Offering spectacular views of Sydney's eastern suburbs, and passing by iconic stretches of sand, shady parks, great whale watching spots and so much more, it comes as no surprise that the Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk has become one of the city's most popular walking routes. Whether you're wanting to take on a section of the walk or follow it all the way from Bondi to Coogee, you'll find plenty to see and do along the way.
An icon in its own right, no journey along the Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk would be complete without a stroll along the golden sands of Bondi Beach. Swim between the red and yellow flags, spend time soaking up the warm Sydney sun or simply take time out to sit back and watch beachgoers swim, surf and make the most of their time at Bondi.
Favoured by the rich, famous and influential, Tamarama Beach, otherwise known as 'Glamarama', is a scenic locale situated just over a kilometre south of the coastal walk's beginning. Less crowded than Bondi Beach, Tamarama Beach offers great amenities including toilets, showers, barbeque facilities and a children's playground.
Boasting a family friendly atmosphere, Bronte Beach is a great spot to stop, unwind and enjoy a bite to eat. Find something to satisfy your appetite in the local beach kiosk or venture beyond the sand and take your pick from Modern Australian fare, freshly cooked seafood and plenty of other great dining options.
Positioned between Bronte and Gordons Bay, Clovelly Beach is a small stretch of water loved by swimmers and snorkelers alike. Take a swim in the beach's protected waters, laze on its soft sands or head below the surface to discover the unique marine life that calls the region home.
Situated at the tail end of the coastal walk, Coogee Beach promenade offers public barbeque facilities, playgrounds and plenty of eateries perfect for enjoying breakfast, lunch, dinner or a snack on the go. Enjoy a picnic with friends and family, settle in for a meal with a view or recharge ahead of the journey home.