The Bondi to Bronte walk is shorter version of the Bondi to Coogee walk. With locals and tourists flocking there daily, here’s a complete guide.
Access to parking at Bondi Beach can be difficult, plus parking your car at Bondi and finishing at Bronte could cause problems.
So we recommend taking public transport to Bondi, doing the walk, then catching public transport home from Bronte.
From the city the easiest way to get to Bondi Beach is to catch the train to Bondi junction (from Central, Town Hall, Martin Place) then change to the 380, 381, 382 or 333 bus at Bondi Junction for a 15 minute ride to the beach.
If you are visiting Sydney and the surrounding regions, an Opal card is the most convenient and affordable way to pay for your fares on public transport.
You can use an Opal card on the metro, train, bus, ferry and light rail services.
For those short on time, or those that prefer everything to be organised for them, there are some awesome tours on Get Your Guide available to book in advance.
It’s a fairly flat and straight forward walk sticking to the coast with slight up hill walks in parts.
How Long Does The Bondi To Bronte Walk Take
It takes roughly 30 mins without stops.
Although you’ll want to dip in the baths/ocean along the way and take plenty of photos.
The route leads from Bondi Beach – Tamarama Beach – Bronte Beach.
All times and distances are shown on the map below.
An awesome day out with stunning views!
The Bondi to Coogee walk was one of the highlights of our stay in Sydney, and the Bondi to Bronte part is the first half of it. We set off early one morning to beat the crowds and avoid the heat!
Although the Bondi to Bronte walk is pretty straight forward, we recommend comfy shoes. Also be sure to take a hat, sunscreen, and plenty of water! Although there are plenty of water fountains along the way too if you run out!
The start of the walk begins pretty much from the Bondi Icebergs pool. Simply follow the steps up to the concrete waterfront walkway on Notts Avenue and you’ll be good to go.
We could go on to explain every aspect of our day and talk you through our step by step experience, but we feel like the epicness of the walk is portrayed way better through images.
So make sure to add this to your Sydney bucket list and here’s an idea of what our day looked like.
Luxury – Four Seasons Hotel Sydney
Overlooking Sydney’s historic Rocks area, Four Seasons Hotel Sydney offers free WiFi, a bar, restaurant, fitness center and swimming pool.
Located in Sydney’s CBD Central Business District, it features luxurious rooms with panoramic views over the iconic Sydney Opera House and Circular Quay.
Each room offers an LCD TV, an iPod docking station and free toiletries.
There’s also a 350 square fitness centre that includes a relaxing sauna.
Guests can unwind in the hotel’s therapeutic spa and wellness center, which offers skin treatments and relaxing massages. Airport transfers are available upon request.
Mid-Budget – The Fullerton Hotel Sydney
Located in, The Fullerton Hotel features an a la carte restaurant, a bar and access to a fitness centre.
It boasts luxurious rooms with unique decor as well as a flat-screen TV.
Some rooms offer the most stunning city views and guests can enjoy free WiFi in public areas.
The Fullerton Hotelis 15 a minute walk from both Sydney
Budget – The Village Bondi Beach
The Village Bondi Beach is just just a 2 minute walk from the world famous Bondi Beach and offers comfortable air-conditioned rooms.
The hostel is a 20 minute drive from Sydney Harbour and a 25 minutes drive from Sydney Airport.
Markets, shops, restaurants and cafes are all within a 2 minute walk from the property.
Facilities include guest laundry, kitchen, TV room, lounge room and a private bathroom.
There is a bus stop located at the end of the street with easy access to the city.
Free WiFi also is available with a limit of 500mb per day. You can pay for extra wifi too!
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