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Bondi Beach is one of Australia's most famous beaches. It is a south-east facing beach built on sand dunes and is about one kilometre long, attracting up to 40,000 visitors on a typical summer weekend. The beach offers sunbaking and great surfing for boards and bodies and is patrolled by lifesavers to keep swimmers between the yellow and red flags where the surf is best for swimming and they can keep a watchful eye. The beach is set in a vibrant area of excellent cafes, seafood restaurants and bars and is popular with Australians as well as international tourists.

There is a fantastic promenade backing the beach, which continues along the coast, around the headland. At the southern headland there is a fabulous coastal walk with fantastic views, which takes you past a number of smaller coves until you reach Coogee Beach.

Bondi Beach is close to the boutique fashion shops of Paddington, the cafe society of Double Bay and the sights and sounds of Sydney City.

Bondi Beach can be reached from the centre of Sydney on bus numbers 380, 333 (prepay only), 382 and 389 (you must change buses at Bondi Junction). You can also get the train to Bondi Junction, and then either walk or catch a bus onto Bondi Beach.

Bondi Beach Bondi Markets
Bondi Beach Bondi Markets
Paddington Coogee Beach
Paddington: Oxford Street Boutique Shops Coogee Beach

Key Things to Do at Bondi Beach:

For more information, visit:
- Relax on the Beach
- Take the coastal walk to Coogee Beach
- Explore chic fashion shops in Paddington
- Enjoy a night out in racy Oxford Street
- Dine out in Darlinghurst

- Bondi Beach Information
- Bondi Coastal Walks
- MAP: Darlinghurst
- MAP: Oxford Street/Paddington

Map of Bondi Beach
Map: Sydney CBD