Peninsula Hot Springs - Rye

Aside from being able to relax, the one thing I really like about the Peninsula Hot Springs is that it has something to suit every budget. You can spend the whole day popping in and out of the public thermal mineral water pools, where the temperature varies between 360C and 430C for $25 off peak or $21 concession. And if you go Tuesday to Thursday outside school and public holidays, you will only pay $15 for a whole day of bathing and lounging by the pools.

Peninsula Hot Springs is the first natural hot springs & day spa centre in Victoria, Australia. If you have a little more money to spend, you can splurge on some treatments in the day spa. When having a treatment in the day spa you can also use the indoor Spa Dreaming Centre thermal pools before and after your treatment.

And if all your girlfriends are too busy, there are even packages available for the man in your life or the whole family.

Go on, spoil yourself, you deserve it.

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I wonder how many pensioners would or could justify paying $21.00 admission fees, and may even question $15.00 .With winter coming on and arthritis biting it does sound wonderful though.,wish it was here in Tassie.Wobbly.


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