Bondi is one of Sydney’s most iconic areas, and its stunning coastline and beaches make it a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. If you’re looking for a scenic walk to take in the area’s beauty, look no further! We’ve put together a guide to the best walks around Bondi, from easy strolls to more challenging routes. So whether you’re visiting Bondi for the first time or you’re a local who wants to explore some new territory, read on for the best walks around Bondi Beach!
Bondi to Bronte Coastal Walk
This popular coastal walk is a great option if you’re looking for breathtaking views and some exercise. The walk starts at Bondi Beach and takes you all the way to Bronte Beach, where you can enjoy a swim or relax on the sand. The route is about six kilometres long and takes around two hours to complete, so it’s perfect if you want to spend a leisurely afternoon exploring the area.
The Bondi Gold Course is on the edge of North Bondi Beach’s cliffs, and its views of the Tasman Sea, as well as the local area and Sydney, are breathtaking. There are no fences, so you can stroll in and out whenever you choose. Look for the indigenous rock carvings while you’re there. The most gorgeous times to go are when the sun is setting and rising. It’s on Military Road in North Bondi, and it’s our favourite walk around Bondi because it has some of our favourite views (Sunset).
Ray O’Keefe Reserve
The Ray O’Keefe Reserve is one of Sydney’s most beautiful sunset viewpoints, with views of the city and Bondi Beach. If the weather is nice and you have excellent swimming skills, diving into the water from the cliffs on the south side of the reserve is an exciting adventure. Please be cautious, as there are no lifeguards on duty. The Ray O’Keefe Reserve is located at the end of Military Road in North Bondi, next to the golf course.
The Rodney Reserve is a broad grassy park that runs down the cliff at Dover Heights. This is an excellent addition to the Bondi Golf Course stroll. Military Road also passes through it. The beautiful view of the shoreline and crashing seas is worth the trip alone. It’s also a fantastic spot for a picnic!
South Head Heritage Trail
The South Head Heritage Trail is a beautiful, well-kept trail that connects Watsons Bay to the southern headland of Sydney Harbor’s edge. Sydney Harbor and the North Shore’s breathtaking vistas are filled with history, including one of Australia’s first lighthouses and several WWII battlements. This is definitely a must-see, especially if you’re looking for something to do during your in Sydney.
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