Float Brisbane

Lutwyche

Feel the sensation of floating in space at Float Brisbane, offering the ultimate relaxation experience with their state-of-the art flotation tanks. 

Located on busy Lutwyche Road, Float Brisbane provides clients an opportunity to leave the fast-paced world outside and just float. Also known as isolation or sensory deprivation tanks, floating is a scientifically proven way to relieve stress and recover from injury.

Floating in 35 degree shallow water with 600kg of Epsom salt (natural magnesium and sulphites) to assist float, relax in complete darkness and silence and allow your body and mind to rest and recover, protected from external stimulation.  

Float Brisbane's tanks, the most hygienic in the world, are roomy and even the most claustrophobic will feel safe and secure. You are in control of your environment at all times.

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By Deb Lidster

Float Brisbane is a valued sponsor of Must Do Brisbane.com

Float Brisbane

504 Lutwyche Rd

Lutwyche

Daily 8-9:30

(by appt only)

3357 5517

Map

504 Lutwyche Rd Lutwyche

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