Bathe-In Cinema at Peninsula Hot Springs
Soak in the hot springs under the stars and in front of the big screen
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.