Get steamy at these sensational springs in Queensland!
Imagine soaking in a steaming pool of mineral-rich water, surrounded by lush greenery and exotic birds. Sounds like a dream, right? Well, you don’t have to travel far to make it a reality. Queensland is home to some of the most amazing hot springs in Australia, and they’re waiting for you to discover them.
So if you’re looking for a relaxing and rejuvenating getaway, take a tour of some of the best hot springs in Queensland. Sooth your body and mind in the best way we know how!
Part sheep station, part campground and part natural hot spring, Charlotte Plains provides the perfect nature escape in Queensland. Sitting near the border of Queensland and New South Wales, the main attraction to the Charlotte Plains it their Artesian Hot Springs – a naturally warm, mineral-rich water park designed to help sooth your body and mind. Whether you go alone or with a loved one, look no further than Charlotte Plains to soak in the natural beauty of outback Queensland.
Eulo Mud Baths
Although this technically isn’t a hot spring, we still thought that it’s worth a mention. Welcome to Eulo Mud Baths – where guests are welcome to get a little dirty at one of their mud bathing experiences. Located in Eulo, here you can fill your tub with mineral dense and silky mud that will exfoliate and rejuvenate in an open-air experience. So soak up the beautiful Queensland sky and starts while relacing in a natural outback environment at Eulo Mud Baths!
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Image via Tourism and Events Queensland.
Innot Hot Springs
Nestled in the northern tropics of Queensland is one of the most relaxing natural hot springs in Queensland. Across half a dozen pools and spas, Innot Hot Springs gives you the chance to get back to nature, soak up some rays and minerals for a rejuvenating weekend getaway. Also known as Nettle Creek Hot Springs, this free hot spring gives visitors the chance to enjoy a bath in the headling therapeutic waters with friends and family. So drive on up to Innot Hot Springs to enjoy the best that Queensland has to offer!
Julia Creek Artesian Baths
Artesian water 900 metres underground, imbued with sulphur, calcium and magnesium, poured directly until your own private artesian bathtub. This is the unique experience offered by Julia Creek Artesian Baths in the McKinlay Area, a relaxing and quirky bathing experience that provides the warm healing waters that can be shared with a loved one. Each space is designed like a hollowed-out water tank, with two white bathtubs side by side as you gaze out into outback Queensland. So bubble up with a special someone at Julia Creek Caravan Park!
One of the most beautiful natural wonders in Queensland, Talaroo needs to be seen to be believed. Dip your toes into one of the best mineral baths in Queensland, a purpose-built geothermal soaking pool that even offers private soaking pools to enjoy with a loved one. Run by the Indigenous Ewamian People, Talaroo offers a way to connect with the land, the people who have been a part of it for millennia, as well as yourself in an outstanding hot springs experience in Queensland.
We acknowledge the traditional owners of country throughout Australia and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their elders past, present and emerging.