Summer is officially here, making it an idea time to get outside and enjoy the best Sydney and Melbourne have to offer. Instead of being stuck in a stuffy gym to burn those calories, why not take a dip in one of these beautiful outdoor pools? They’re a sure fire way to help you cool down after work and or enjoy the weekend in a state of total relaxation.
Andrew (Boy) Charlton Pool, Mrs Macquaries Road, Sydney
With amazing views, a cafe and various sports on offer, this pool has it all! Use the pool to cool off after some yoga or even a Sandhill Warrior Session that includes sit ups, dips, swimming and stair work to get you bikini ready in no time! It’s open until 7pm every day making it a great place to cool off (or get some exercise in) after work!
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Olympic Pool, North Sydney
Right next to Luna Park and with stunning views of Sydney Harbour and the Harbour Bridge, the Olympic Pool in North Sydney is the perfect place to relax at the end of the week. Their Lane 9 gym is open to residents living close by or workers from North Sydney CBD and offers a number of classes throughout the week, including aqua aerobics! A whopping 86 world records have been set in this pool so we reckon it’s the best place to start swimming like a champion!
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Brighton Baths Health Club, Melbourne
The Brighton Baths Health Club is one of the most stylish health clubs we’ve ever seen! Indoor and outdoor facilities create the perfect atmosphere for you to work on all of your health and fitness goals, as well as relax and rejuvenate in their steam room. The club also offers kayaking and SUPing lessons making it the ultimate weekend or after work destination!
St Kilda Sea Baths, Melbourne
The St Kilda Sea Baths is the place to be this summer! With restaurants, bars, a gym, sea water pool, award winning day spa and a stunning location it’s definitely much more than just an average outdoor pool! You could even swim the St Kilda Mile on 13 December for charity with Olympic swimmer Michael Klim.