Bondi Beach, is Australia’s most famous beach. located in the Sydney suburb of Bondi, seven kilometres from the centre of Sydney. Bondi is believed to be an Aboriginal word meaning the sound of breaking waves. There are Aboriginal Rock carvings on the northern end of the beach at Ben Buckler point and on the south of Bondi Beach near McKenzies Beach on the Famous Bondi to Coogee coastal walk.

Bondi and North Bondi surf clubs patrol the beach between sets of red-and-yellow flags. For surfers it’s a good place for learners and people who know a bit more.

There is also a skate ramp at the beach’s southern end.

Bondi Pavilion has changing rooms, lockers, cafes and a gelato shop. Ice-cream vendors also strut the sand in summer. At the beach’s northern end there’s a grassy spot with coin-operated barbecues.