Bathing Health Advice

As Victoria’s only luxury couples resort, we provide the highest quality mineral bathing and day spa experience. Find out more about the makeup of our mineral water, important information about your visit, and health advice.

As Victoria’s only luxury couples only resort, we provide the highest quality mineral bathing and day spa experience. Find out more about the makeup of our mineral water, helpful information before your visit, as well as important health advice.

Bathingin the Mineral Springs

The Water:

Our Melbourne hot mineral spring water has filtered into the Dandenong Ranges aquifer over a period of many years. This water absorbs minerals from rocks and mineral deposits. Water is drawn from an underground spring on the property and is pumped to the surface from a depth of approximately 80 metres.

Complete Privacy:

Your totally private bathing space for one couple per pool is within a walled Japanese or tropical garden. You cannot be seen by anyone else. Swimwear is optional when bathing outdoors. Our Melbourne hot mineral springs are the only spa resort in Victoria offering this level of privacy.

Your private outdoor Melbourne mineral springs experience includes:

Mineral water heated to a comfortable bathing temperature between 37-40 degrees.

Giant umbrellas protecting the pool and pod from sun and rain

Towels and water free of charge

Shower, changing area, outdoor heating, soothing background music and relaxation pod

Parking within 10 metres of bathing area

Health Conditions

Soaking in mineral waters should not be done at excessively high temperatures without medical clearance when any contraindicated condition exists. A tepid to warm bath (35° C – 37° C) is as safe as taking a bath at home. Please see your medical practitioner if in doubt.

Bathing is not advised if you have any of the conditions listed below:

Conditions involving high fevers

Extreme Hypertension Malignant tumours and cancerous conditions (internal)

Liver, kidney, or circulation disorders

Conditions presenting the risk of haemorrhaging

Anaemic Conditions

Pregnancy

Congestive heart failure, recent stroke, or recent heart attack

Bathing under the influence of drugs or alcohol

Obaout The Mineral Waters

The following is a list of the composition of the mineral waters as tested by SGS Environmental Services April 2008 (All units are in milligrams per litre):

PH Level 7.0

Sodium 230 – Salt soaks have been known to relieve symptoms of arthritis.

Chloride 620 – Musculoskeletal benefits.

Calcium 210 – Vital for the growth and maintenance of bones.

Magnesium 34 – Maintains normal heart rhythms; converts blood sugar to energy; maintains muscle tissue and hormone levels.

Sulphate 24 – Rids the body of toxins; promotes the health of bone, hair, nails, fluids in joints, vertebral discs; Sulphur is an anti-inflammatory.

Potassium 3.6 – Assists in the normalisation of heart rhythms; reducing high blood pressure; eliminating body toxins and promotes healthy skin.

Iron 3.4 – Builds up the quality of blood; increases resistance to stress and disease. Prevents fatigue and promotes good skin tone.

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