Spa, Sauna & Steam

Rejuvenate your mind and body by soaking in the spa, sweating it out in the sauna's dry heat or the steam room's wet heat.

Unsure of the difference between a sauna and a steam room? A sauna uses dry heat, usually from hot rocks or a closed stove and relaxes the body's muscles and improves circulation. Steam rooms are heated by a generator filled with boiling water and help to remove toxins from the skin to improve skin health.

Please remember to bring a drink bottle, and it is recommended to only use the facilities 10 minutes at a time.

When using the sauna, you must always sit on your towel. If you do not have a towel with you, you will not be able to access the sauna.

Please note you must be 16 years and over to use these facilities.  

No bookings are required.

Patrons are requested to be respectful of others wanting to use these services. In the event that people are waiting, users will be asked to spend a maximum of 10 minutes in the spa, sauna or steam room.

Location Facilities
Aqualink Box Hill Spa and sauna room
Aqualink Nunawading

Spa, sauna and steam room

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