Bondi to Bronte walk
Located at the South end of Bondi Beach is a coastal walkway that will lead you to neighbouring beaches in the area such as Tamarama and Bronte. The locals know this walk simply as the ‘Bondi to Bronte’. At the end of October to middle of November the walk is the setting to a popular art exhibition called ‘Sculpture by the Sea’ where sculptures and art installations are featured by both Australian and overseas artists. For more information you can visit the waverly council site by clicking here.
Bondi Pavilion was constructed in 1928 and is one of the lasting relics of old Bondi (besides our hotel of course!). The building was originally built to serve the purpose of dressing sheds but also luxuriously once had Turkish baths, a ballroom, shopping and a theatre. Inside its walls today you can see some of its history in the photographs in the main entrance.
Today there are still public facilities for beach goers, though the building is now a venue for community events, classes and exhibitions. In the Summer months the pavilion has an Open Air Cinema adding to the cafes and restaurants that are open all year round.
Parks and Beaches
Located closely are many of Australia’s most beautiful beaches. Some of them are short walking distance away.
Tamarama “Tama” is just around the bend from Bondi. A beach that's great for sun lovers. Further on you will find Bronte. Bronte is good for surfing and families. A row of great cafes line the beach, and there are also BBQ facilities.
Bondi is close to Centennial Park, which is situated just outside of Bondi Junction. It is great for bike riding, picnics, horse riding and family outings.
In February Bondi skate park is home to the Vans Bowl-A-Rama.
Winter time there is still lots to do in the area, the beach hosts a Bondi Winter Festival where the are ice skating facilities by the beachside.