When it comes to hot, sweaty Australia, the sunbathe is hotter than ever

The Australian capital has been transformed into a super sauna.

The city is being transformed into an indoor hot tub.

And that’s just the start.

The super saunas are being installed all over the city and they’re coming in the summer too.

“There’s been a big boom in the super sauns in Australia, and there’s going to be a boom in what we call the summer super sausages,” Mayor Lisa Scullion told Sky News.

The new indoor sauna system has been built in the heart of the city’s business district and is set to open next week.

“It’s a really cool place to be, it’s been renovated and it’s got a very beautiful view,” she said.

“We’ve got a lot of hot water, we’ve got an electric shower, we have a steam room and the whole point of the sauna is that you get that extra 30 minutes of steam time.”

But if you want to be in the sun too, you’ll have to get a permit from the Australian Outdoor Industry Association (AOIA).

“It will be the first time that we’ve had an indoor saunah,” AOIA general manager Scott McInnes told Sky.

“It’s only a couple of weeks old, and it was just designed to be used for a year.”

And while some of the hot water is being supplied by the government, other hot water stations will be open from 10am to 4pm.

“The sun sauna’s designed to provide some really hot water at that time of day and not just the daytime, so we’re really excited to see it work,” Mr McInnses said.

The City of Sydney also has its own sauna, and its opening is scheduled for next month.

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