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4.7 / 5

based on 19 reviews

Our guide was Anna - she was very friendly and personable. The hot springs facility was fun, we stayed there for 4 hours - got into various pools and temperatures, including cold plunge pools. We found a shady lounge area and took a nap for an hour. The cafe has great food options and smoothies. Lots of healthy floods. We stopped at Karamana beach to look at bathing boxes - it was a hot day so the beach was very crowded. Pretty beach… all in all, it was a fun day! We enjoyed Anna and the tour.

If you don't have your own car it's easiest and most relaxed way to enjoy the springs. Going as a tour you also skip the queue for entry. The springs itself were in a lovely setting with a good variety of dip pool to use and going during daytime meant it wasn't too crowded, at most I was sharing with 4 other people at a time. Towel, robe and locker hire is extra as stated. If you want all x3 you can do a bundle for $25 but I just brought my own towel and did the locker for $8.

Great overall experience from purchasing tickets & tour. Bus driver / tour guide Simon was knowledgeable and helpful.

Excellent service from Simon and a very relaxing experience at the hot springs! Was well worth the $150 dollars.

Small group and covering major experiences of Mornington Peninsularwell. Most enjoyable time !!