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I visited after few years to swim some laps at a pool that is 25 meters and close by. This was the best benefit for me. This is a seawater pool which I did know but be mindful to bring a water bottle to have...More
I have been attending the sea baths for almost 9 years. Last year I had a serious injury and I put my account on hold. It came off hold and I was charged for four months. I asked for a refund on compassionate grounds and...More
Ahhh what has happened to this grand old lady! Parking is horrendous & costly, staff friendly but always on phones... pool clean but Criky the noise is ghastly due to the fact that on my enquirer it is almost a swimming school now.. with kiddies...More
Called up a few days before attending and asked if suitable for pregnant people and if we can hire towels, was advised yes on both.
Arrive on the day greeted with a less than warm welcome, more like stand there and wait for the receptionist...More
The Baths are quite historic but somehow this part of St Kilda and how the old baths have developed is not that good. There is still a pool but not outside and part of a commercial operation and some fairly average restaurants. The old building...More
We liked this place and found it to be relaxing. You can pop out to the beach and there are jets in the warm pool. You could probably sneak in through the back door and no one would notice, but that would not be ethical....More
I arrived mid way through June to find that winter can be cruel in Australia. But Melbourne bay at St Kilda is beautiful and the sea baths offer a unique way to enter the sea. The spa circuit provides a hot jacuzzi, steam rooms and...More