Scrub up at Eulo’s Artesian Mud Baths

Visitors from far and wide flock to Queensland’s Outback in numbers to seek the warmer weather during the cooler months.

 

It’s not only the temperature that causes this mass migration phenomenon, the sounds of country music at The Big Red Bash and Eulo’s local music festival Music In the Mulga add to this fly-in of humankind to Outback Queensland’s South West. Eulo’s Artesian Mud Baths are the perfect pit stop on your migration through the Outback, leaving you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated before heading back on the road.

 

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Eulo’s Artesian Mud Baths love welcoming travellers to the ‘Montville of the Outback’ and they pride themselves in accommodating their guests requests as best as they can. The south west town is known for its ancient artesian springs where water oozes to the surface as milky grey mud. Estimated to be 20,000 years old, rich in silica, magnesium, potassium, calcium, iron and zinc, the silky feeling mud comes from deep beneath the surface of the earth. At the Artesian Mud Baths, soak in warm artesian water impregnated with clay, then pat on a milky grey mud pack and let your skin soak in the goodness from this mineral rich mud. The baths are located in a quirky and relaxing outdoor environment, set within a thatched walled enclosure, the bathing area is complete with three baths and a beef wood shower, along with antique washroom accessories from a by-gone era. The stretch bath, complete with shower tree can be a unique experience for couples, day time or evening.

 

Eulo Artesian Mud Baths

Eulo Artesian Mud Baths

 

View the blazing burnt orange outback skies from their sunset viewing area in one of their four tubs. Wine is sipped, nibbles are tasted, whilst braziers bring warmth in the cold winter nights. For it is in the glorious evenings that most of the hundreds of tourists choose to enjoy the ‘ultimate artesian mud baths’ and experience the relaxation of a glorious moment under the star studded Outback skies for the thatched-walled bath houses are opened to the millions of stars that grace the outback sky.

 

The Experience

Time: Approximately 1 – 1.5 hours

What’s Included: Hot tub filled with milky mud, exfoliating mud pack, locally made moisturising cream, nibbles (including wine/beer or a cuppa), towels and the relaxing natural outback environment.

Highlights: Open air experience to soak up our beautiful blue skies, gorgeous sunsets or breathtaking stars.

Price: $65 per person

 

How to Find The Mud Baths

Drive:
Eulo is approximately 875km west of Brisbane and 67kms south west of Cunnamulla along the Adventure Way. Click here to check out the transport and road connections!

 

Fly:
Eulo can also be reached by light aircraft with an unsealed airstrip within walking distance of us. Commercial flights with Rex fly into Cunnamulla on Wednesdays and Sundays.

 

Mudbaths, Crackup Sisters

Photo credit: @Crackupsisters

 

Bookings

While bookings are not essential, giving a call before your arrival is easier for those with tight roadtrip schedules!

Call: (07) 4655 4890
Email: datefarm1@bigpond.com
Website: www.artesianmudbaths.com.au/

 

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