VIDEO: Take a 360-degree dip in some of the more than 100 ocean baths and rock pools in New South Wales, Australia.
By: Tahria Sheather, JoAnna Klein, Kaitlyn Mullin and Veda Shastri
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Ocean pools are an important feature of the Australian coastline particularly in New South Wales. Ocean pools or ocean baths are defined as public seawater pools sited on a rocky surf coast, so that waves can wash into the pool.
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