Bondi Beach, Bondi Beach, Australia

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  • 3 mentions in Best beaches for surfing near Sydney?

    • Wilfried S.

      Wilfried S. said, "...Hi Kenneth, Every tourist is going to Manly or Bondi Beach, but they are crowded and not even the best surfing beaches. Depending on what you're doing and whether you need to be close to the CBD (=city centre) you either..." See More

    • Bill G.

      Bill G. said, "...Hi Kenneth Sydney has lots of amazing beaches - some of them are very famous like Bondi Beach& Manly. Unfortunately, this means they are often very crowded. There are however a number of great beaches only an hour or two north..." See More

    • Patrick A.

      Patrick A. said, "...Manly (Manly), Bondi Beach (Bondi)..." See More

  • 3 mentions in Best hikes in/around Sydney?

    • Belinda L.

      Belinda L. said, "...I suggest the walk from Bronte Beach to Bondi Beach is a good hike. It's easy to catch a bus from the city to Bondi beach. If you want to go further out, about 1.5 hours away is the Blue Mountains. There..." See More

    • Louise P.

      Louise P. said, "... Bondi Beach to Coogee walk is amazing, do it at sunset! And then a walk along the harbor coastline going from Rushcutters Bay to Darling Point and Rose Bay + Vaucluse is super beautiful with amazing views on the city, Sydney Opera..." See More

    • Michelle D.

      Michelle D. said, "...spectacular, although the coast track in the Royal National Park is also pretty good. In the city itself, I'd recommend the Bondi Beach to Coogee Beach coastal walk (lots of places to stop off along the way to eat and drink. You..." See More

  • 3 mentions in 5.5 Days in North Island, New Zealand and 5 Days in Sydney, Australia

    • giulia z.

      giulia z. said, "...a very touristic and caotic (and expensive) place but you have to see it. For the next day you could visit Bondi Beach, a must see and you could reach the place with a bus from the city center. Visit the..." See More

    • Morne C.

      Morne C. said, "...nice backpackers called Woolbrokers Hotel very close to Darling Harbour. The Harbour is amazing. We spent most of our time at Bondi Beach. Do the to Coogee Beach walk. Spend some time in the harbor. Maybe do a cruise. We also..." See More

    • Anton C.

      Anton C. said, "...8x Things to Do in Sydney which are mostly free.... 1. Bondi Beach to Coogee Beach Walk 2. Seafood lunch at Sydney Fish Markets ( via tram from Central Station.... ) 3. A Ferry ride from Circular Quay to Watson Bay, maybe..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Solo travel in Melbourne or Sydney?

    • Chris L.

      Chris L. said, "...a short stay it has all the big attractions that can be covered in a day Sydney Harbour, Sydney Opera House, Bondi Beach. Melbourne (where I live) is great and I prefer it over Sydney, but there aren't any big..." See More

    • Anthony A.

      Anthony A. said, "...There is no denying that the Sydney harbour is beautiful and picturesque. Landmarks such as the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bondi Beach make for amazing photo opportunities. If that is up your alley I would definitely recommend the Surry Hills area...." See More

  • 2 mentions in Mainstream attractions in Sydney -- not my choice ;)

    • Soraya D.

      Soraya D. said, "...Aussies know how to have fun better than almost anyone - and Bondi Beach is the physical representation of this. I would start my day there, then spend the afternoon at the Sydney Opera House. It's ideal...." See More

    • David R.

      David R. said, "...and take the ferry back. Walk around to the Rocks area. If you're up for a walk, take the bus to Bondi Beach and walk to Bronte Beach, and take the bus back to the city...." See More

  • 2 mentions in Best 3 Day Adventure Itinerary in Sydney

    • Michelle D.

      Michelle D. said, "...on the harbour for a sail, well that's something really special You can also look at doing the cliff walk from Bondi Beach to Bronte or, if you're feeling fit, keep on going. I've walked as far as Coogee Beach and that's..." See More

    • Maria K.

      Maria K. said, "...walk from Bondi JunctionBronte to @ Lots of time to stop and take photos and then can dine for lunch at Bondi Beach In the evening take a 2 minute taxi from city to Alfie & Hetty for a great meal. One..." See More

  • 2 mentions in How to divide time between Melbourne and Sydney?

    • Sara M.

