Bondi to Coogee Beach Coastal Walk

It’s no secret that Australia is home to thousands of beaches. And if you’re spending some time in Sydney, there’s quite a number to choose from in the lively city. But if you’re looking for a little exercise to go with those stunning views, the Bondi to Coogee Beach Coastal Walk is a must-do. Starting out at Sydney’s most popular and frequented beach, Bondi, you’ll make your way south for about 6km to Coogee Beach. Along the way you’ll pass three other beaches, Tamarama, Bronte, and Clovelly Beach, along with Waverly Cemetery and Gordons Bay.

First stop on the coastal walk, Bondi Beach.

The walk itself will take you between one to two hours, depending on your pace (and how many times you stop to take photos), and progresses at a moderate-intensity level. The scenery couldn’t be any more beautiful and will have you wishing you lived in one of the many houses that line the trail. In fact, if I lived in one of those houses or even somewhere close to the trail, I’d be walking or jogging it on a daily basis as so many Sydneysiders were doing.

If words aren’t enough to convince you to add this to your list of things to do in Sydney, then these photos should do the trick.

As you start out on your walk, you’ll come across the Bondi Iceberg Club, complete with a natural salt water pool perched right beside the ocean.
Making your way south from Bondi Beach.
Sandstone cliffs line the first part of the trail and provide some reprieve from the intense sunshine.
Surfers enjoy the waves at Tamarama Beach.
Walkers and joggers take full advantage of the coastal trail.
The Waverley Cemetery lies between Bronte and Clovelly beach and enjoys amazing ocean views. The cemetery contains some notable Australians, including the first Prime Minister, and many of the headstones are made of white marble.
Looking out onto Gordons Bay, nearing the end of the coastal walk.
The final stop of the coastal walk, Coogee Beach.

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