Bondi | New South Wales
Bondi is the most celebrated beach in the country, a kilometre of golden grains where Sydney’s beautiful people come to bare it all. Bondi Beach is the closest ocean beach to the centre of Sydney, (about a 20-minute drive) so expect a busy and vibrant beach culture with plenty of fun and accommodation for tourists and backpackers.
As well as the essential ingredients – booming surf, seagulls riding the breeze, the smell of sun-block – Bondi has a style all its own.
Bondi also has a vibrant café and restaurant culture. Campbell Parade, which runs along the back of the beach, is a near-continuous strip of outdoor cafes and gelato bars.
Main AttractionsMain attractions in Bondi include going surfing on Bondi beach, shopping, café and dining while enjoying the sea views. Don't miss swimming in Bondi’s Icebergs pool near the breakwater or enjoying a Gelato.
Nearby attractions include the Bondi to Bronte Walk Winding south from Bondi past sea-sculpted sandstone, the footpath takes you on a roller-coaster ride to Tamarama Beach – “Glamarama” to the locals - Bronte with refreshment stops and sparkling views all the way. Note the real estate – some of Sydney’s glossiest.
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