Half an hour from the centre of Sydney is one of the most famous beaches in the world, Bondi Beach. Many go there to lay on the sand, take a dip in the clear water or head to one of the many bars or restaurants. I head there for something different. The Bondi to Bronte coastal walk.
From the restaurants and bars at Bondi Beach, make your way down to the southern end of the beach to see some of the most amazing views of the southern Pacific Ocean. Here you will find Icebergs, the ocean pool known for the icy winter swims and also the start of the Bondi to Bronte walk, that takes you to Bondi Beach, Tamarama Beach and Bronte Beach.
Winding around the cliffs on the Bondi coast walk, climbing your way up to the hillsides, with a view of the beaches from above, this is one of the most popular walks in Sydney. Head further south and you hit Tamarama Beach, a small coastal beach where surfers come to ride the waves. Filled with locals, they welcome you and feel like you belong.
From Tamaram, keep on walking on road level and you get views of the beach from above and then to finish the walk, will find yourself at Bronte Beach, home of many coffee shops and expensive parking.
This half an hour experience is one of my favourite walks and should be at the top of your bucket list if heading to Sydney.
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