Bondi Beach is a great place for a swim, two surf cubs patrol Bondi Beach, the Bondi and North Bondi Surf Club. Change rooms and showers are free at the Bondi Pavilion.
Southern Bondi is reserved for surfers, if you are a novice contact a surf school for a lesson or you can just rent surf boards and body boards, as well as wetsuitsand have a try at surfing.
The Bondi to Coogee coast and beyond is popular with divers with many unique locations to be explored by experienced divers. For dive trips, equipment hire or a dive course contact a dive shop.
A popular rock pool with a restaurant and bar with views of the beach. The pool is named after the members who swim there regularly in the winter.
Bondi Beach has many cafes, restaurants, bars and take aways in the streets surrounding the beach. Explore the food scene after the walk, a quick coffee, a fancy cocktail with views in or something to eat.
Shop for luxury labels, cosmetics, activewear, jewellery and much more. Most boutiques are located around Hall and Gould Streets and Campbell Parade opposite the beach.
Skate park One of Sydney’s best skateparks with uninterrupted views of the beach, the Bondi Skatepark is a popular destination for many to show off their skills.
Tamarama is a great surfing spot but can only be surfed in the mornings and afternoons. The beach is closed for surfing during patrol hours.
The Tamarama Kiosk with a shady deck with views of the beach serves cafe type food, drinks and snacks.
Swim in the ocean or in a salt water Bronte Pool or take the kids to the Bogey Hole a shallow enclosed natural rock pool at the Southern end of he beach.
Bronte Beach is well known for it’s surf, there is a very dangerous rip known as the Bronte Express.
The popular Bronte cafe strip with a handful of cafes, restaurants and a Fish and Chips shop is a cosy place to replenish.
Very popular Bronte Park behind the beach has covered picnic tables and free electric barbecues.
A secure shaded playground with an activity theme located in Bronte park. Plenty of fun to be had with tower climbing, balance and slide, hammock, monkey bars, swings and sandpit.
A protected long shallow bay and beach with concrete platforms on both sides of the water and a concrete swimming pool at the southern side.
Clovelly is a popular and safe place to snorkel, nearby Gordon's bay is also suitable for snorkeling and diving along the "underwater nature trail".
There are a few cosy cafes and a pub near the bay and in the streets behind the beach serving food and drinks all day.
Play Barefoot bowls with friends at the Clovelly Bowling club on a cliff top bowling green with great views.
Set amongst trees and shrubs just behind the beach the shady Clovelly Beach playground has various equipment to keep the kids happy.
Coogee Beach is a safe family beach perfect for swimming with very little surf if any. There are three ocean pools at Coogee: Giles Baths, the women only McIvers Baths and Wiley’s.
The Bronte - Coogee aquatic reserve, Wedding Cake island and Mistral Point are just a few locations worth visiting on your next diving trip.
Coogee is a well established foodie destination with cafes, bars and many eateries located in the streets surrounding the beach and on Coogee Bay Road.
Grant Reserve children’s playground with extensive play equipment and very large wooden play structures in shady surrounds with great views of Coogee Bay.
Dunningham reserve, Goldstein reserve and Grant reserve have shady grassy rest areas, fantastic views, picnic shelters, free electric barbecues. All parks are located near amenities, shops and public transport.