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Mornington Peninsula Hot Springs & Bathing Boxes

  • Duration: 9h 30mins
  • Admission to the attractions
  • Transportation
  • English-speaking guide
  • All entry fees
  • Murrays Lookout
  • Towel
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About: Peninsula Hot Springs

The Mornington Peninsula Hot Springs are home to mineral-laden water and lush, leafy surroundings, and it's just a 90-minute journey from central Melbourne. All sorts of spa options are available, with the highlight being a hilltop pool boasting panoramic views of the peninsula. It's one of the most impressive bathing experiences in Australia!

Peninsula Hot Springs
140 Springs Ln, 3939, Fingal
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