Andrew (Boy) Charlton Pool
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Set on the shores of Woolloomooloo Bay near the Royal Botanic Gardens, the Andrew Boy Charlton (ABC) Pool offers breathtaking views of Sydney Harbour and provides a tranquil environment for swimming, relaxation and socialising.
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Andrew Boy Charlton Pool next to the Royal Botanic Gardens and overlooking Wooloomoolloo Bay is an amazing spot to relax and swim for fun or training lanes.
An iconic local outdoor pool where Sydneysiders go to cool off, catch some sunshine and show off. Great views across to the historic Wooloomooloo Bay Wharf building. A great place to cool off after a walk around the Botanic Garden across to the Sydney Opera House. Includes a smaller, heated,…
This is a fantastic pool close to the Art Gallery of NSW. It is sited alongside the harbour. The cafe is terrific for coffee and a snack.
Our favourite pool if you enjoy swimming. There is a 50m outdoor laned pool. The water is heated and filtered from the harbour making it unique and healthy to swim in. There is a children's pool, cafe and lifeguards on duty. Only open in the summer months.
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