The original Metung Hot Springs closed in the early 1990s, but recently a 500-metre-deep bore at a new site in Kings Cove was redeveloped and is producing 45-degree geothermal mineral water.
Join the team behind Metung Hot Springs on an immersive tour of the future Hot Springs site. Learn about the redevelopment of the bore, the benefits of the 45-degree geothermal mineral water and the phasing and staging of the development. Most importantly, finish the tour with an opportunity to bathe in the ‘pop up hot springs’ while taking in breathtaking views of the Gippsland Lakes. (Don’t forget to pack your bathers and a towel!)
Access requirements: please note this event is not wheelchair accessible and requires a general level of fitness to navigate steep outdoor terrain. The event is outdoors so come prepared for all weather and dress appropriately.
Bathe in ‘pop-up’ hot springs whilst taking in views of the Gippsland Lakes.
This event is co-presented by Metung Hot Springs.Waterfront is proudly presented by Centre for Architecture Victoria | Open House Melbourne, in partnership with Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning and East Gippsland Shire Council. Waterfront is part of Melbourne Design Week 2021, an initiative of the Victorian Government in collaboration with the NGV.
Time & Date
Saturday 3 April 2021
2pm – 4pm
- Please note this event is not wheelchair accessible and requires a general level of fitness to navigate steep outdoor terrain. The event is outdoors so come prepared for all weather and dress appropriately.
Metung Hot Springs, 73 Storth Ryes Avenue Metung, VIC, Australia 3904