Places We Swim
Places We Swim
Places We Swim
Places We Swim
Places We Swim

Places We Swim

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Why we love?

You know that exhilarating rush you get when you first dive into cool blue water?! Well, this book evokes exactly that feeling for us... Those days of summer, that quintessential Australian spirit, the way that swimming spots bring communities, families and friends together.  

We love this exploration of our magical country, filled to the brim with both urban and off-the-beaten-track spots that'll have you planning, perhaps even obsessing, over where to swim next. 


From lap pools to ocean pools, rockpools to hot springs, Places We Swim covers the breadth of Australia, bringing you the 60 best places to swim, dive, jump, paddle and float around the country.

You'll discover just what makes each swimming spot unique, learn the best time to go, gain some useful local knowledge and find out the best things to see and do in the area. With destinations ranging from the neighbourhood city pool to remote outback waterfalls, this book is a celebration of not just these magnificent swimming spots, but of the diverse landscapes and communities that make up Australia.


208 Pages

Flexi bound book

Dimensions 24 x 21 cms

Written by Caroline Clements and Dillon Seitchik-Reardon:

Dillon Seitchik-Reardon is an environmental scientist, author, photographer and video producer originally from New Mexico, USA. In one way or another, his work is always about helping people return to nature. Dillon has worked extensively with the Little Veggie Patch Co. to encourage city dwellers to grow food, and has co-authored two books on the topic: DIY Garden Projects (2016) and Grow. Food. Anywhere(2017). He has now launched Places We Swim with Caroline Clements, and together they are exploring Australian identity through the places we swim.

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