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Bathe-In Cinema at Peninsula Hot Springs

Soak in the hot springs under the stars and in front of the big screen
By Sarah Ward
August 30, 2019
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Bathe-In Cinema at Peninsula Hot Springs

Soak in the hot springs under the stars and in front of the big screen
By Sarah Ward
August 30, 2019
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When Peninsula Hot Springs unveiled its revamped facilities last year, the acclaimed Fingal spot added something extra exciting — especially if you're keen to pair your soak with some entertainment. At the Mornington Peninsula getaway's outdoor Bath House Amphitheatre, you can now not only relax in the 39-degree geothermal pool in the evening air, but direct your eyes at a movie on the big screen while you're there.

The Peninsula Hot Springs bathe-in cinema is all about getting blissful in warm water while watching movies that explore themes of connection, nature and laughter. A different film plays at 7.30pm every Friday night until October 4, and it's a smartly curated lineup — you can giggle at The Dish under the stars, embrace the waves with Whale Rider, enjoy the classic boy-and-pelican friendship of the original Storm Boy or take The Castle straight from the pool room to the pool.

Even better — catching a flick is included in the regular Bath House bathing price, which'll set you back $45 per person.

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