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Mahon Pool, Maroubra

(4.9/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
Mahon Pool is located in Maroubra. Use our Maroubra travel itinerary planner to visit Mahon Pool on your trip to Maroubra, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • This is a natural pool located near Maroubra Beach. It allows you to swim in sea water without the big waves you will get at the beach. It is family friendly and the pool is not very deep. There are t...  more »
  • The waves crash into this pool regularly which makes for turbulent oxygenated water which is fun if you like bobbing about The force of the water does concern some parents a times but its mostly a fam...  more »
  • What's paradise without a salt water rock pool. Reasonably easy to park for those that insist on driving. Toilets and changing facilities are basic but what a view. Water was a refreshing temperature ...  more »
Google
  • Set just north of the beautiful Maroubra beach this secluded ocean pool is set among the rocky cliffs. Striking views out to the sea and gentle waters make an ideal combination to relax and enjoy.
  • Beautiful Rockpool. I have seen it both very peaceful and easy to swim. And also very scary with waves crashing against side.
  • A beautiful location to enjoy the sun, go for a walk, picnic, swim and even spot some whales.
  • Awesome spot when there is big waves! Otherwise still good for swimming a few laps
  • Amazing place where you can enjoy waves in the pool. Or if you prefer to stay dry, watch whales