Bondi Beach is a beach in the Bondi area of Sydney, Australia. The beach is one of the most famous in Australia and its picturesque golden sands and setting have been used for many postcards and movies. The beach stretches for about 1KM and with the water providing good conditions for surfers, the beach is extremely popular with locals and tourists.
The beach is linked to the city which is 8KM away by public transport. By bus, get on the 380 or the 333 that runs from ‘Circular Quay’ by the harbour, the bus takes around 45 minutes and departs every 10 to 15 minutes. By train, take the train from the city stations heading for ‘Bondi Junction’, the station is then a 15-minute walk away from the beach. Buses and Trains depart from the locations you will get off frequently back in the direction of the city.
Opening Times and Admission
Access to the beach is free and you can enter the beach at any hour. The beach is surrounded by food and drink outlets and shops for people to get mementoes of their visit to Bondi Beach.