Sydney, Australia

Greenwich Baths, Sydney

Greenwich Baths

Looking East from Greenwich Baths
to Sydney

The Greenwich Baths has been operating since 1916 making it a popular local swimming hole for the past century.

It's a council owned harbour side enclosed beach which is run by facility management company BlueFit Leisure. The baths are a life guarded beach ideal for families seeking a fun, safe and relaxing day out.

There is also a kiosk at the beach selling snacks and drinks and free deck chairs available for your comfort while you soak up the sun.


Location: Near Greenwich Point, Greenwich (about 5 kilometre's NW of Sydney CBD).
Telephone: +61 2 9438 5922
Open: Every day between September to April with times varying depending on the Season.
Website: Greenwich Baths

Getting There

By Bus: Catch Bus number 265 from Milsons Point (First train station on north side of Sydney Harbour Bridge). It's a short walk from the bus stop.

By Train: Alight at Wollstonecraft Station on the North Shore & Western Line. After alighting it's at least a 30 minute walk south to Greenwich Baths. Although a pleasant walk along meandering tranquil residential streets it does tend to be a little hilly.

By Ferry: Approximately a 20 minute trip from Wharf 5 Circular Quay. The Ferry arrives hourly at Greenwich pier.