Join us for the ultimate day out on the Mornington Peninsula, enjoying the best this region has to offer including around 4 relaxing hours at the famed Peninsula Hot Springs. It's then onto Murrays Lookout at Arthurs Seat to appreciate the unparalleled spectacular views of the Peninsular and beyond. Before heading back to Melbourne, we'll stop for some iconic photo opportunities at the colourful Mount Martha Bathing Boxes.
Operates: Daily (except Sundays)
Adult from: $179
Child from: $155
Infant from: $155
Child prices are available for children aged 0 - 15 years. If you are travelling with a child under 3 years old, please select an infant fare when you book and provide the child age in the notes to request a protective seat.
We start the morning with a short journey from Melbourne to the Mornington Peninsula Hot Springs. With approximately 4 hours at the springs, you have plenty of time to enjoy the wide range of globally inspired experiences set in the peaceful surrounds of the Mornington Peninsula. Unwind in the naturally heated waters of the seven geothermal pools, the Turkish steam room, cave pool, reflexology walk, saunas and much more.
In the afternoon it’s time to appreciate some of the Mornington Peninsula’s stunning natural scenery from Murrays Lookout at Arthurs Seat. From here you can admire the incredible views of Port Phillip Bay and beyond.
No trip to the Mornington Peninsula is complete without a walk on the beach with iconic colourful Bathing Boxes as a backdrop. Get your camera ready as the boxes ad a layer of bliss and culture to the crystal blue water and golden sand beaches.
We’ll return to Melbourne by the early evening, relaxed and refreshed from an amazing day discovering the Mornington Peninsula and its Hot Springs!
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