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Bondi Beach Australia Surf, Sun, Sea and Sand!

Welcome to Bondi Beach Australia!

Want to visit Bondi Beach but you don't know where to start? You've heard about all the golden sand, great vibe but don't know what else Bondi has to offer? You're at the right place. This website is here to help you make the most out of your journey to Bondi.

Bondi is Australia's most famous beach, an icon, it's beautiful golden sandy beach is enhanced by it's surf and sun.


What about Bondi?

Located in the eastern Suburbs of Sydney, New South Wales, Bondi is roughly about one kilometer long. Bondi is an aboriginal name and has been translated as meaning 'water breaking over rocks or noise of water breaking over rock.'




Bondi offers fun activities, suitable for every budget and every age whether you're a backpacker, resident or tourist. Learn to surf, stroll around the shops or enjoy a coffee in one of Bondi's many cafe's.

Bondi Beach Australia is an experience that no-one should miss out on, it's a place that will linger long in your memories, a vibrant local multi-cultural community that offers a beach lifestyle combined with the close proximity of city amenities.




What's this website all about?

This site provides comprehensive information on Bondi Beach Australia, check out the site for information on events at the beach, tours of Sydney and information for backpackers, including visa info, places to visit and essential tips. There is also a section on accommodation that includes info on hotels, apartments and hostels ranging from luxury to budget accommodation and soon to be a guide to all the many fine restaurants at the beach.


Australian Flag

Photo courtesy of Ryan Gawley


The famous beach is only a stone's throw away from many of Sydney's famous sites, the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge are all easily accessible from this most famous beach suburb.




The Evidence...

Heritage Status

In January 2008 Bondi Beach Australia was added to the National heritage list now sitting beside Australian places such as Kakadu, the Sydney Opera House, Uluru as places central to the Australian psyche, culture and history. It is being honoured for its role in Australian Surf Life Saving and beach culture. Peter Garrett the Environment, Heritage and Arts Minister said


'What can be more Australian than Bondi Beach? The sun, the sand, the lifesavers, the sense of place that is so strong here,'

'This is a fantastic day for the Beach and it's fantastic to see it recognised in this way.'


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Everyone is welcome at Bondi

Bondi Caveman

Good news for the 'Bondi Caveman' the man who shares beach views with millionaires is allowed to stayed perched in his cliff side camp overlooking Bondi Beach.

Jhyimy "Two Hats" Mhiyles - the so-called Caveman, came to Sydney for the 2000 Olympic Games and ended up setting up a cliff side home with multi-million dollar views. He has become something of a local celebrity for his lifestyle, poetry recitals and nature loving demeanor.

Jhyimy said 'If you remove yourself to the extremity of land's ledge and that's still not good enough, and people come down and deliberately go out of their way to stir you up and tell you you're taking up too much room in Australia, where would you go? What would you do?

Bondi Beach Australia welcomes people from all cultures and all walks of life and this is what makes this a special and unique place.




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