Photo Friday: Bondi Beach

We didn’t have great weather when we visited Sydney in June, but we managed to avoid rain for the few hours we spent at Bondi Beach. We took the Coastal Walk to Bronte Beach (2.5 km each way) and throughly enjoyed the breathtaking views of this rugged coastline.

Surfers were everywhere — we spent an hour just watching them navigate the big waves.

We ran out of time, but on our next visit we’ll get a meal at Bondi Icebergs Club at the South end of the beach where brave swimmers endure a frigid saltwater-filled pool throughout the winter months.

Waves literally break over the side of the pool. The whole scene is astounding.

We didn’t have kids with us, but the sandy portion of Bondi Beach is immense. There’s no doubt in my mind that when the weather is warm, Bondi is a blast for kids of all ages.

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  1. I love Bondi.

    The last time I was there, however, I visited for work. My boss ended up slipping on the rocks and we had to bring him to the local hospital!

  2. That’s a new twist on infinity pool. Maybe those swimmers inspired the Polar Bear Plunges! Great article!

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