Bondi Iceberg is a landmark of Bondi Beach for over 100 years. You can enjoy some laps in the 50-meter Olympic pool or take the kids in the smaller kid’s pool.
An Australian guy, Andrew Richdale posted a shot of the Bondi Icebergs Club pools on his Instagram account. These two adjoining pools projecting out into the ocean. It’s just breathtaking and creates a dramatic scene. The scene which is comprised of turquoise, relatively calm water; put almost destructively against a harsh ocean whose waves burst out over the concrete. And because of its thunder beauty, it’s named as one of the most Instagrammable places in the world.
Fully qualified lifeguards patrol the pools during opening hours. This is a true Ocean Pool.
See all those colors of blue here. The Bondi Icebergs Club was started in 1929, and it was built to keep the lifeguard in shape when the ocean was too cold to swim.
Sits perched the cobalt waves of the Pacific, but you can see 12 more Technicolor beaches.
On the Bondi to Coogee Coastal walk, the 3.5-mile path huge the Cliff Faces.
Take in the stunning Scenery. Like the colorful rock formation lining Tamarama Beach.
Get your jog on at sunrise for optimal views, and feel free to bring Fido.
Refuel at coffee shops and restaurants along the way.
Although Body Icebergs Club is a swimming club, non-members can use the pool by paying a nominal fee.
Millions of people visit the coastal walk each year. It even gets a little Crowed on the water.
To be an “iceberg”, or to become an elite club member, you have to complete 75 swims in total of five years.
In April, the pool was drained by the Maurice Terzini for the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Show. Needless to say, it did an excellent catwalk.
Even with most things, the evening lights on the Bondi Icebergs Club pool look very good.