Staying at Thredbo in the NSW Snowy Mountains in April this year we encountered a potpourri of pools.
On the trek up to Mt Kosciuszko we passed small pools formed among the rocks and melting snow.
Not far from the lake we came across a whale; well, that's what it looked like to us!
On the chairlift heading back to the village we spotted the round pool at the Alpine Lodge.
Trekking up to our apartment we dropped into the Denman (originally Bursill's Lodge), which used to have pool.
Now a restaurant, the Bursill's pool (built in the late 1950s) was a gathering place for a schnapps and swim after a day on the slopes, and was the scene of many parties.
After tackling the Merrits Nature Track (uphill option) we ventured over to the Thredbo Leisure Centre for some high altitude training.
We returned to this AIS-accredited pool the next day as snow flurries were falling.
Heading home we stopped in Jindabyne for a walk by the town's very big pool, Lake Jindabyne.
|Photo from Snowy Valley Resort website.|
But all we found at the Snowy Valley Resort was a building site and a hotel temporarily closed for business.