One of my absolute favourite things to do in Bondi, especially in the evening or on brooding cloudy days (when there are far less people out and about), is to walk from Bondi Beach to Bronte Beach. Locals and travellers here seem to know it as the “Bondi to Coogee Coastal walk”, as it extends all the way south to Coogee Beach – I have yet to take it that far. Expect hills and a decent number of people around on weekends and in the summer, but even when it’s busy, it’s a great experience. The rock (sandstone?) faces that straddle the path are filled with neat erosion patterns and colouring, and climbing the higher sections reward visitors with beautiful views of Bondi and the various beaches. There are many opportunities to venture off the path and (easily) clamber/walk around the rocks and various ledges and small caves that surround the coast. You can sometimes see small lizards and crabs, and people occasionally fish from the lower rocks by the water. It’s a beautiful place to walk, read, get lost in your thoughts, watch the sunset, or watch the talented surfers around Tamarama Beach. The path is also straddled with a few workout stations, one shown here, so it is an excellent place to go for a run and stop to do some strength training along the way. I would highly recommend that everyone in this area grab a good friend or load up a fitting music playlist and make this walk at least once. Pro tip – listen to Ben Howard on the cloudy and windy days by the cliffs; much of his music is made for moments like that.
Category Active, Adventure Location Australia, Bondi Beach
- By Nathan
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