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Best Things To Do At One Of World's Famous Beach, Bondi Beach, Sydney

The ARK Infrastructure Nov 05, 2019
Bondi Beach is an iconic stretch of fine sand and curling waves and one of the world’s most famous beach destinations. There are many things to see and do in Bondi Beach. Some major attraction at bondi beach are Bondi Iceberg Baths, Swim, surf or chill out on the grassy knoll, Coogee Coastal Walk, Bondi Beach Graffiti Wall, Bondi Pavilion, etc.
Bondi Beach is a popular beach and the name of the surrounding suburb in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia which is one of the most visited tourist sites. In 2007 the Guinness World Record for the largest swimsuit photo shoot was set at Bondi Beach, with 1,010 women wearing bikinis. It is famous for the National Rugby League competition across Australia.
Bondi beach has consistently good (though crowded) waves, and is great for a rough-and-tumble swim and surfing. Thousands of travellers also flock to Bondi to learn how to surf at one of Australia’s most iconic breaks
With Lets Go Surfing, you’ll easily learn to ride a surfboard at the world-famous Bondi Beach in Sydney. Instructors will also show you how to read surf conditions. Lets Go Surfing has surfing and stand-up paddle-boarding lessons for all skill levels. You’ll be standing on a board in no time with Lets Go Surfing, which also offer lessons in Byron Bay.
Bondi Beach Surfing Statue by Diane Webber
Bondi Baths, the swimming pool managed by the Icebergs is just amazing. Water babies should also make a beeline for this picturesque ocean pool at the southern end of Bondi Beach. The turquoise baths of Bondi Icebergs jut out into the ocean, filled with lap swimmers battling the waves and white foam crashing into its walls.
One of the best things to do in Bondi Beach is Bondi to Coogee coastal walk.
Lace up your walking shoes, whip out your camera and experience this amazing offbeat route along the jaw-droppingly gorgeous walking path that links Bondi with the equally beautiful Coogee via a string of smaller beaches and bays.
Bondi Pavilion, a heritage listed icon is must visit place at beach. The Bondi Pavilion houses a permanent art gallery, theatre and cafe, and also hosts a number of community gatherings and annual events such as the mega-popular outdoor cinema each summer.
The annual 14-kilometer City to Surf fun run is popular festival usually held on the second Sunday in August, starting around 9am from the city and finishing with picnics in the park at Bondi.

Bondi Beach

Tropical paradise in Tamarama located just South of Bondi Beach
Curly waves at Bondi Beach
Shopping for beach fashion and swimwear by Australian and international designers is a great way to spend a few hours. You can find places to stay range from hostels to stylish apartments.
There are various festivals held at Bondi beach round the year such as Latin American Festival, The Bondi Wave Music Industry Conference, A festival of short films in competition, with talks and workshops, nude night surfing, Kite Flying Festival, Iron Man Competition, Afro Latin by the Sea Concert.
One of the popular festival at Bondi beach is Sculpture by the Sea, along the coastal walk from Bondi to Tamarama. It runs for almost three weeks and is free