Bondi to Coogee Beach Coastal Walk

Bored of the city? Then definitely get your walking shoes and athleisure on and head down to Bondi Beach to do the 7km walk to Coogee Beach. The walk starts at the famous beach where everyone seems to need saving on TV at the insta-worthy Bondi Icebergs (it’s a swimming venue, there are not literal icebergs in Sydney).

The famous Bondi Beach, and the place of the TV show Bondi Rescue
The Bondi Icebergs mark the start of the walk

Despite the general humidity of Sydney, the walk is for the most part comfortable with the coastal breeze, with a just a few sections that don’t really get any breeze.

The path is paved and well maintained

The walk is comfortable with it being paved all the way, with the most challenging aspects being stairs.
I managed to do the walk wearing jeans and Adidas Stan Smiths so anyone mildly fit and inappropriate clothes should find this easy!

The walk will take you to Tamarama Beach, Bronte Beach, Clovelly Beach and Gordons Bay

Should take about 2 hours unless you are taking a lot of photos (which you will) and doing a spot of people watching at each beach then allow for 3 hours, which then you might as well make a day of it and have brunch as well by the beach!

The Bronte baths
Gordon’s Bay

Definitely, recommend this walk as it’s a low-cost way to spend most of a day and you get to see some beautiful nature that’s not far from the city and we could all do with some extra exercise!

Coogee Beach

 

Getting there:

  • Train to Bondi Junction and then walk or bus to Bondi.
  • Taxi / Uber (Not really recommended in Sydney given the cost and traffic).

Cost:

Depends how much hydration you need and ice cream you eat at each beach!

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