Bondi Beach is one of Australia's and the world's most famous beaches. It also has a village atmosphere because of the lack of high-rise development. The beach is roughly a kilometre long and is patrolled by lifesavers who protect the safety of swimmers who stay between the yellow and red flags.
Bondi Beach is located on the east coast of Australia and is a suburb of the city of Sydney. Bondi Beach is well served by public transport.
Sand, surf and sun - some pictures taken at Bondi Beach.
There are activities all year round at Bondi beach, many of them are centered around the Pavilion. From surfing competitions and kite flying to festivals, markets and galleries.
City2Surf (or City to Surf) is a popular road running event held annually, usually in August.
The Sculpture by the Sea exhibition was initiated in 1997 and Australia's largest annual outdoor sculpture exhibition. It is usually held in October-November.
Festival of the Winds annual kite festival is held on Bondi Beach each September.
There are two spectacular scenic walks from Bondi Beach towards the south.
Bondi is one of Sydney's best surfing beaches.
Here are some things to to do at Bondi, even when it's raining.
There are lots of great coffee shops and places to eat along the beach and tucked away in the back streets. You can also find many places to stay.
Discover the History, Heritage and Nostalgia for Bondi Beach.
Every Sunday in the grounds of the Bondi Beach Public School.
Some links to a few favourite pages.