Sydney's swimming pool at sea makes tourists crazy

If you come here on the big wave day, you will have more special experiences, such as swimming while welcoming towering waves from the sea.

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Speaking of Australia, people will first think of the monumental buildings such as the Opera House, Sydney Harbor Bridge, St Patrick's Church or Questacon Museum. And yet, the country of Kangaroo also attracts tourist followers by many pristine beaches with unique and convenient services. The most famous is the swimming pool at sea Bondi Icebergs.

It is known that this pool is always on the list of must-visit in Sydney dating back over 100 years thanks to its attractive location right by the sea. If you come here on the big wave day, you will have more special experiences, such as swimming while welcoming towering waves from the sea.

This pool has a length of 50m and meets Olympic swimming pool standards, including one for adults and one for children. To come here to visit or bathe, you will have to buy a ticket for 4.5 USD for children and adults is 6.5 USD. Bondi Icebergs is owned by the Icebergs Winter Swimming Club. In winter, the members of this club will practice here and in the summer months, Bondi Icebergs become "paradise" of visitors.

For the safety of visitors, the area around the pool is surrounded by strong iron railings and mesh fences. As a result, swimmers will not be swept away, and prevent sharks from entering the pool in large waves.

Bondi Icebergs is open from 6am to 6:30 pm. Not only offering swimming services, Bondi Icebergs also has dining, coffee, shopping and spa services on site around the pool. Come here, you can also take lots of great virtual living photos here too!

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Sydney's swimming pool at sea makes tourists crazy Sydney's swimming pool at sea makes tourists crazy Reviewed by Duy Khiêm on October 26, 2019 Rating: 5

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