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Set in a gorgeous location with views of Sydney Harbour. Sit and watch ferries go by and the Ferris wheel at Luna Park. There are plenty of seats and umbrellas around the pool and lounges on the sun deck. The salt water pool temperature is...More
Amazing pool, great staff, unbeatable views.
Negative: Went to order a wrap at 1.15pm, could only see Veggie already made.
Asked what else is on offer.... was told 4 other meat options, so I selected Ham.
Ripples: “oh we aren’t making anymore though until these...More
Pool itself is in an amazing location as you can see by the photos! Had no issues with staff, lockers were available at a small fee. Thought it was well priced overall. Other than this bathrooms and changing rooms in need of renovation. Pool was...More
With an amazing view to Harbour Bridge, this is a really boring place in Sydney. Lots of grumpy staff around make the place uncomfortable and weird. Change rooms are old and unorganized. No music and no customer service. I saw the staff swap signs without...More
As everyone says, amazing views so close to the harbour and bridge. It is though a full Olympic size pool and convenient for most forms of transport; rail, ferry or bus.
Parking gets expensive after 8.30am so try to get here early.
On a sunny winters day in Sydney, what do you do? Well, a swim in the Olympic Pool in North Sydney is perfect. A scenic walk down from the train station, and into the pool where Dawn Fraser set her world records over 50 years...More
With its Harbourside location this is probably the best public swimming pool in Sydney.
Easily reached by train, bus or ferry. With ample seating, sun lounges, and a small shop.
There are two pools to choose from plus a gym for an extra charge. The...More
My wife wanted to go in the pool to get the feeling of being somewhere the Olympics had taken place all those years ago and she wasn’t disappointed I was a spectator being disabled but I enjoyed the day as well because of the fantastic...More
The North Sydney Olympic Pool is easily accessed via the Milton Point train station, or by walking across the Harbour Bridge. (Walk straight down from the train station and the entrance will be on your right. Don't turn right on Paul like Google Maps says...More
Been living in Sydney for 9 months and still hadnt been here until today. I like the beach but i do prefer swimming pools and this is a great alternative. Its 8 dollars entry, so for a few hours sunbathing & a few dips in...More
Because they pump water from the harbour I would suggest the same but not totally sure. I went to the beach yesterday and the water is still pretty warm at 21 degrees and it will slowly go down so it should be at least 20 in... More
Because they pump water from the harbour I would suggest the same but not totally sure. I went to the beach yesterday and the water is still pretty warm at 21 degrees and it will slowly go down so it should be at least 20 in late May which is fresh but OK to do laps in.