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March 14, 2022

Update 14 March 2022:

Woolwich Baths are now open.

You can check the latest water quality advice via the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage website.

10 March 2022:

Due to recent heavy rainfall affecting water quality, Woolwich Baths is closed until further notice.

The baths, and other tidal pools across Sydney, will remain closed until water quality improves.

You can check conditions and forecasts for Woolwich Baths and other swimming spots on the Beachwatch page of the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage website.

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