THE HISTORIC ICEBERGS AT BONDI BEACH SYDNEY
The Bondi Icebergs Club is an international landmark, and no trip to Sydney is complete without having been to Bondi and dropped in to see us at the club.
The Clubhouse sits above the historic Icebergs Pool located at the southern end of Bondi Beach. Access to the club is from Notts Avenue.
Bondi Icebergs Club is easily accessible by both public and private transport. There are many bus routes that stop at the top of the street, and parking options on the beach and nearby. More information on getting to and from Bondi Beach can be found here.
Bondi Beach is listed as an Australian Heritage Landmark, and has become known as the quintessential Australian beach. Australian beach culture wouldn't be what it is today without the superb natural platform of Bondi Beach, with our country's first documented surf life saving club dating back to 1907 on the iconic stretch of sand.
As surf life savers became a symbol for the site, a new group of swimming enthusiasts started up called 'The Icebergs'. If you wanted to be a part of the club, swimmers had to rough the freezing water and swim at least three out of every four Sundays of the month in the winter weather. In 2014, Bondi Icebergs Club celebrated their 85th Anniversary, and still runs to the same rules today.
Mon - Fri: 11am - Late
Sat & Sun: 9am - Late
Public Hols: 12pm - 10pm
Mon - Fri: 6.00am - 6.30pm
Sat & Sun: 6.30am - 6.30pm
Sauna Closes 6.20PM
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