Thursday, 29 May 2014

Kyeemagh, baths

Kyeemagh Baths are located on the shore of Botany Bay, in the southern suburb of Kyeemagh. There are a number of these netted swimming enclosures along Lady Robinson Beach including ones at Brighton-Le-Sands, Ramsgate and Sandringham. In the distance are the airport runways at Mascot that jut into the bay and the cranes from Port Botany.
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19 comments:

  1. Just looked up Kyeemagh Baths Jim and they sound very much like the shallow beach at Hillary's Marina.. excellent spot for families with young kids.

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  2. What a beautiful place, perfect white sands and deep blue water. Gorgeous.

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  3. That water does look most inviting. Interesting that they should call this beach a bath.

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    1. The netted swimming enclosures are known as baths but most people would say they are going to the beach.

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  4. Beautiful beach. I am ready to splash about. MB

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  5. It would be quite an unusual experience bathing in the sea and watching the jumbos landing not too far away.

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  6. Very pretty, and the beach looks so inviting!

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  7. DO the nets really keep things out? Or does it just make people feel safer?

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    1. They would keep sharks out although I'm not sure that many sharks would come into the bay.

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  8. interesting that they call them 'baths' but hope the nets do a good job at keeping danger at bay!

    thanks for linking!

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  9. ohhh, I can feel the lovely warm sand on my feet already..... love a little fence in the sand...with scrubby long beach grasses .....

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  10. Lovely!

    Thank you for joining Water World Wednesday
    Kim,USA

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  11. 'bathing' in the sea sounds a quaintly old fashioned term to my ears.

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