Things To Do
The iconic Sydney beach is at your doorstep
The iconic Sydney beach is at your doorstep. Bondi Beach is approximately one kilometre of golden sands patrolled daily by the world famous Bondi lifeguards. For your safety, please swim between the red and yellow flags at all times.
If you are brave enough to swim all year round, but prefer the relative comfort of an ocean pool, Bondi Icebergs is definitely worth a visit. The pool is opened weekdays from 6am and weekends from 6.30am but closed on Thursdays for cleaning. Bondi Icebergs also offers sauna, gym, massage and yoga.
Enjoying the views of Bondi Beach while indulging in a hearty meal is what the relaxed coastal suburb lifestyle is about.
There are several recommended places to consider for your next trip to Bondi Beach. Start your day with the perfect late morning breakfast or brunch with these dining options.
Campbell Parade and many of the surrounding side streets including Gould Street are home to designer fashion and surf wear. Stroll down to the markets at Bondi Beach Public School on Campbell Parade on the weekend.
Saturday: Farmers Market (9am – 1pm)
Sunday: locally made products and fashion (10am – 4pm)
Bondi Beach is home to many artists, designers and photographers.
Our favourite galleries include:
Frothers Gallery ― 145c MacPherson Street, Bronte
Aquabumps Gallery ― 51 Curlewis Street, Bondi Beach
Coo-ee Aboriginal Art Gallery ― 31 Lamrock Ave, Bondi Beach
Lifestyle and Fitness
Bondi Promenade is always very busy, full of people enjoying the weather, perfect for a run or walk.
Further along is the Bondi to Bronte Coastal Walk (approximately 2.5 km). A very common excercise or leisure path.
Surfing, yoga and fitness classes are available from various local businesses.