Bondi Accommodation, Beach Hotels, Restaurants & Cafes Map, Sydney
The suburb’s name is thought to be a modification of the Aboriginal word, boondi, which is translated to mean ‘water breaking over the stones’. In the suburb’s rich history, the key attractions where the iconic Bondi Beach and the shopping centre conveniently located at Bondi Junction.
It is impossible to visit Bondi and without stopping by Bondi Beach. This pristine white beach is Australia’s most famous beach, and for good reason. Whether you love swimming, surfing or just relaxing on the sand, Bondi beach does not disappoint.
Bronte Beach is located just ten minutes from Bondi, and is a popular family destination thanks to its sheltered natural pool. For those in need of a secluded getaway, Mackenzies Beach is the place to be. Its proximity to residential apartments means it does get populated during weekends and public holidays.
Bondi Baths, located at the southern end of Bondi Beach is yet another iconic landmark in the suburb. Visit the baths to enjoy swimming and kids can splash about at the kids pool.
Nature enthusiasts will enjoy the scenic Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk while art lovers have the chance to visit Coo-ee Aboriginal Art Gallery. For those who love retail therapy, Westfield Bondi Junction is an expansive centre whose hundreds of stores promise a most exciting shopping experience.
To experience all that Bondi has to offer, make plans to tour its attractions. Look out for events, festivals and sports activities that are hosted here throughout the year. Accommodation is readily available in Bondi, with options at the beach being the most popular. The suburb is served by train on the Eastern suburb lines and buses from the city.