Sucker for an infinity pool on vacation? We’ve found the best ones nestled across the hills of NSW.
When it comes to escaping the hustle and bustle, we often turn to our NSW backyard for a relaxing getaway. From cute eco-friendly Airbnb’s to luxury accommodations with restaurants on-site, there’s an array of beautiful stays across the state. We can all agree that it’s hard to pass up an infinity pool with a view. You may have to drop a couple more 000s, but that’s overlooked when you’re dipping in and out of a sparkling pool, peering out onto rolling greenfields and feeling like you’re on the edge of the world.
This summer, nothing is stopping us from packing our bags and booking a boujee accommodation with an infinity pool. After hours of research and a growing wanderlust for our next getaway, here is our carefully curated guide to the most beautiful infinity pools you can book on your next NSW vacay.
Ocean Farm, Gerringong
Take a trip down the south coast and you’ll find Ocean Farm in Gerringong. This beautiful modern farmhouse is perfect for a secluded escape with up to 12 guests. There’s plenty of beaches, rainforests and trails to explore, plus a stunning infinity pool nestled in the hills. Find out more here
When you want to experience the beauty of Byron Bay without the busyness, we’d take a trip to Edwingsdale where you’ll find Soma. Set on 22-acres of rainforest, the accommodation is a lavish escape with floor to ceiling windows, freshwater pools and yoga domes. Find out more here
Pretty Beach House, Bouddi National Park
Just a 90-minute drive from Sydney, Pretty Beach House is a laidback accommodation experience in the heart of the Bouddi National Park. With a day spa on-site and natural beauty all around, this is one of the most unique spots to escape to in NSW. Find out more here
Bannisters By The Sea, Mollymook
Discover a picture-perfect coastal retreat with uninterrupted ocean views in scenic Mollymook. Bannisters by the Sea combines cliff-top views with luxury accommodation and superb dining to give you a south coast experience like no other. Find out more here
Bannisters Port Stephens
Bannisters’ newest hotel is the ultimate stylish getaway recalling the sunny day holiday vibes of the sixties and seventies. Port Stephens reimagines the stunning outlooks and impeccable menus you experience in Mollymook, combined with a renovated hotel experience across four levels. Find out more here
The Range, Byron Bay
Drawing on elements from Spain, The Range is a destination for those looking to immerse themselves in the beautiful architecture and natural surrounds. The 15-metre infinity pool looks over the sprawling Picadilly Hills as the ultimate relaxing escape. Find out more here
The Guest House, Fox Ground
The Guest House is an indulgent, luxury escape situated in a circular timber and glass louvred studio which appears to sit on top of the world. The place overlooks rolling green pastures and magnificent ocean views for a relaxing getaway. Find out more here
Park Hyatt, Sydney
We will admit that this technically isn’t an infinity pool, but we simply couldn’t leave it off the list with those iconic views. Park Hyatt is the city’s premier five-star hotel boasting views of the Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House. Suitable for all seasons with an outdoor heated pool, there’s no better place to book in Sydney. Find out more here
InterContinental, Double Bay
Know as the city’s intimate bayside retreat, the new 140 guests hotel is set in the former Double Bay Hotel. Built in 1991, the place has slept many celebrities including Madonna and Princess Diana. The hotel has just received a multimillion-dollar refurbishment with facilities including a ballroom, restaurant, bar and rooftop pool. Find out more here
The Outlook Cabana, Terrigal
Enjoy a swim in your beautiful private infinity pool when you stay at The Outlook Cabana. Relax on the balcony and take in the rainforest and ocean views. You can even kayak from the property to Terrigal beach. Find out more here
Crystalbrook, Byron Bay
Nestled in 45-acres of magical subtropical rainforest, Crystalbrook Byron is a celebration of nature, responsible luxury and the local environment. You’ll spend your days relaxing on a daybed, dipping in and out of the sparkling infinity pool and sipping cocktails. Find out more here
Blackbird, Byron Bay
The magnesium mineral swimming pool at Blackbird is surrounded by rainforest and boasts spectacular views eastwards to Cape Byron and the Pacific ocean. As well as this, there’s masseuses, chefs and an infra-red sauna on site so you never have to leave. Find out more here
If you’re leaving the city behind, check out these Eco-friendly Accommodations Across NSW.