Poolside Cafe at Andrew (Boy) Charlton is the Domain’s best kept secret.

Located on the fringe of the Royal Botanic Gardens, the cafe has a prime position with the leafy precinct of Mrs Macquarie’s Point on one side and Woolloomooloo Bay on the other.

Enjoy the panoramic views over Sydney Harbour and watch the lapping swimmers from behind the café’s floor to ceiling glass windows or the open-air terrace. Pool patrons can pop upstairs to grab a bite to eat or you can breeze in from the Domain for breakfast & Campos coffee or enjoy lunch with a glass of wine.

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POOLSIDE is open seven days a week for breakfast and lunch and is fully licensed (Hours vary during pool off-season).

POOLSIDE is also available for corporate events, product launches, fashion shows, weddings & private parties.

IMAGE CREDIT – LA TESSA PHOTOGRAPHY