The Bondi Icebergs are easily the most famous pools in the world. Scroll through Instagram and you will have surely seen them. Beloved by locals and tourists alike the pools are straight out of a dream. Forget about the days when a stunning pool overlooked the ocean, the Bondi icebergs are part of the ocean.
The club features a 50-metre Olympic pool & kids’ pool. Created in 1929 as a winter swimming club for local life guards it is now welcome to all. The clubhouse opened in 2002, has bar, brasserie and the fine dining restaurant for those who wish to remain dry. Visiting the Bondi Icebergs is an absolute must and is a great budget friendly activity.
I got to visit the Bondi Icebergs twice and can attest to their beauty. This is one of my favorite places to photograph in Sydney. It is a great place to relax for the day and take in the gorgeous view of Bondi Beach.
How to Visit the Bondi Icebergs
There is a sauna that is included in the price of your pool admission. There’s a stand by the pool serving drinks and snacks. If you are looking for a fancier meal head to Icebergs Dinning Room. There is no parking set aside for the club and can be hard to find a spot.
- Adult: $6.50 AUD
- Children: $4.50 AUD
- Spectator: $4.50 AUD
- Monday to Friday: 6 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
- Saturday to Sunday: 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
- Bondi Icebergs Club
- 1 Notts Ave, Bondi NSW 2026