Bondi Beach

Freya Godfrey
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After brunch, take a trip to Sydney’s most famous beach, Bondi. This picturesque curved bay, with its soft white sand, is incredibly popular – and for good reason. There are fantastic places to eat nearby, and swimming here tends to be fairly safe. There’s great surf too, with the middle of the beach boasting bigger waves for more experienced wave catchers, while beginner surfers can try the northern end of the beach when there’s a north wind. For those who prefer to escape the waves as much as possible, Bondi’s natural swimming pool, known as Bondi Icebergs, provides sea water swimming in a swimming pool environment (although big waves do crash on the furthest edge). Try to time your visit with the weekend so that you can check out Bondi Markets, just behind Bondi Beach Park, where stalls sell a variety of homemade crafts, jewellery and vintage finds. Image by bonaserios from Pixabay
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