The Deep Blue Hot Springs in Warrnambool is set to reopen this month.
The hotel arm of the business has been welcoming guests back for overnight stays since 1st June and is taking a conscious approach to the slow reawakening of its additional wellness experiences.
The Bath House including indoor geothermal bathing pool and private bathing pools will reopen to the public on World Bathing Day - 22nd June. A significant day in which the Bathe the World foundation describe as ‘People coming together across the world to celebrate water, and the cultures it supports, through the practice of bathing'.
The outdoor Hot Springs Sanctuary which has been dubbed the new jewel in the crown of wellness attractions in the Great Ocean Road and was officially opened late last year is also planned to reopen this month on the 27th June. The reopening has sparked a Winter Bliss initiative in which the Deep Blue is celebrating the ways in which they have been forced to adapt to new measures. The campaign celebrates 'A renewed sense of freedom’ targeting the Winter School holidays with 3 new sessions daily with family friendly morning and afternoon sessions on offer and a twilight session reserved for adults only (ages 16+). Another unexpected bonus is that with the introduction of separate sessions with set durations - the cost of ticketing has also been reduced making it much easier for everyone to enjoy the Hot Springs
Guests can expect a number of noticeable changes at the resort including an la carte menu offering to replace the traditional breakfast buffet, the Installation of touch free sanitizer stations throughout the facilities, increased cleaning using hospital grade solutions, hygiene, capacity and social distancing prompts located throughout just to name a few. All Deep Blue staff have undertaken the COVID-19 Infection control training.
Due to strictly limited capacity – all visitors including locals are asked to pre-book all experiences to avoid disappointment. Online Booking www.thedeepblue.com.au