      Sara M. said, "...suggest a coastal walk in the Royal National Park in Sydney. Also there is a great walk along the coast from Bondi Beach to Bronte Beach . Hiking up in the Blue Mountains is also fantastic. In regard to surfing all the..." See More

    • Brennan L.

      Brennan L. said, "...makes Sydney crazy during that time. Flights would probably be cheaper early September, but the sporting atmosphere wont be as good. Bondi Beach and Manly in Sydney is great for surfing. Portsea and Philip Island are the spots to surf in Melbourne...." See More

  • 2 mentions in What's the best neighborhood in Sydney for a first time visitor?

    • Craig L.

      Craig L. said, "...might be a good choice because it is served by a ferry on one side and has a great ocean beach. Bondi Beach is the backpacker area. Sydney is a world city and is more lively and international (and more expensive) than..." See More

    • Karen R.

      Karen R. said, "...I'm from Sydney and I would recommend the inner city areas like Darlinghurst , Surry Hills and Bondi Beach all of these suburbs are easy to access the city sights by train or bus as well as having great local restaurants and..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Must sees and dos in Sydney within 3 days.

    • Cameron S.

      Cameron S. said, "...walk is a lot of fun. Albeit a little pricy, the view, the history and the amusing guides makes it worthwhile. Bondi Beach is also nearby. A quick transfer on a bus and you're ready to build a tan. Sydney Opera House..." See More

    • Angeline M.

      Angeline M. said, "...use hop-on-off bus but may take long to wait, or just walk. day 3 Do Coastal walk from Coogee Beach to Bondi Beach or the other way around. It's already half day activity, stopping at different beaches for some dipping or lunch..." See More

  • 2 mentions in What is the best/most lively place to stay in Sydney?

    • David R.

      David R. said, "...Rachel, My tips are for Newtown - close to the city, but lively nightlife (without being as tacky as Kings Cross). Bondi Beach and Manly are also good options...." See More

    • Michelle D.

      Michelle D. said, "...It depends what they're into. The beach areas in Sydney are pretty amazing with lots of cafes/bars/restaurants around. Bondi Beach Manly Beach are fantastic. Places like Bronte Beach, if you could get an apartment on Airbnb for example would be fantastic. Areas..." See More

  • 2 mentions in How many days do I need to visit Sydney and the Great Barrier Reef?

    • Kiarna H.

      Kiarna H. said, "...may still find pleasant) but it is a bit cooler, so you may not want to spend time sun baking on Bondi Beach which is perfect in the summer time. Sydney is filled with great shopping, and awesome underground bars. It can..." See More

    • Caterina P.

      Caterina P. said, "...Darling Harbour and the Chinese food at Chinatown. I also liked Paddington very much, walking along the coast from Coogee to Bondi Beach and Manly + Shelly Beach. I didn't actually see all the places I wanted to, but I enjoy travelling..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Best free things to do in Bondi?

    • Karina M.

      Karina M. said, "...Hi Katie - Bondi Beach is amazing... plenty to do and see on the cheap if you try hard enough. Bondi farmers markets are on every saturday, and artisan markets every sunday. We have the most beautiful coastal walk from bondi to..." See More

    • Wilfried S.

      Wilfried S. said, "...Hi Katie, Here some free possibilities: Running barefoot along the entire beach.Enjoy the beautiful coastline by walking the Bondi Beach to Coogee coast walk.Watch the wale watching boats out on the see and try to spot a beautiful wale (in the winter..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best outdoor activities in Sydney?

    • Chuck L.

      Chuck L. said, "...Can't go wrong hitting up Bondi Beach or Manly Beach (obviously)...." See More

  • 1 mention in Itinerary for must visit places for my first time dream trip to Australia!

    • Adam V.

      Adam V. said, "...- 5 days (Day 1: Circular Quay/The Rocks; Day 2: Ferry to Manly; Day 3: Taronga Zoo, Cockatoo Island; Day 4: Bondi Beach -to-Bronte Beach ocean walk; Day 5: Oxford Street, Paddington)Kangaroo Island - 3-4 daysBarossa Valley (if you add it) -..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best restaurants around Sydney?

    • Michelle D.

      Michelle D. said, "...but there are a few precincts you should head to where you can find some good, reasonably priced food. The famed Bondi Beach is one of them. Try Sean's Panaroma but explore Campbell Parade for some other up and coming options. Potts..." See More

  • 1 mention in First Trip to Sydney, 8 days, what should i do?

