Bondi Beach is an exemplary gateway to the coastline of Sydney with busy surfers enjoying the adrenaline rush waves, beach goers sun tanning and locals having a picnic day out. Take a walk along the coastal line (coast walk with proper signboards) from Bondi to Coogee beach which is a 2 hour walk on the cliff and rock settlement along the coast. Enjoy your lunch at one of the food junctions in Coogee beach and take the bus back to downtown.
Join the rest of the bronzed locals and soak up the rays at famous Bondi Beach – mingle with the “Bondi Beauties” (but don’t disturb their coconut-oiled siestas) and go for a swim, catch some waves, or just work on your own tan. The beach is large with plenty of sand real estate, but check the current conditions before you head out with a board. There are also enclosed swimming pools at various fitness centers nearby, all of which border the ocean and often receive backsplash from the waves.
Today we took our first trip to Bondi, which I wasn't too impressed with to be completely honest. It was pretty windy and full of people with nothing much to do if you can't surf... maybe some surfing lessons should come in order!
Although if I had to chose between Southend-on-sea and here... guess where I would pick? The six packs on show here aren't the kind that you buy in Tesco!
Well if you are here during November, you would be pleased to know that Bondi plays host to the Sculpture Walk. This walk takes place on the coastal path to Bronte. The walk is an already beautiful one, the sculpture adds to the scenic splendor of this path. If you have time, it's worth continuing the walk along the coast from Bronte to Coogee.
Bondi Beach is Australia's most famous beach with glorious golden sands, stunning surf and a vibrant seaside village. It's a great destination for people-watching, surfing, swimming, shopping and dining in one of the 130+ cafes and restaurants. It is a real crowd-puller.
Today it was Bondi, which took two hours to get to via two buses. It was worth it, though, for its iconic views and first glimpse at surfers for my pal. On the way back, we squeezed in Darling Harbor afterward for a peak inside Wildlife World. At night, we got sweaty at a house party in Neutral Bay, a little ahead of Darling Harbor, and finished up at the Oaks Hotel, in Neutral Bay.