The Bath House Amphitheatre was officially unveiled on Sunday 29th of July 2018 and included a preview of their Australian-first -10°C ice cave, -25°C deep freeze and sauna experience known as ‘Fire and Ice’ that draws on the hot and cold therapy phenomenon, providing a unique wellbeing and healing experience for guests.
Drawing on ancient and new therapies used across the world, Peninsula Hot Springs has tapped into the latest trends in healing for its expansion, with the inclusion of seven new hot spring pools, two cold plunge pools, an outdoor stage, food bowl, new café, wellness centre and cultural meeting spaces to accompany the fire and ice experience. As Co-Founder and CEO of Peninsula Hot Springs, Charles Davidson explains “Across the world hot springs have offered wellness experiences that provide lasting physical and mental health benefits. Our new Bath House Amphitheatre will not only build on our current bathing offering but will also provide guests with a means to refresh and rejuvenate their mind, body, and soul allowing them to reconnect with nature and the community,”. The Bath House amphitheater will be open to the public in September 2018.
The expansion allows for additional guests to visit the hot springs and to ensure each visitor will experience even more diverse globally inspired experiences that have never been seen before in Australia and in some cases internationally. With many bathing cultures represented at Peninsula Hot Springs, care has been taken to ensure guests are educated about each experience and its origins, with numerous cultural learning activities incorporated across the site. This includes a new cultural meeting space, created in collaboration with Boon Wurrung Elder Aunty Carolyn Briggs and Yuin Elder Uncle Max Dulumunmun, that has been designed using sacred principles and will be the stage for many future events.
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