Add a touch of Peppers

Letter a Peppers Resort set your romantic scene.
Letter a Peppers Resort set your romantic scene. Detours

PEPPERS Resorts have come up with a couple of crackers to celebrate the romance of the month.

For those looking to make whoopee, Peppers Springs Retreat and Spa in the heart of Victoria's romantic Hepburn Springs reckon their water's worth bottling - so they've done just that and created their own brand of mineral water. Take a long drink, then head to the famous spa centre for a bit of rejuvenation - those mineral baths are famous for putting a spring in any step!

Packages start from $687 per couple including two night's accommodation, cooked breakfast daily and delicious dinner for two in the seasonally-inspired DECO Restaurant on one evening.

Phone (03) 5321 6200 or email

And for those who have already found out the consequences of making whoopee, Peppers Convent in the stunning NSW Hunter Valley is offering an Indulgent Babymooner package, designed as a soothing getaway for expectant couples.

Priced from $749 per couple, the midweek Babymooner's Escape includes overnight luxury accommodation, full country breakfast, pre dinner drinks and canapés, dinner for two at the acclaimed Roberts Restaurant, the choice of a one hour massage or facial at Endota spa, and a luxurious basket of bath salts and crystals.

Weekend packages, with two night's luxury accommodation, start from $1209 per couple.

For more, call (02) 4993 8999 or email

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