Hot Springs Yoga & Bathe, Coastal Bushwalking, Whale Watching & an Indigenous Inspired Brunch
Active relaxation on this guided winter adventure
Bathing and yoga included at the worlds best thermal hot springs
Lunch included - Indigenous Grazing box
Guided coastal hike to Bushrangers Bay
Whale watching from the balcony of the Southern Ocean
Small groups (max 8 guests)
Mornington Peninsula Start/finish - Transport included
Treat yourself to a day of active relaxation this winter on the Mornington Peninsula combining hot springs, brunch, and whale watching. Spend the morning bathing surrounded by nature in some of the world’s best thermal hot springs. Warm up your mind and body with a hot springs yoga class led by a Peninsula Hot Springs instructor to feel rejuvenated. Your journey continues with bushwalking along with the balcony of the southern ocean which is one of the best spots to see whales making their annual migration, so we stop at a viewpoint for a delicious grazing picnic lunch from a local Indigenous cafe full of fresh local produce infused with native ingredients. Whether you are staying on the Peninsula or visiting for the day, this adventure will be the highlight and the perfect winter activity.
For every booking we also make a donation to the Two Bays Whale Project who do essential research, recording and education programs to help the conservation of the whales in our oceans. We also send any sightings of whales during this adventure to the Two Bays Whale Project so it can be recorded.
Relax in nature at some of the worlds best hot springs
Spot humpback, southern right and killer whales during their annual migration (June to Oct)
Delicious grazing picnic lunch infused with native ingredients from local Indigenous cafe
Spectacular coastal bushwalking along clifftops to Bushrangers Bay
Try hot springs yoga
Connect with nature in the wilderness just an hour from the Melbourne.
Support conservation of whales through the Two Bays Whale Project
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McCrae Lighthouse, Mornington Peninsula
June to September
4 minimum, 8 maximum
- Bathing and yoga at the Peninsula Hot Springs
- Delicious grazing picnic lunch from a local Indigenous Cafe
- Your passionate, knowledgeable experienced and fully qualified guide
- Guided coastal bushwalking adventure with whale spotting opportunities
- Eco towel service and eco sunscreen
- Refreshments (including native tea, coffee, and drinking water)
- Transport for the day. Start/finish from McCrae Lighthouse (Please contact us if you would like to discuss an alternative pick up location)
- Any extra spa experiences at the hot springs
What to bring
Hat, sunglasses, camera, swimwear, runners or hiking shoes for walking, warm clothes (including hat and gloves) and a rain jacket just in case, change of clothes for the trip home.
No skill level required, moderate level of fitness for a bushwalk. Please contact us prior to booking if you have children under 16.
About your guide
Experienced and passionate local guide who is first aid trained
The Mornington Peninsula is still breathtaking during winter, and this is the perfect way to see it with bucket loads of relaxation at the hot springs, active adventure on the bushwalk, land and marine wildlife spotting opportunities, plus a delicious grazing picnic lunch from local Indigenous cafe.
Your adventure starts meeting your WAM guide at McCrae Lighthouse in the heart of the Mornington Peninsula, from here your WAM guide takes you to replenish your mind and body immersed in nature at some of the worlds best thermal pools. Relax, soothe and even try hot springs yoga. Held in the new Amphitheatre and led by a Peninsula Hot Springs yoga instructor, join other bathers for a yoga class like no other. The class combines the benefits of geothermal bathing with stretching, strengthening, and balancing yoga poses. The session is open to all levels.
Feeling refreshed and warmed up, your guide will take you to the southern edge of the Peninsula for a guided bushwalking experience with panoramic views from the clifftop looking out over the Southern Ocean. From June to October, it’s whale watching season so we bring an included packed lunch so we can stop and have time to spot humpback whales or southern right whales making their annual migration along the coast. Lunch is a beautiful grazing style picnic lunch from our friends at Cooee Cafe where you get to try unique native ingredients and fresh local produce. Keep an eye out on land too as we often see kangaroos, echidnas, and birdlife as we bushwalk to the dramatic Bushrangers Bay, before heading back to the vehicle and returning to starting point of the adventure in McCrae mid afternoon to say our goodbyes at the end of a refreshing winter adventure.
Please contact us if you would like to discuss an alternative pick up location from your accommodation on the Mornington Peninsula or Frankston Station.
This adventure includes coastal bushwalking done at a leisurely pace so just a moderate level of fitness is required. If you are unsure if this tour is suitable for you, please contact us(opens in a new tab) or check out some of our other adventures.
These tours operate in the cooler months of the year and occasionally there can be adverse weather conditions. If the weather is not suitable for bushwalking or lunch as we go, we will adjust the itinerary or call you the day prior to your tour to discuss other options. Please bring warm clothing and rain jacket for the bushwalking part of the day.