The world’s most unique water, 2000 years in the making
Deep below the picturesque Mornington Peninsula at the base of the world’s oldest continent, Australia, lies one of the deepest and most ancient aquifers ever discovered.
This water catchment, known as the Palaeolithic Basement, is 900 metres below the ground and measured at an astonishing 600 million years old. In an incredible 2000-year journey, a trickle of water pushes through layers of mineral-rich red soil to reach the surface.
From this natural and rare artesian spring, Three Bays simply harvests the overflow.