Bronte Beach is one of the smaller beaches on the coast. The beach also claims to have the oldest surf lifesaving club in the world (1903).

Crowds are attracted during the summer months with a local kiosk and public areas on the grass, which are used for picnics and BBQ’s.

A rock pool is located at the southern end of the beach which is popular with locals. The 30 metre pool is a perfect spot for training and for fun.

There are numerous car spaces around the area and also with easy access from busses, with the 378 bus from central train station a great option.