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We all have our favourite pool games (read: the pool games we’re best at) but summer is long and hot in Australia so a little variety never goes astray.
Often living in the shadow if its northern states, Victoria can sometimes be overlooked for magnificent places to swim. Well fear not, southern dwellers we've got you covered for the summer.
When most people think of Adelaide they might think of Rundle Mall, a tram or churches but it’s a little less likely that that’d think of a pristine beach where you can swim with dolphins.
Many of us spent hours in our younger years swimming laps of a pool either during swim school or as a part of a club. You might have fond memories of this or simply be looking for another way to stay fit and active.
As the temperature warms up in New South Wales for summer, it’s a great opportunity to look beyond the beach and get out of the city for your weekend swimming. Check out the best waterfalls in New South Wales. And yes, you can swim at them all!
If you’re on this page you probably already full subscribe to the swimming-for-health mantra, but what you may not know about is all the amazing work outs and exercises that can be done with the humble kickboard.
Cauliflower is in season and while you may have memories of bland florets on your plate as a child, the new take on cauliflower is a low energy, filling alternative to rice that’s perfect fuel for a recreational swimmer as we head into spring.
Take in the panoramic views of the double waterfall and monsoon forest surrounds at Florence Falls in the Northern Territory.
Swimming Pools might not be the most exciting dinner party conversation but they could just get a look in when armed with funny facts like this.
There are a lot of turns! Because the pool is only 25 metres in length (instead of the usual 50m)
Snorkelling is a convenient pastime for those of us who want to admire Australia’s underwater beauty without strapping a tank of oxygen to our faces.
It’s hard to imagine that there was a time where Icebergs Bondi was more than a trending hashtag and the most Instagrammed pool in Australia.