Undoubtedly, one of the most popular walks in the city, Bondi to Coogee Walk is a paved walk that stretches along the eastern suburbs of Sydney connecting Bondi with Coogee.
The walk is 3.7 mile long and takes around an hour for an average walker. Pick your starting point either in Bondi or Coogee and Walk along the rolling coastline navigating through jagged rocked with roaring ocean underneath and hidden beaches of Bronte, Tamarama and Clovelly. These beaches are very popular with surfers and attracts large crowds almost every day of the year.
Make sure to carry your sunscreen and a bottle of water. The waterfront can be windy at imes and it is always a good idea to carry an extra layer.
Both Bondi and Coogee has a number of bars and restaurants and a great locations for a brunch.
Ravesis, Bondi RSL and Bondi Icebergs and Bucket List are popular and trendy watering holes for local crowds. Coogee Pavilion and Coogee Bay Hotel are most popular spots with local crowds.
If you are visiting Sydney and want to enjoy the beach scene, it is advisable to find a hotel or a hostel in Bondi or Coogee.
Mount Portal Lookout overlooks Nepean River and accessible near Glenbrook area of Western Sydney. The lookout lies in Blue Mountains National Park and is one of the most scenic lookout in the area.
This amazing walk explores the lovely coastline of Sydney in Eastern Suburbs overlooking Harbour Bridge. Start from the Strickland House and walk along the coastline in Vaucluse to Watsons Bay
New South Wales is one of mot beautiful and diverse states of Australia blessed with amazing landscapes. I have travelled extenively across NSW.
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