Though Bondi is less than ten kilometres from the CBD, it feels a world apart from the hustle and bustle of city life.
One of the most spectacular walks in the world - experience the famous Bondi to Coogee walk.
Located in the centre of Bondi Beach, just beyond the promenade, Bondi Pavilion is a key part of Bondi’s history and an iconic part of the beachfront.
At the northern end of Bondi Beach, the Bondi Baths were built in the late 1880s.
Though it’s hard to imagine now, the park behind Tamarama Beach was once home to a very colourful amusement park.
Bronte Park & Baths
The magnificent Bronte Baths were built in 1887, and remain largely the same today.
Some impressive Aboriginal rock carvings can be found in various locations around the Bondi area.
The Intertidal Protected Areaand Aquatic Reserve
The Intertidal Protected Area extends from South Bondi to North Tamarama. The Aquatic Reserve extends from South Bronte to North Coogee.
(Image Credit: Destination NSW)
Perched right on the ocean’s edge, Waverely Cemetery is one of the world’s more scenic operational cemeteries.