From lap pools to ocean pools, harbour pools to waterfalls, Sydney is arguably the best major city in Australia for swimming, if not the world! And Places We Swim Sydney covers the very best of the city's famous and hidden swimming spots.

After the success of their first book, Places We Swim, authors Caroline Clements and Dillon Seitchik-Reardon have followed up with a deep dive into Sydney in this ultimate city guide to the aqueous outdoors. Places We Swim Sydney is divided into six city regions, encompassing walks and swims within two hours of the CBD - from Manly in the north, to Maroubra in the east, Royal National Park in the south, and out to the Blue Mountains in the west. You'll discover just what makes each swimming spot unique, learn the best time to go, gain some useful local knowledge and find out the most delicious things to eat nearby.

With destinations ranging from neighbourhood city pools to gorges that feel like the outback, Places We Swim Sydney is a celebration of not just these magnificent swimming locations, but of the diverse landscapes and water-loving communities that make up Sydney.



ISBN: 9781741177077
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 256
Edition: First Edition, Flexibound
Publication Date: 7 Oct 2020
Publisher: Explore Australia
Publication City, Country: South Yarra, Australia
Dimensions (cm): 24(H) x 21(L)
Weight (gm): 980


Author Biography

Caroline Clements is a writer and creative producer and was the founding editor of Broadsheet. She has produced cookbooks and produce guides in Melbourne and Sydney. Dillon Seitchik-Reardon is an environmental scientist and photographer and has co-written gardening books for the Little Veggie Patch Co. Together they have written and photographed Places We Swim Sydney, with contributions by Benjamin Law, Aquabumps, Giovanni Pilu, Remy Gerega, Hetty McKinnon, Jane de Graaff, Nicholas Jordan, Imogen Eveson, Helena Dolby, Luisa Brimble, Teigan Nash, Marlee Silva, Therese Spruhan, Ruby Langton-Batty and Nikki To, among others.
Places We Swim Sydney: A city guide for water-loving people

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