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BEAT THE EXTREME HEATWAVE: Top 10 Swimming Spots In Australia

February 11, 2017 OTA News No Comments Email Email

It is official: HEATWAVES across Australia are getting hotter, longer and more frequent. There is no better time to go for a dip. While you at it, why not make a mini vacation out of it? Booking.com has done some diggings and find out the swimming spots in Australia. 

 Lizard Island Resort, Cairns 

The award-winning Lizard Island Resort is right on the Great Barrier Reef, fringed with 24 white beaches. It offers a freshwater pool and a restaurant serving Australian, Asian and European cuisine. What else can you ask you?

 

Holiday Inn Old Sydney

When one thinks of Sydney’s iconic landmarks, the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House may come to mind. Both can be appreciated from this rooftop swimming pool.

 

Crown Metropol Melbourne

It’s as if you are merging into the surrounding landscape, Melbourne’s mesmerizing city lights, in this infinity pool at Crown Metropol Melbourne. 

 

Discovery Parks Barossa Valley, Tanunda 

Would like to escape with the family? Located in the heart of the Barossa Valley wine region, just a 2-minute drive from Tanunda town centre, Discovery Parks – Barossa Valley features an outdoor pool, conference facilities and an inflatable trampoline. The even better news – it has launched a water park!

Koonyum Range Retreat, Byron Bay Hinterland

For ultimate rejuvenation and breathtaking views of rolling hills and ocean, this infinity pool is hard to ignore when staying at Koonyum Range Retreat. Astral Tower and residences at The Star, Sydney

You will feel like a million dollars when swimming in this glamourous pool, even if the night before left you mourning the money you lost in The Star Casino.

Orpheus Island Resort, Queensland

You could go snorkeling, diving and fishing, or you could just choose to relax in the swimming pool and enjoy the Coral Sea backdrop, the sun setting over the white sands and the bright pink sky.

Bamurra Plains, Northern Territory

The cooling waters of the infinity pool is a relaxing place to watch both bird and animal life graze the exotic landscape of Kakadu National Park.

Pullman Resort Bunker Bay

Perched high up, with views over Bunker Bay, this infinity pool is the perfect place to soak up the Western Australia sunshine.

Discovery Parks Maidens Inn, Moama 

Now with an exciting new water park, Discovery Parks – Moama East is located on the banks of the Murray River, 2.5 hours’ drive north of Melbourne. Guest facilities include a swimming pool and children’s playground. This holiday park offers fully-equipped cabin accommodation with air conditioning, lounge and dining areas. Let the fun times roll!

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