Partially Accessible Sport & Leisure In Notts AvenueBondi Icebergs Pool
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Last update at Oct 24, 2022 5:59 AMThe famous Bondi Baths have been an historical landmark of Bondi Beach for over 100 years and are open to the public all year round. Featuring both a larger lap pool and smaller kid’s pool, qualified lifeguards are on patrol during opening hours all year round. Bondi Icebergs pool is not generally accessible to wheelchair users. Entry must first be made via the dirty goods service lift, with long waits and commutes to the normal persons access. they do not seem to want chair users. the main entrance is the Notts Avenue entrance, which is definitely not for chairs or the elderly. The club advise ringing ahead to let them know you’re coming so they can arrange access down to the pool. A bistro is available on site. but there is no attention to seamless access. There is no carparking or drop off sites for chair users, with the wheel from the beach only on the busy, narrow road at a nearly 30 degree incline. its inherently dangerous in many regards. Waverley council has at times tried to bring them into their service commitments as per their DA, but it became too tiresome. It's a shame as it's a lovely situation on Commonwealth land, but they just do not want chairs. The gorgeous beach to headland walkway, which they feed off of as it passes through it, has stairs on either side of Icebergs. so only for able bodied also. It's lovely, but just remember you are a second grade citizen, at best.
Some areas accessible
Wheelchair accessible toilet
No accessible parking
Accessible food or shop