What do you think if you can immerse yourself in the cool water of the pool right in the middle of the vast sea? To experience this fun, go to Bronte Baths in Sydney, Australia.
Bronte Baths is Australia’s most famous tourist destination with over 100 years of age, right next to beautiful Bondi beach. Bronte Baths is built on a small cliff adjacent to the clear blue ocean. Thanks to the special terrain, this place attracts a lot of tourists coming to play every year. Photo: Wanderersandwarriors.
Bronte Baths is divided into 2 parts, a swimming pool for adults and one for children. Coming to Bronte Baths, you can swim in the middle of a vast lake under the blue sky, playing with the waves of the ocean from the pool. Photo: Sydney.
The bright white fence of the stairway leading down to the pool is a great place for the believers to comfortably take a look and take photos. You can also walk along the edge of the pool and get close to the ocean waves as they tap on the cliffs separating Bronte Bath from the sea.
Bronte Bath is open year-round, every day from 6:00 to 18:30. However, if the pool is being cleaned or if the sea is too dangerous, management will temporarily close.
To ensure the safety of visitors, around the swimming pool is surrounded by a mesh fence to prevent sharks from entering large waves or swimmers who do not fall into the sea. Photos: Pinterest.
For tourists, Bronte Baths is a great place to spend the day immersed in the sun and enjoy the sea breeze. Unlike other places, this oldest saltwater pool in Sydney is open for free to everyone.
According to News.Zing.Vn
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