The Bondi To Bronte walk connects three of Sydney’s most beautiful beaches, Bondi, Tamarama and Bronte along a short level spectacular coastal cliff walk with great views of the ocean and cliffs. The well maintained trail with the exception of some steep stairs near Marks Park is an easy level walk with good infrastructure and amenities located at beaches and in parks. The Bondi to Bronte coastal walk is popular with locals and visitors for running along the coast and working out at some of the fitness stations. The walk doesn’t end at Bronte you can walk all the way to Botany Bay via Coogee and Maroubra.
Bondi to Tamarama Walk
Distance: 1.5 km
Time: 45 minutes
Difficulty: Medium – steep stairs!
Notts Avenue near the Bondi Icebergs Club is the starting point for the Bondi to Bronte walk, just south of Bondi Beach. The concrete walkway along the coast line you’ll enjoy fantastic views of Bondi Beach and North Bondi. On top of some steep stairs you’ll get to a lookout just below Marks Park with views to the north and south. On the way to Tamarama, Mackenzies Bay, the smallest beach in NSW is a rocky outcrop popular with surfers. Sculpture by the sea outdoor art exhibition is held every year from late October for three weeks exhibiting sculptures displayed from Bondi Beach all the way to Tamarama.
Tamarama to Bronte Walk
Distance: 700 meters
Time: 15 minutes
Difficulty: Easy level walk
Tamarama to Bronte walk runs next to Marine Drive with surfers catching waves below the coastal walk all the way to Bronte Beach. Bronte park with free BBQ and picnic facilities is a popular destination and features a childrens railway, a playground, a kiosk, clean amenities located behind the beach with a caffe strip near by. The famous Bronte pool and rockpool are located at the southern end of the beach where the walk continues south towards Coogee, Maroubra and beyond.
This part of the walk is known as the Bondi to Coogee walk. The “Bronte cutting” a carpark/walking trail connects the Bondi to Bronte walk to the historic Waverley cemetery and the cliff top board walk. Heading further south the path the walk takes you to Clovelly, Gordon’s Bay, Coogee, Maroubra, Malabar Headland National Park to Botany Bay. For more information please click the button below.