Painted Boat Resort Spa: Relaxation Time On The Sunshine Coast

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While I was on the Sunshine Coast and staying in Madeira Park, I booked an appointment to have a massage at the Painted Boat Resort Spa. All the stresses of life had been building up on my shoulders and upper back and I thought I would splurge and treat myself while I was on my solo getaway to the coast.

What I didn’t know about the Painted  Boat Spa that it has a tranquil area called the “Spa Garden” which is complimentary with any treatment over $70 or $40 for the day without any services. This “Spa Garden” is a hydrotherapy area outside but connected to the spa that is surrounded by evergreen trees. There is a sauna, an outdoor glacial rain shower, a multi-jet hot pool with a massaging waterfall, a warm salt water float pool, and an outdoor fire pit. There are a handful of seats and loungers in the Spa Garden where you can relax and read a paper or magazines or just zone out. And if you call ahead, you can have a bento box lunch prepared for your visit also.

 

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The Painted Boat Resort Spa offers facials, massages, wraps, manicures, and pedicures. I booked myself a deep tissue massage and my therapist let me know that steam showers are included free with a massage as well. She then gave me a complimentary mud mask to apply and wear during my steam. I just kept hitting the jackpot at the Painted Resort Spa!

After my massage, I went back to the Spa Garden to enjoy more hydrotherapy time. It’s such a great way to unwind and I felt so relaxed and refreshed after my visit.

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Here are some photos I took at the spa (with permission and no other patrons around of course):

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The entryway into the spa

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They have a little retail area where they sell brands like Dermalogica and Osea

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Here is mu healthy bento box lunch

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The lounge area

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Waterfalls provide soothing sounds

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Relax by the fire pit

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Yes it’s pretty steamy in the sauna

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The Glacial Rain Shower. Brrrrrr.

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The Jetted Hot Pool With Waterfall. It was nice to sit under the water!

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**Disclosure: Many thanks to the Painted Boat Resort. The Spa Garden, bento box lunch, mud mask and steam room were complimentary but I paid for my deep tissue massage. As always, opinions are my own**
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