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You Can Now Go Glamping At Victoria’s Peninsula Hot Springs, So Prepare To Feel Fancy

You Can Now Go Glamping At Victoria’s Peninsula Hot Springs, So Prepare To Feel Fancy

If you’ve never been to Peninsula Hot Springs in Victoria‘s Mornington Peninsula, then you’ve been doing life wrong.

One of the best natural hot springs in the world, not only are the surroundings an A+, there are over 20 ways to chill out — from thermal mineral pools and private outdoor baths, to an underground sauna and steam baths, to an actual cave pools. I’ve been in it and trust me, it’s a good time.

Now that lockdown has ended, and even Queensland is about to open their border to Victoria, it’s the perfect time for a little luxe getaway. Especially now you can stay over night in the Peninsula Hot Springs’ new glamping accomodation from December 1.

Think about it, spending your days wandering between hot springs and the onsite spa. Then living it up at night in your fancy tent. What a dream.

Your overnight booking opens up a range of new experiences day trippers won’t have access to, as well. Like guided yoga in the mornings, a restorative Fire & Ice therapy session, ooh and my personal favourite (always, a continental breakfast served in your room​. And access to all the thermal pools, of course.

Prices start from around $650 for the entry-level package. If you fancy yourself a bit of a foodie too, then you’ll want to level up with their Glamping & Dine package (from $770 for two people) which includes curated dinner served in your tent. Or turn the luxe up to 11 by adding a trip to the spa on top of the accomodation and dinner from $1100.

You get it, it’s a bloody good time and exactly what we all need to wind down from the hectic year that was 2020.

You can find al the details (and hopefully book it) over on their website.

(Lead Image: Instagram / @peninsulahotsprings)

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