Merewether Ocean Bath
About Merewether Ocean Bath
The sound of gently lapping waves and salty air fills your senses as you walk through the lush green forest on a perfect summer day. You come upon an ocean bath where two pools await, one for adults and another exclusively for children; it's always been their dream to take advantage of this wonderful spot together with all members present! As soon as you arrive at Merewether Ocean Bath during peak season (June - September) there is no choice but to be captivated by its beauty: blue skies overhead coupled with warm sunshine bathing everything in light.
The bath is a popular destination with locals and tourists alike. It's subject to maintenance, but you can visit anytime during its opening hours! There are several restaurants located right outside the door that offer diverse cuisine from around Europe: Cafe Zeytoon (Persian Cuisine), One Penny Black cafes & restaurants or Cazador Mediterranean Kitchen if one prefers something more global in perspective?
What To Do At Merewether Ocean Bath
It's a great spot for all ages. There are two large ocean baths; one deep with diving blocks (one of the largest in Australia) and another shallow where you can enjoy swimming during summer months without getting wet - perfect if your child doesn't want to get cold! The Merewether Ocean Baths cater towards people coming together whether they're competitive swimmers or just wants some leisure time away from their parent's watchful eye. Pack up the family car + snacks on this memorable trip down south when we visit our favourite beach town at last.
If you’re looking for a quick escape from the hustle and bustles of everyday life, head down to this serene beach. The calm waters are perfect for swimming in while enjoying some tasty food right outside your door! There isn't any shade at all so make sure to pack plenty of sunscreens as well as sun-safe clothing because even though it might seem like there would be protection by walking around with an umbrella or shade tent but don't forget about buckets/spades that should also come into play if we want our visit hereto remain fun-filled. A variety of seats exist including benches along with both pools where one may take shelter during periods when storms roll through.
The best way to spend your day at the Merewether Ocean Baths is by taking advantage of their year-round, subject only to maintenance and cleaning pools. The grounds are easily accessible with concrete paths that lead you straight into each pool from which there are ample toilet/shower amenities available (including hot showers). There’s also plenty of free parking outside on roads or in car parks but remember this venue can get crowded during popular seasons so try earlier times before they fill up.
One local company in Newcastle involved in this tourist attraction is:
Address: Unit 15/102 Bridge St, Waratah NSW 2298
Phone: (02) 4003 6447