Time Out says
Relax in a hot spring and watch a flick at Peninsula Hot Springs’ amphitheatre cinema
Peninsula Hot Springs is Victoria’s first geothermal mineral springs and day spa. It’s here you’ll find more than 50 bathing experiences, including shared thermal mineral pools, wet and dry saunas, a hydrotherapy pool, Turkish and Moroccan hammams and the frequently Instagrammed hilltop pool, which boasts 360-degree views over the farmlands of Fingal.
Naturally, it’s very popular. One event that’s going to drive its popularity even higher is the Bathe in Cinema. This cinema lets you watch a film from the comfort of your own hot spring, spread out among the Bath House Amphitheatre, which is located on the Peninsula Hot Springs property.
The Peninsula Hot Springs Bathe in Cinema runs every Friday night at 7.30pm. Guests can lay under the stars and stay warm with the heat of the hot springs. On the big screen will be a selection of family-friendly films, including The Dish, Whale Rider, The Castle and more.
The film screening is complimentary with bathhouse bathing (which starts from $25). Head in early to score a good spot in the amphitheatre as there’s no reserved seating.