You’ve never experienced relaxation like this in Australia, until now…

Hints of woodfire on the nose, your muscles soothed by 12 whirling air jets, the whole experience encased in a shell of high quality Thermowood. Close your eyes and you could be in Scandinavia – far away from the rat race of a day you have just had. Now that is an escape from the everyday.

Be the first to turn your backyard into a relaxing sanctuary, with a beautifully-designed, expertly made Gardenvity hot tub.

Big family has good time in wood fired hot tub

If you are wondering about the quality, rest assured, these tubs have been fine-tuned, lovingly crafted and manufactured for over a decade.

  • Only the highest quality features and inclusions.
  • Easy maintenance (that part is easy, too).
  • Elegant design you will be proud to show off.

And the numbers don’t lie; with hundreds sold across Europe, Gardenvity hot tubs have quickly become a much loved brand.

Tried, tested and loved by a great many people; now it is Australia’s turn.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How to unpack your Gardenvity wood-fired hot tub?

How to fit heater doors, ash grates & drip tray of wood-fired hot tub?

How to assemble the chimney of wood-fired hot tub

How to fit the water drain valve of wood-fired hot tub?

How to mount an external shelf and fit a glass holder of wood fired hot tub?

What is a safe water temperature for bathing in my hot tub?
At any time of the year, do not heat the water to more than +39°C. Overheating and dehydration can be serious side effects of unsafe hot tubbing.
How long does it take to fill my wooden hot tub with water?
Usually, it will take about 1-1.5 hours to fill a wood burning hot tub. You can cut that amount of time by buying a 3/4inch garden hose.

The Gardenvity Hot Tub for 6-8 people will need 1200-1300 liters (264- 286 gallons) of water, while the Gardenvity Hot Tub for 8-10 people will accommodate 1500-1600 liters (330-352 gallons).
The exact filling time will depend on your individual water outlet.

How often should I change the water in my wooden hot tub?
We strongly recommend changing the water frequently and enjoying a chemical-free bathing experience in your wood fired hot tub.

We recommend changing the water in your hot tub after 1-2 uses/1-2 days. If a hot tub is used by multiple people, e.g. in a holiday cottage, it’s necessary to replace the water after each use.

However, if you decide to leave the water in for a longer time, it’s recommended to install a filtration system and use chlorine-free sanitizers.

How can I control the temp. of the water in my wooden hot tub?
When you buy your Gardenvity hot tub, it comes with a floating thermometer which you keep in the water while heating the water to monitor the temperature.

Once it approaches your chosen temperature, you simply stop adding wood to the heater. If it feels a bit too hot, just add some cold water from the garden hose or open the cover and allow some time for the heat to evaporate.

Can one person take off the hot tub lid?
The insulated faux leather cover is light enough to be opened/closed by one person. However, we would recommend it as a job for two.
What type of fuel can I burn in the hot tub heater?
Use dry firewood to avoid a pile of smoking wood and efficient heating of the water.

Combine softwood (e.g., pine, fir) with hardwood (oak, beech, etc.) in equal amounts.

Do not burn anything else. Please read our dedicated article with tips and tricks to heat a wood fired hot tub here.

How do I clean the exterior of my Gardenvity wooden hot tub?
The thermowood exterior needs no extra maintenance and cleaning – it’s already treated thermally to serve you for many years. If, however, you want to remove some dirt, use a mild detergent and a soft sponge.

Rinse with a garden water hose. Do not use brushes or other hard instruments to scrub the dirt off the thermowood surface. Over time, the surface of thermowood will become greyish as all-natural wood does.

If you wish to maintain the original thermowood appearance, treat it with transparent paint containing some brown pigment.

How do I clean the fiberglass insert of my hot tub?
Wash and clean the fiberglass insert of your hot tub carefully every time you drain out the water. While still wet, wipe the insert with a soft sponge.

You can also use a mild detergent, soap, or pool cleaning products. Avoid brushes or other hard instruments because they may damage the surface of the fiberglass.

After cleaning the wood burning hot tub with detergents, rinse well with a water hose and drain completely.

We do not recommend using any cleaning products with chlorine because this could damage the hot tub and the heater.