Bronte Beach is famous for lots of things: it is part of the Coastal Walk from Bondi to Coogee; the walk between Bronte and Bondi is part of Sculptures by the Sea each year, its rocky coast line an excellent platform from which to display some of the Works; and, it is probably the epicentre of Café Society by the Beach on the southern side of the Harbour. This beach is at the end of a grassy valley reaching up into the Suburb of Bronte, offering lovely private walks and picnic nooks and crannies. On the sea front there is also a sweeping expanse of grassed area dotted with covered picnic tables, like clusters of rotundas by the sea. The beach itself is clean and white sanded, Sydney siders are blessed with any number of white sanded beaches. The beach nestles against a backdrop of a suburb that rises steeply from sea level to impressive altitude. Middle class coastal suburbia enjoys the views, enjoys the beach, enjoys the cafes, enjoys proximity to the city. On weekends large groups often gather, complete with sound systems and dance music, I most enjoyed a Latin American manifestation of this. BBQ's sizzle, refreshments are almost tidal and everyone has a great time. In the Summer a miniature train offers rides to children. There is a rock pool. There is sun. Take your sun block. There is fun. Take your camera.
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