Just like the ocean but without the waves, the Bronte pool receives beautiful salty water from the sea and there’s a separate shallow area for kids to splash around in. Bronte Baths opened in 1887 and is said to be the birthplace of the “Australian crawl”, more commonly known as freestyle. Its historical value has been recognised by the National Trust.
Entry: Free; Bronte Road, Bronte
Image credit: Destination NSW