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Bondi to Bronte

Bondi to Bronte

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Where will I walk and what will I hear?

The Bondi to Bronte Self Guided Walking Tour starts on Bondi Beach, and continues along the coastal path to Bronte. You’ll hear stories and discover information about various places of interest along the way. These places include Bondi Beach, The Bondi Surf Life Saving Club, The Bondi Pavilion, The Bondi Baths and Icebergs Club, Mackenzies Point, Tamarama, Bronte Beach, Bronte Surf Life Saving Club and Bronte Park.
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How much does the walk cost, and what do I get?

The Bondi to Bronte walk will cost you $10AUD. We use a safe and secure online credit card transaction system called Paypal,and there are no hidden costs. After your payment has been confirmed, you will be granted access to download the audio, a track listing, a map and several other pages containing information about getting there and away and a summary of the stories about the places of interest you'll be visiting.

How far is the walk, and how long will it take?

The Bondi to Bronte Self Guided Walking Tour is approximately 2.5 kilometers in length. Without stopping, the walk will take about 1 hour. It is recommended that you stroll at your own pace, stop at each point of interest, take a seat and listen to the audio. Take your time, and enjoy the stories and the scenery that surrounds you.

How difficult is the walk?

Depending on your level of fitness, the walk will vary in difficulty. The walk is along an even surface, and the path winds its way above and below cliff tops. It continually rises and falls over hills. There are a number of stairways throughout the walk, some quite steep, with handrails provided.

What public facilities are along the way?

There are public toilets located at the Bondi Pavilion, the southern end of Bondi Beach, Tamarama Beach and Bronte Beach. The location of these toilets will be marked on your map when you purchase this Self Guided Walking Tour. There is occasional seating provided along the way, and parks at Bondi beach, Tamarama beach and Bronte beach all offer picnic shelters, coin-operated barbecues and kiosks.

Getting there and away:

How do I get to the start of the walk at Bondi Beach?
Bus: 380 (Circular Quay to North Bondi)
381 (Bondi Junction to North Bondi)
L82 (Circular Quay to Watsons Bay via Bondi)
Taxi: Request your driver take you to Bondi Beach, dropping you off opposite the Bondi Pavilion.
Parking: There is paid parking (metered) in Park Drive, Bondi and paid parking (ticket) in Queen Elizabeth Drive, Bondi.

How do I get from the end of the walk at Bronte back to the city or Bondi?
Bus: 378 (Bronte Beach to Railway Square via Bondi Junction)
Taxi: Pick up from Bronte Road to your final destination.
Parking: Walk back to Bondi beach via the coastal pathway.

What do I take with me?

Download Information

The Self Guided Walking Tour package that you need to download will be approximately 40Mb in size. We recommend that a Broadband internet connection is used to download this tour.

What annual local events are on?

Flickerfest Early January at the Bondi Pavilion, this is an annual short film festival showcasing the best short films from Australia and the world.
North Bondi Classic Early February at North Bondi Beach, this ocean swimming race attracts hundreds of swimmers every year.
South American Festival 3rd Sunday in February at the Bondi Pavilion, this festival includes Latin American dancing, music, workshops and market stalls.
City to Surf race 2nd Sunday in August, this fun run is the largest in the world, starting at Town Hall and finishing at Bondi Beach.
Festival of the Winds 2nd Sunday in September on Bondi Beach, this festival sees the sky come alive with hundreds of spectacular and colourful flying kites.
Sculpture by the Sea Throughout late October and November, from Tamarama to Bondi Beach, this artistic spectacle exhibits hundreds of contemporary sculptures by artists from all over the world.
Christmas and New Years celebrations Bondi Beach opens it arms to international travellers during the merry season, with thousands of visitors flocking to Bondi for an Aussie Christmas experience like no other.

Related Links…

Bondi Information:
Bondi SLSC:
Bondi Baths:
North Bondi Classic:
South American Festival:
City to Surf:
Festival of the Winds:
Sculpture by the Sea:
Bondi Beach information:

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