Bondi Icebergs POOL
The oh-so-popular gym adjoining the Bondi ocean pools might be the busiest of its kind in Sydney. A lot of athletes come here to train, so there’s good equipment. It’s a bit like the equivalent of LA’s Venice Beach, but in Sydney. I usually incorporate a workout session in the gym with a soft-sand run and then a swim. Weekends here are extremely busy, particularly Sunday afternoons, and you’ll find a lot of posers vying for space to get the perfect Instagram photo. Visit off-peak, on a weekday—it’s quiet and a completely different story.
Lap up the summer sun in this fresh, clear ocean pool or enjoy some tasty meals with wine at the Ice Bergs bar.
Landmark year-round outdoor adult & kid pools by the sea, with day passes, a sauna and a cafe.
Stunning ocean pool, go here for a quick dip or to do some lengths. There's also a gym and a sauna.
Located at the southern end of Bondi Beach, Bondi Icebergs Club is an international landmark, and no trip to Sydney is complete without a visit to our pool and clubhouse. Bondi Icebergs has been the home of Winter swimming since 1929 and our famous pool is open to visitors all year round.
“On a hot beach day, nothing beats a refreshing cocktail or nachos, after your swim..”
“Saturday its a growers market. Go for a snack and chai or pick up your fruit, veg and a fresh bouquet. Sunday its a flea market with offering from local vendors and craftspeople. It's heaven.”
“Ok if you want to get involved in the local debate of who does it better, go to Messina icream on Hall street than Anita ice cream on Campbell parade. Warning , they are rich in flavour so perhaps not back to back .. enjoy! :-) I say Anita and Mikael says Messina.... ”
“Local photographer Eugene Tan takes shots of Bondi (and other places) every morning and sends them out in his daily Aquabumps newsletter (and via his various social accounts). This gallery on Curlewis Street showcases the best of those shots as framed images.”