If you happen to find yourself in North West Tasmania looking to relax, head on over to Kimberley Warm Springs. Not relatively known, this geothermal feature is a warm and welcome respite from everyday routines and daily stressors.
You’ll enjoy the tranquility of the natural healing waters that rise up from deep below the earth’s surface, surrounded by lush flora and foliage. There is no better way to recharge your metabolism, cleanse your skin and feel your aches and pains wash away.
Kimberley Warm Springs Pools
Kimberley Warm Springs remain a constant 25ºC (77º F) year-round. The mineral-rich warm water surges up from over 350m (1000 ft) below the earth’s surface and fills a generously-sized pool that measures 20×13 meters in size and is over a meter deep.
The thermal springs are the only springs in North West Tasmania, and being not well-known, they are a great alternative to other heavily-trafficked sites. The unique ecosystem that the springs create makes a perfect home for an endemic snail and algae that has never been found south of Sydney.
Kimberley Warm Springs is located in Kimberley Warm Springs Reserve, which the Parks and Wildlife Service Tasmania manages. The thermal springs are free to visit, and there is no charge to park. There is a sheltered picnic area and restrooms.
Follow the B13 (Railton Rd) to the township of Kimberley, take a turn to the north onto Morrison St, then proceed onto Warm Springs Road. Directions to the Springs are prominently posted around the village.
Address: Kimberley TAS 7304, Australia