With a long list of places to visit on the Mornington Peninsula, you might want to take the whole family on a hot spring day out. This article walks you through the planning process.
Mornington Peninsula Hot Springs
Planning an afternoon or evening out with the family and looking for something fun to do? Why not consider a Mornington peninsula hot spring tour. Here are some of the best options for getting active, soaking in some natural thermal pools, and enjoying some delicious local food.
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If you're looking for a small-scale experience, head to Mullison's Spring located in Bentleigh. The pool is only 4.5 meters deep and has a sandy bottom perfect for swimming and playing in the water. Mullison's also offers a range of treatments, including massages and scrubs.
If you're feeling a little more adventurous, head to The Pool at Birregurra which is said to be one of Australia's largest thermal springs and is open to the public 24/7. There's plenty of room to relax in the bubbling pool while your kids splash around or take a dip.
For something more interactive, try Thermal Resort Whittlesea which offers more than 20 hot springs baths and pools ranging in temperature from 25°C to 40°C. There's even a kids' pool with a built-in water slide! And if you're looking for some delicious local food while you're on your hot.