    • Peter C.

      Peter C. said, "'ll need to be keen to brave the water. So choose a beach with a bit more to offer than swimming. Bondi Beach or Manly are obvious choices - lots of hustle and bustle next to the sand. Personally I opt for..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best Things to visit in Australia ?

    • Alejandro M.

      Alejandro M. said, "...the world. Go to the Sydney Opera House and see a performance. Take a ferry to Manly beach and/or go to Bondi Beach and do the famous Bondi to Coogee beach walk. Enjoy!..." See More

  • 1 mention in Itinerary for 6 days in sydney

    • Jen S.

      Jen S. said, "...take a ferry over to Manly one day and check out that area and the beach there. Also head out to Bondi Beach. Fish and chips at Watsons Bay is also great and you can get a ferry there too. For..." See More

  • 1 mention in 4 days in Sydney for New Years

    • Michelle D.

      Michelle D. said, "...- especially at New Year's which is one of the most in-demand periods for Sydney. Best beaches? There's so many. Iconic Bondi Beach is a good starting point. Take the cliff walk from there to Bronte Beach or even further down to..." See More

  • 1 mention in Where are the best non-touristy beaches in Sydney?

    • Marty G.

      Marty G. said, "'ve got the Northern Beaches, the Eastern and the Southern beaches. You'll find tourists in Manly, in the North, and from Bondi Beach through Coogee in the East, and not many at any of the Southern beaches (e.g. Cronulla). Any of the..." See More

  • 1 mention in 1 Month vacation: Australia or Australia/NewZealand ???

    • Lorraine M.

      Lorraine M. said, "...quieter than Gold Coast. Gold Coast more built up and touristy. If in Sydney, get on a ferry and go to Bondi Beach -you might be lucky enough to see the little penguins on one of the beaches! In Victoria, a trip..." See More

  • 1 mention in Itinerary for 17 days and where to stay

    • Emily M.

      Emily M. said, "...order to visit the Blue Mountains, the many city attractions (too many to list - worth another Q!) and perhaps even Bondi Beach- very touristy but also famous and some people love it. At Byron Bay you could do a couple..." See More

  • 1 mention in Lesser-known "must see" places during 5 days in and around Sydney?

    • Cailin O.

      Cailin O. said, "...hotel. (you might want to make a reservation for there too.) The views are wicked. If you want to go to Bondi Beach, the cheapest way to get there is to pre-purchase a bus ticket and get bus 333 from Circular..." See More

  • 1 mention in What do I need to know about Aussie culture?

    • Megan O.

      Megan O. said, "...up eating at burger joints and small cafes without name recognition. My favorite activities were mostly free: The cliff walk between Bondi Beach and Bronte Beach (or go further if you are fit - you can walk for many more miles along..." See More

  • 1 mention in Christmas in Melbourne- Best places to visit during the holidays?

    • Craig L.

      Craig L. said, "...go to Sydney – very easy to go there for a couple of days and explore the magnificent harbour and brilliant Bondi Beach and Manly Beach...." See More

  • 1 mention in What would you do with 3 days each in Sydney, Great Barrier Reef & Fiji?

    • Jan T.

      Jan T. said, "...places in Sydney like, walk across the Harbour bridge to Milsons Point, catch a furry to Manly, catch a bus to Bondi Beach, stroll around Darling Harbour.... Fiji, have a look for Bula pass for 5 days here" See More

  • 1 mention in Drive up the East Coast of Australia

    • Darnel M.

      Darnel M. said, "...both and the difference in price was nearly $200. They provide a free shuttle to their location. Getting a hostel near Bondi Beach would be the most enjoyable. Have fun :)..." See More

  • 1 mention in Where to take parents around Sydney?

    • Michelle D.

      Michelle D. said, " activity and it has the added advantage of amazing views over Sydney Harbour. You should head down to the iconic Bondi Beach and I'd recommend the cliff walk from there to Bronte Beach - one way takes around 45 minutes, it's..." See More

  • 1 mention in Please help with 14 days itinerary in Australia

    • Angeline M.

      Angeline M. said, "...2 weeks just for Sydney the city and the states, out to Blue Mountains Did Coastal Walk from Coogee Beach to Bondi Beach amazing coastal views and stopped by at different beaches! Watching sunset from Enjoy a good cup of coffee at..." See More

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