Bondi Beach

Bondi Beach is perhaps the most iconic of many fabulous Australian beaches. It is a 1km stretch of golden sand and breaking waves. The beach attracts sunlovers, surfers, celebrities and just about anyone else who enjoys a day at the beach.

Places to Visit

Bondi Beach is a suburb as well; a popular inner north area, not far from the Sydney city centre and, for international students, Sydney universities. A trip to Bondi is a virtual must for visitors to the city, especially if you can catch one of the city’s classic warm and sunny days.

The main road along the beach is called Campbell Parade. There are a number of nice cafés, restaurants, and bars on this road overlooking the beach, which makes them a great place to visit. There is also a market to the North of Campbell Parade, where you can pick up some great bargains.

The most popular night life stops on Bondi Beach are The Bondi Hotel and The Beach Road Hotel. Heading towards the northern headland there are other places for you to see like Vaucluse and Watsons Bay which houses a place called the Gap, one of the major tourist attractions in Sydney.

Once in Bondi, there is plenty of accommodation, including hostels, hotels and bed and breakfasts for you to choose from.

Bondi Beach Celebrities

Celebrities at Bondi Beach - Taylor Swift, Paris Hilton, Hugh Jackman, Vaness Hudgens.

Bondi Beach celebs – Taylor Swift, Paris Hilton, Hugh Jackman, Vanessa Hudgens

Other Reasons to See Bondi Beach

Swimming, Surfing and Sunbathing

The red and yellow flags are there for a reason. Swim between them so you know you are in a safe section of the water, with lifeguards on hand.

Model Ashley Hart emerging from the surf at Bondi Beach after a swim.

Model Ashley Hart after a swim

Surfing at Bondi Beach.

Surfing at Bondi

Bondia Beach sunbathers.

Bondi sunbathers