Went to the hot springs with a group of friends to relax. I didnt get a massage and dodnt find the springs very therapeutical due to the lack of bushes around and lack of bubbles. The bubbles only come on for the first 15 mins of every hour and there are two many people for everyone in the springs to sit near the jets. The water was murky like the Yarra river, with an oily film on top from people's sunscreen. You could see that it wasn't filtered with floaties everywhere at 3pm. The reflexology was fantastic. Walking up to the top springs, the views were breathtaking and this is where there was value for money. The mineral showers were very nice and fresh compared to the pools of murky water. The last thing I can comment on was the cafe. The gourmet pizzas were clearly just frozen pizzas warned up. They had run out of a lot of options and ingredients on the menu (gluten free curried lentil pie, Vietnamese salad, even guacamole for the nachos) by the time I got served by the slow and rude lady at the counter. I tasted the pasty which was beautiful but unfortunately the salads my friends bought tasted bland and the nachos missing the guacamole were far from delicious. The cafe could be better and could leave a great lasting impression for the springs but did not. The highs were the therapeutic music, the mineral showers, the reflexology (although a lot of stones were missing), the ducks in the swamp sleeping near the pools, the breath taking views and the clean toilets and showers. The lows were the murky unfiltered water, smell in the cave, Cafe food and customer service at the cafe and lack of privacy in terms of plants as more and more people arrived.