Amphitheatre Cafés.

make time for pampering

Surrender your body to complete relaxation with our signature spa treatments and balancing therapies honouring global traditions. Cleanse, refresh, restore and balance your body through medium pressured relaxation massages, facials and body treatments. Reserved for guests 16 years and above.

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live music at the springs

See our performance spaces come to life as we present two unique artists, on our two stages this Australia Day long weekend. Both performances are complimentary with Bath House bathing.


SoLar live on the Bath House Café stage

Sunday 26th January from 2pm – 5pm

SoLar is a multi-dimensional singer-songwriter originally from Melbourne currently based on the Sunshine Coast. Her strong passion for world music and diverse cultures has given Solar her signature style and sound, which blends European and Middle Eastern influences along with Soul & Blues. Solar takes her listeners on a journey around the world with her distinctive sounds and vocal expression.


Tenzin Choegyal (Tibet) live on the Amphitheatre stage

Monday 27th January from 7:30pm – 8:30pm

Tenzin Choegyal is a Tibetan artist, composer, activist, musical director and cultural ambassador. Born to a family of Tibetan nomads, Tenzin Choegyal was forced into exile in India as his family fled the repression in Tibet. As a child, Tenzin would listen to his mother singing in the nomadic style and he attributes much of his passion for that genre to her early influence. Tenzin channels the wisdom and traditions of his ancestors through his songs. Over the years, Tenzin has a successful international career as a musician, playing at such prestigious events as WOMAD as well as several Concerts for Tibet House at Carnegie Hall, New York. He will be performing onsite with a trio Including Taro Terahara and Ayako Ikeda.

reinvigorate with fire and ice

Awaken your senses and discover the benefits of hot and cold therapy through our guided Fire and Ice experience. This contrast therapy can reduce inflammation, boost circulation and relieve muscular aches and pains through the flow between our hot sauna, cold pool, ice plunge and geothermal hot springs.

refresh with Body Clay

Combining the healing powers of raw earth and geothermal hot springs, our Body clay workshop is the perfect experience to share with friends and family throughout the long weekend. Learn about the individual benefits of our detoxifying Australian earth clays as you’re guided by our knowledgeable hosts.


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