Bronte to Bondi Coastal Walk

Bronte to Bondi Coastal Walk

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Bronte Beach to Bondi Beach, Sydney, New South Wales , Australia

This lovely coastal walk begins at Ben Buckler Point, on the northern end of Bondi Bay, and winds south for two miles along sandstone cliffs and white-sand beaches, ending at Waverley Cemetery. Don’t miss the Aboriginal rock carvings, such as the shark and whale south of Mackenzies Point.  The path is paved and level (i.e., you don’t need to be an athlete to walk it); the scenery is spectacular; and you’ll meet all manner of Sydneysiders and visitors (and their dogs) along the way. Start from Bondi in the late morning, then grab lunch in the charming neighborhood of Bronte before heading back.

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