Bondi Beach is one of the world’s most recognized beach locations, with its characteristic stretch of fine sand and curling waves. Bondi is a great place to visit at any time of year in Australia. Sandstone headlands border the shore, which are popular for strolling, golfing, and whale viewing.
Bondi Beach is 30 minutes by train and bus from Town Hall Station and provides visitors with a peek into Australia’s laid-back beach culture. On Lets Go Surfing’s Discover Bondi Walking Tour, you can discover more about the beach and its history, as well as meet a Bondi surf lifesaver.
Picnics and fish and chips on the beach are popular, or dine at one of the lively cafés and pubs on Campbell Parade and neighboring streets that overlook the ocean.
Beach apparel and swimwear from Australian and international designers are a fun way to spend a few hours. Hostels and beautiful flats are among the options for lodging.
At one of the approved surf schools, even total beginners can learn to surf. Admire the abilities of surfers towards the southern end of the beach. On weekends, visit the Bondi Farmers Market on Saturday and the Bondi Markets on Sunday to mix with the locals.
One of the things to do in Bondi is go out to eat. At both ends of the 1.5-kilometer-long beach, you’ll find award-winning eateries with spectacular views. Icebergs Dining Room and Bar is to the north, and Sean’s Panaroma is to the south.