Australia is famous for its beautiful beaches and coastal towns. And the best way to enjoy the beaches other than laying on the sand or swimming in the waves is on a coastal walk. In particular, the Bondi to Bronte Coastal walk is one of the most breathtaking coastal walks that Australia has to offer.
I recently completed the walk by starting at Bronte Beach and heading to Bondi Beach, stopping for a late lunch before heading back to Bronte as the sun was beginning to set. Coastal walks are a great way to explore and soak up the scenery, whether it be with a coffee in hand or at a run.
I took a some photos along the way.
A more popular route is to start on the southern end of Bondi Beach and walk towards Bronte. There is a walking path that leads up to the Bondi Icebergs Club. By continuing along the path you will pass huge overhanging rocks and end up at Tamarama Beach, followed by Bronte Beach.
The Bondi to Bronte coastal walk weaves along the east coast of Sydney and provides beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean and the sandstone cliffs. The walk is 2.5 kms long but I assure you the backdrop provides the perfect distraction and you won’t even notice how far you have walked!