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Bondi to Bronte Coastal Walk: Spectacular Scenery
The Bondi Beach to Bronte Beach Coastal Walk is spectacular, with dramatic cliff tops to small, intimate beaches. This walk is a great, invigorating experience.
The walk is approx 2.5kms one way, medium grade and with some steps. Picnic areas and most beaches have BBQs, kiosks and toilets.
If you just want to walk one way (doesn't sound far, but is a little more adventurous than it sounds) you can catch the 378 bus back to Bondi Junction.
Bondi Beach (pronounced "bond-eye") is the coolest beach in Sydney. Given that there are over 20 great beaches in Sydney, Bondi is something special. It is great at all times of the day. The sand is great. The water perfect - not too cold, not too deep, not much of a rip. It can be crowded on really hot days. Topless women tend to sunbathe near the northern end of the beach - near the family rock pool - away from the perv's.
- Family Travel
It's the beach most people think of when they think of Australia. I was a little disappointed with the size of it - I thought it would be bigger. I wouldn't swim there myself but it is good for peoplewatching. You can either just sit on the steps or get a drink at one of the cafes on Campbell Parade.
Head to the Beach. Bondi...
Head to the Beach. Bondi Beach.
The beach is beautiful. So are the women. Besides, if you get tired of lazing in the sand, you can always hike down a couple of beaches, taking in all kinds of scenery along the way.
- Hiking and Walking
-Bondi - Bronte Walk
-By far one of the most spectacular walks around the metropolitan area. This walk takes approx 30-45min and takes you from the famous Bondi Beach to Bronte Beach passing by Tamarama Beach too. This walk passes by some very interesting cliffs like MacKenzies Point. This walk continues further from Bronte to Coogee Beach (if you have the energy to continue).
Go to Bondi Beach one of the...
Go to Bondi Beach one of the most famous beaches in the world. It certainly is big and great for surfing and boogie boarding.
Great place to meet people, local aussies or fellow backpackers. Good shopping and restaurants along the beachfront and Bondi area.
You MUST visit Bondi beach! Although a major tourist spot, you cannot beat it for people watching, and standing back to watch a mish-mash of cultures bathing in the ocean waves. In the summer, there are thousands of people at any time basking in the sun, a mixture of locals, tourists, families, the elderly ... you name it, its here. And for good reason too, it is a great atmosphere. Make sure you bring sunscreen and your hat, though! Don't fear in the colder months, Bondi is always a beautiful place to be. If you get tired of the beach, there are scores of cafes and restaurants 2 mins away on Campbell Parade. Try Gelbison, Liberty Lunch or Yulla. On Sunday and Wednesday nights, the Beach Road Hotel is your local hangout (on Beach Road - of course ... about 10 mins walk from the beach) (pic above left: Me, Tanya and Amanda New Years Day 2000, posing as tourists - click on the image and check out how packed it was!)
People-watching at Bondi
Well, for me it was not unique, as this was where I stayed, and most mornings involved a stroll down Campbell Parade. But Bondi does attract some of the posier people, and it's fun to watch the posers do their thing, whether that be ride up and down the strip on oversized Harleys or check their tanned reflections in the shop windows.
The picture above was taken at sunrise on Bondi (you can see the volleyball stadium in the distance). Even at this time people were up and about running or, and perhaps this is predictable, doing a spot of Tai Chi!
Chill out at BONDI BEACH!
Chill out at BONDI BEACH!
Bondi Beach absolutely needs no explanation. If you're lucky, you can even spot the likes of Elle MacPherson and other illustrious people sunbathing here (read: It's the Aussie version of the French Reviera). Yeah, that's me in the pic before I changed into my swim wear....
Go to Bondi Beach and have...
Go to Bondi Beach and have some fun (pronounced Bondae)The neighbourhood is great too. It is only 15 minutes from Sydney.
Go for the catch of the day at Hugos on Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach or get a beer at the Bondi Icebergs.
There's more to Sydney than Bondi beach...
Bondi is a very famous beach but there are so many other beaches that it's hard to choose after you've seen a few.
I drove around Sydney and some bays and beaches are as amazing as Bondi beach.
The waves are big enough for surfing. It was rather quiet when we visited during Winter... too cold to swim or surf!
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One of the loveliest beaches...when the time we make it there around 4:30pm ...mmmmm...it was almost empty and its windy too.
Famous the world over for it's surfing fraternity and it doesn't disappoint. Very picturesque beach and seafront and there are plenty of surfers to gawp at waiting for the "Big One" to arrive.
it wasn't exactly beach weather when we got to bondi beach. but it was fun watching the surfers falling off their boards...lol
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