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Terribly dangerous, yet astoundingly beautiful pool. The waves often break into the pool and it is pitch black at night time. Can't believe the council are so negligent in not providing some lighting - someone will fall, hurt themselves and sue them. Serene and lovely...More
Council have recently completed excellent new stairs and swimming platform to make this a truly inviting coastal experience. Amazing the think this was all cut out of rock by convict labour in 1819 so Commandant Morisset could have his own private coastal rock platform bathing...More
This is the most amazing place to swim! Out of the way to get there but the best to find and swim. They have improved the setting with much safer stairs for access. The rocks around it remain slippery. Go in low tide, too dangerous...More
Be sure to take a wander down to this gem. Take a swim infront of the crashing sea and watch the sprays fly into the sky. Prob be a good little snorkeling spot too not sure if theres much fish etc but plently of different...More
Rediscovered this amazing beauty. Such a gem in the middle of Newcastle. We parked in King Edward Park and walked down. About a five minute walk. Easy to do. Stairs have been built to the pool. Not much room at the pool so take as...More
I lived a short walk from the Bogey Hole whilst on an exchange placement studying in at Newcastle University. The Bogey Hole was one of my favourite spots! It was never that busy when I went even in the summer. Depending on how the tide/...More
We ventured out from the central coast to see it and it is a lovely view. But i would make it as part of a day trip. Find other things to do in Newcastle and go when it is not cold and raining. That was...More