Sports Complexes in Sydney

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Sports Complexes in Sydney

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  • xanthe101
    Sydney, Australia73 contributions
    We live in the local area and had never visited this pool before. On a hot day we decided around 4:00pm to try. We were very happy with our visit. Its a nice local pool, with lap lanes for serious swimmers and splash lanes for the not so serious (me!). They also had a childs wading pool. We left around 5:30pm and it was still open, though half the pool was divided for some activity.
    I'd recommend visiting! It would also be a great way to cool down after doing the Bay Run as its on the route!
    Written January 8, 2020
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  • Mairwen1
    United Kingdom6,324 contributions
    This is one of many enclosed beach pools that were built along the Sydney coastline in the late 1800s, through to 1950s. The Watson Bay Baths are one of the earliest. They were built 1905 (although the iconic Bronte Baths and Bondi Baths were built even earlier in 1897). This was a time when pools were segregated and men and women were allocated different swimming times.
    These Baths were renovated about 10 years ago and are a particularly good swimming area. They now include two netted swimming areas (one Olympic-sized) and floating sunbathing pontoons. There is jetty-like decking around the pools. Kids were having great fun, leaping from these.
    It is worth noting that there is disabled access via a ramp leading into the water, as well as 2 fully immersible wheelchairs (MLAK needed).  
    Entry is free.
    We were there mid-week and there were only about 20 or so people which meant it was not overcrowded in the water, although the pontoons were pretty much taken.
    Tourists may prefer more of a beach experience. If so, you are better off walking in the opposite direction, around to Camp Cove (7-10 min walk).
    GETTING THERE: The baths are a short 3 minute walk around from the Watsons Bay ferry (from the ferry, turn right)
    Written January 21, 2022
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  • rina T
    Perth, Australia88 contributions
    Easy to catch train there , then it’s a downhill walk to the pool , good price for family swim , the view of the habour bridge while your swimming is breath taking ! Shared the family change rooms , caught the ferry back to circular quay stop ! Great family day out !
    Written January 27, 2020
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  • CasandraTP
    Sydney, Australia839 contributions
    Situated in the heart of Sydney, opposite the Australian Museum and Hyde Park. They have swim lanes for the “serious” swimmers and a huge play pool for everyone else. There is also a sun area which is normally open along with a wave machine but due to recent Covid outbreak you can’t but this will be back to normal soon fingers crossed. The water is a little cool but you do get used to it. Suitable for families of all ages with the leisure pool opening on a slope so perfect for those younger children. It is reasonably priced and they do have lessons there.
    Written January 8, 2021
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  • Vicky O
    North Rocks, Australia3 contributions
    All day fun for less than $30 for a family of 5. Can get a little hectic during peak school holiday times but for the price, you can’t complain.
    Written January 23, 2018
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  • I Tell It Like It Is
    Sydney, Australia42 contributions
    With an $8.80 fee for adults, it’s more expensive than other Public Pools. But facility wise, upkeep & cleanliness wise it’s superior to other Sydney Public Pools. When do they open the diving tower / diving pool though?
    But like any Sydney Pool, it’s best avoided on warm weekends & warm school holidays, it’s just too crazy crowded. That’s just a sad fact of life in Sydney now, as the population increases, more public pools are not only not being built, they’re closing down !
    Written October 25, 2019
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  • U4964KDpault
    Sydney, Australia29 contributions
    Attentive & knowlegable staff and well set out equipement. Easily assessable and spotless environment.
    Written June 19, 2018
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  • donna63181716
    London, UK4 contributions
    Hello Redfern Team,
    It is some weeks now since I did my class with Narelle Clark, but I haven't forgotten the beautiful experience. I wanted to let you know what a fabulous teacher she is.
    I was more than impressed with her teaching. I have enjoyed all your teachers during my time with you, but Narelle was a standout. For the first time ever, she showed me exactly how to use the machine, how to adjust straps, how to use the headrest, how to take out the foot rests etc. I learned a lot.
    I work for Qantas and my field is customer service. So Narelle immediately stood out to me. She has those unique people skills.
    Narelle was such an advocate and had such a passion for body mindlife that I thought she must be an owner and invested in that way.
    So a big thank you to Narelle and I look forward to returning and taking one of her classes again soon. She was pretty amazing! Thank you,
    Donna Hall
    0416687014
    Written April 20, 2020
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  • WolleSyd
    Berlin, Germany11 contributions
    Great fun! Good food team building! Charlie was great. Thanks! Kiss my axe rocks. Would go again as you improve a lot. Thanks heaps Charlie for being a great axe master.
    Written May 11, 2022
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  • Maria Illyes
    Sydney, Australia4 contributions
    My favourite place ever in Sydney.
    Great and challenging walls. Amazing people. You can easily make so many friends!
    Written November 27, 2019
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  • Saurabh A
    Melbourne, Australia5 contributions
    Fantastic place for a group hang!! Really great place. Andrew and the other lad working there are amazing and so much fun!
    Written March 15, 2021
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  • S4nnyBunny
    Melbourne1,875 contributions
    My go to place to watch a big fight, whether it be UFC or boxing. The staff are quite friendly and helpful. Big screens all around, plenty of beer options on tap. Also love the gesture of providing free Mount Franklin bottled water to the crowd. My only criticism would be when be fights are on, would love to see more chairs available.
    Written April 6, 2021
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