What's on in Bondi Beach, Sydney
Bondi Beach is the most famous beach in Sydney and Australia. An outstanding achievement as Australia abounds in beaches and Sydney has an outstanding array of beaches north and south of Sydney Harbour. The suburbs of Bondi Beach and Bondi Junction are established about 5 km from the centre of Sydney and is very popular with tourists and the locals. The beach has an appealing backdrop of parklands and offers a range of attrctions and activities based in the area including bike riding, skating, swimming and walking. There is a stunning walking track that runs right along the shoreline and extends around the headland. Bondi is an entertainment hub and boasts numerous bistros, fine cafes, clubs, pubs, nightclubs, boutique shops and bars lining the beachfront and in nearby Bondi Junction. Bondi
Beach is about one km long and about 50 to 100 m wide and has very good surfing and swimming conditions. Located at the south end of the beach is the famous Bondi Baths, which is very popular for swimming in the oceanic waters. The beach is patrolled by the local Surf Life Savers throughout most of the year and visitors should always swim between the red and yellow flags on the beach.
What's to See and Do - Attractions, Activities