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Bondi Beach

Queen Elizabeth Drive, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
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Bondi Beach is famous for its glistening ocean, pristine sands, reliable surf and seaside spirit. It's laid back coastal lifestyle, cafe culture, boutique shops and thriving, eclectic community is equally enticing.Come and enjoy the quintessential Australian culture and surf lifestyle of this vibrant seaside community!
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
Queen Elizabeth Drive, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Bondi Beach
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Reviewed yesterday

One of the very nice beach to visit in Sydney. we have enjoyed a lot here. It was very well maintained place.

Thank jmodi1981
Reviewed 2 days ago

I suppose this is a great place if you are a surfer or if you aren't used to nice beaches but as an Aussie I just don't get it - it is dirtier than some of Australia's nicer beaches and so, so crowded. Try heading...More

Thank KirstyZee
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Very nice clean beach with very clean see through water a beautiful beach , it's a great place to spend an evening .

Thank vibhu5129
Reviewed 3 days ago

Well there is nothing extraordinary about this beach other then its an iconic beach. Its always crowded but you have to visit it once in your life time.

Thank aftabsiddiqui
Reviewed 4 days ago

Visit on a weekday if you want the beach to yourself. Perfect place for a quiet family picnic and time together. Guessing the weekends must a crazy time here.

Thank Kevin_Mumbai
Reviewed 4 days ago

It was too cold to get in the water but it was nice to have lunch with a view of the beach. Make sure you go check out the icebergs pool!

Thank Hannah M
Reviewed 4 days ago

A great spot to relax and enjoy the Sydney culture, sand and surf. Many eateries are around as well as pubs.

Thank stiffle2017
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Anyone who is dismissing this beach is being a curmudgeon. Gorgeous day in June (winter but 70 degrees...maybe too crowded in Aussie summer?). Beautiful views and the Coastal walk right on the cliff/waters edge is a must. Well worth a visit.

Thank JimBmore57
Reviewed 5 days ago

Located in the city's eastern suburbs, accessible either by bus from behind Wynyard Station or easier still, take a train to Bondi Junction from Martin Place and a bus to the beach, maybe stopping for some prestige shopping at Bondi Plaza opposite the station. Bondi...More

Thank Neil M
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

I hat can you say about one of the most famous beaches in the world, except stunning. Even though I went in the Australian winter, it was sunny with a dozen surfers and even a handful of swimmers. Stunning views of surf and sand. I...More

Thank Ddh59
Bondi Beach
An iconic Australian suburb, Bondi Beach is famous for
its fantastic beaches and views. Once the domain of
backpackers, hundreds of tourists from all over the
world descend en masse to Bondi in December ready to
enjoy the "Aussie summer". Bondi Beach boasts
impressive ocean views all along the many restaurants
and bars on Campbell Parade. Wake up early and take a
dip in the surf before walking the scenic stretch from
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Hello, we have limited time in Sydney, but want to see Bondi Beach, especially want to swim in the wave pool. Planning on buying the IVenture card, which I see it includes the hop-on hop-off bus that goes to Bondi Beach, but I can't find any information on the wave pool. Any help? Thanks!
13 November 2016|
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Response from BeachNut | Reviewed this property |
Sounds like you are looking for the Bondi Icebergs Baths. You can check their website for more information.
Hi! I'm going to be staying in a hostel just by the Sydney Town Hall (Base Backpacker) and was wondering if there is an easy way to getting to Bondi beach using public transport from here? Thanks!
27 September 2016|
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Response from Bondi_Phil | Reviewed this property |
Best value for getting around Sydney is getting an Opal card and using the public transport system. To get precise information including timetables, fares and maps, google "plan your trip NSW transport" for the NSW public... More
Good Day All. I would like to get to Sydney Fish Market for lunch after visiting Bondi Beach. It would be interesting to take the bus and light rail. How do I do it? Thanks in advance.
12 September 2016|
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Response from Bondi_Phil | Reviewed this property |
You'd catch a bus from Bondi Beach to Bondi Junction railway station, a train from Bondi Junction to Central railway station, and light rail from Central Light Rail station to the Sydney Fish Market. To get precise... More