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A cliff top coastal walk, the Bondi to Coogee walk extends for six km in Sydney’s eastern suburbs. The walk features stunning views, beaches, parks, cliffs, bays and rock pools. The beaches and parks offer a place to rest, swim or a chance to eat at...more
This walk is concreted all the way with very few steps making it an easy stroll for any level. The views were lovely and regular toilets and water fountains can be found along the way. Plenty of choices of beaches to stop and chill by,...More
We read about this on TA and as we enjoy walking we chose a Saturday morning when we had a few hours to tackle this 2 hour stroll.
Overall this was a great walk and really good weather also helped
The tracks take you through...More
I was there in June, the weather was a bit chilly, but nevertheless the walk was great, amazing views, nice restaurants and cafes placed around, friendly people, I would definitely recommend this for a day out.
Don’t visit Sydney without experiencing this remarkable trail along the coastline. I used Sydney bus transportation. Suggest starting at Watson Bay first then bus route stops and you get off at Bondi Beach.
This is a great walk. Easy and picturesque. There are one or two sets of stairs and otherwise undulating. November has sculptures by the sea which is busy but worth it. Anytime is great but sunrise is spectacular. Bondi to Bronte is about 30 mins...More
When you have a chance to visit Sydney, this walk is something you just can not miss.
The walk is connecting some of the most beautiful beaches of the eastern suburbs.
Make sure your camera has enough memory space to capture this overwhelming beauty.
There are stairs- lots of them, and you’ll be walking up hill or down, but for the entire walk your mouth will be saying “wow wow wow” nonstop! You’ll likely be compelled to take 100’s of photos and you’ll get great pics for all your...More
Beautiful and Mesmerizing scenery. We had traveled with our children and they had enjoyed every bit of it. Great memories to add to our list of travels.
Unfortunately it was very cold day but everyone had enjoyed it fully.
Very accessible by public transport, Coogee is the smaller, friendlier, more intimate version of Bondi Beach. Coogee is the only beach in the Eastern suburbs that does not have big waves, making it an excellent family beach. The Coogee Bay Hotel, located right across the beach, has one of the biggest beer gardens in Australia and plenty of entertainment every night of the week. Be on the lookout for celebrity
footballers! A little further south is Wylie’s Baths, offering sweeping 180 degree views over the Pacific Ocean, and it is perfect for a swim or a few laps. Plenty of dining choices surround the beach, including the famous fish and chips.
The walk has numerous signs that guide you along the trail. As long as you see the ocean you should be fine! Also there are heaps of crowds and people walking/running along the walk so you won’t get lost. Enjoy your trip!
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The train does not go all the way to the beach and it is quite a distance to walk there from the station. There are buses from the city or from Bondi Junction train station. From Bondi Junction take buses 333, 380, 381... More
The train does not go all the way to the beach and it is quite a distance to walk there from the station. There are buses from the city or from Bondi Junction train station. From Bondi Junction take buses 333, 380, 381 & 379 - follow the directions to the buses when you get off the train. From the city, take buses 333 or 380 from Museum stand A on the side of Hyde Park in Liverpool Street. Use the same routes and way to get back to the city or to Bondi Junction.
When you arrive at Bondi Beach, you can't miss it!
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