Bondi, Australia

Stroll through Bondi to Coogee

One of Sydney’s most picturesque attractions is the Bondi to Coogee coastal walk. Journey over the six-kilometer cliff top trail between Tamarama, Bronte, Clovelly and Coogee beaches, after starting the trail at the Bondi Icebergs ocean pool. On each way, the walk will take just about a one hour. Pass through the parks, cafés and picnic spots, every beach possesses distinctive charm. Whether you prefer the surf at Tamarama or the calm water of Bronte’s ocean pool, there are also many options to swim along the way. There is a well-known scuba diving and snorkeling spot called Clovelly to the little oasis of Gordons Bay which you can also visit.

Watsons Bay

Take the road less used and extend your legs on the seven kilometer Federation Cliff Walk from Bondi to Watsons Bay, enabling 1 1/2 hours each way. For whale watching from months of May to November, this is one of Sydney’s best spots.

Go Through Bondi’s Dining place

One of Sydney’s most popular dining destinations is Bondi, thanks to a combination of innovative restaurants, friendly takeout joints, and fresh vibe cafés. At the other end of the beach, North Bondi Fish – a relaxed eatery and seafood as the prime menu, a proof to the restaurant’s beach site. As beachgoers start to move off from the sand, Bondi’s bars get full at sunset.

Enjoy Bondi farmers market

Bondi locals make the weekly farmers market their first port of call every Saturday. Get yourself up early to secure a spot on the grass and indulge in popular dishes like Mr. Bao steamed buns filled with karaage chicken or delectable Vietnamese street food from Bar Pho. It’s best to purchase all sorts of locally made gifts like honey, jams olive oils, herbs and spices at the same time have the chance to meet the producers.

Surf, Swim, and Relax

As swimmers, surfers and photographers all head for the beach, Bondi wakes with the sunrise, it’s a hive of activity from morning to night. An indication of the safest areas for swimming are sets of flags dotted forth the sand. If it’s your first-time to surf, Let’s Go Surfing provides a number of private and group lessons manage by professional surfers. Bondi’s landmark for more than 100 years, it’s a must take a dip in Sydney’s most famous pool.




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