From Paddington Markets we took a bus (333) to Bondi Beach which is located approximately 7km from Sydney CBD. Here people are seen surfing, sun bathing on the beach and relaxing on the rocks.
The Bondi-Bronte coastal walk stretches 3km which can be done in 1 hour. On the way there were cliffs, amazing beaches and views, parks, toilets, drinking water fountain and plenty of photo opportunities. Restaurants and cafes can be found in Bondi and Bronte.
|Tap on the Opal card when you get on the bus and tap off when you alight.
|There’s a sign which says Dangerous Currents and No swimming is allowed.
The famous Bondi Baths have been an historical landmark of Bondi Beach for over 100 years. Featuring both a larger lap pool and smaller kid’s pool, qualified lifeguards are on patrol during opening hours all year round. The pool and clubhouse are open to both members and the public. | Website: https://icebergs.com.au
|Pretty cool swimming in a pool beside the seawater. We could see the waves crossing over into the pool.
|Bondi Icebergs (Bondi Baths), a public saltwater pool, the landmark of Bondi.
|Beautiful work of art by nature, sand rock formations
|The scenic Bondi-Bronte Coastal Walk
Started the Bondi to Bronte walk and we came to this section where the wind was extremely strong. The force made it so hard to move forward. While the breeze was nice, the sand really gets to me. The worst part was Bernard lost his glasses. Not knowing when they went missing, we figured it would be extremely difficult to find them so we just moved on.
Events in Bondi:
- City to Surf Fun Run – City-2-Surf is a popular road running event held annually, usually in August.
- Sculpture by the Sea – Australia’s largest annual outdoor sculpture exhibition. It is held in October-November.
- The Festival of the Winds – This Kite Flying Festival is held on Bondi Beach every September.
How to go: Take the train to Bondi Junction Station. Change to Bus: 380, 381, 382 or 333 to the beach (about 15 minutes)