Warrnambool Winter Solstice Swim

Friday 21st of June 2024 - Friday 21st of June 2024

Dive into the Winter Solstice with the Warrnambool Penguins... read more.

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Pertobe Road, Warrnambool, VIC, 3280
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Dive into the Winter Solstice with the Warrnambool Penguins!

Get ready to embrace the magic of the season as they kick off the winter solstice with an invigorating morning swim in the beautiful ocean waters of Warrnambool. Dive into the crisp morning waves, celebrating the start of winter in true coastal style!

After your refreshing swim, they’ll gather fellow ocean enthusiasts and head to the luxurious Deep Blue Geo-Thermal Baths for a relaxing evening soak starting at 6pm. Let the soothing warmth of the geothermal waters melt away any lingering chill as they come together to unwind and share stories of the morning adventure.

Whether you’re a seasoned swimmer or simply looking to connect with nature and community, this event promises to be a memorable experience for all. So grab your swimsuit, gather your friends, and join in for a day of oceanic bliss and camaraderie with the Warrnambool Penguins!

Don’t miss out—RSVP now and mark your calendars for a day of sea, sun, and celebration!

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