Constructed in the 1880s, Bronte Baths is an ocean pool Built into the the sandstone cliffs in the 1880s, Bronte Baths is an ocean pool at the southern end of Bronte Beach. The pool is roughly 38 metres long and there are several marked lanes for 30 metre lap swimming. Swimming these lanes, in this pre-olympic pool, are popular with competitive swimmers who feel they gain a physical and psychological edge when switching down to the standard half size 25 metre Olympic pool. Bronte Baths Sydney is sheltered from the ocean, yet still filled with its salty waves. It’s an ideal place to go for dip anytime from sunrise through to sunset.
Although if the waves become too dangerous, then the ocean pool can be temporarily closed.