Thanks to the beautiful Bondi Beach, which attracts visitors from all around the world and is one of the most visited beaches in the world, Bondi is a popular destination for tourist who come to Sydney. Before checking out some of the great bars and restaurants in the area, have a look at our list of the best things to do in Bondi.
Sculpture by the Sea
The Sculpture by the Sea exhibition is an annual exhibition of modern sculpture art by local artists as well as artists from around the world. This artistic collaboration is normally a two or three-week event that takes place in a temporary two-kilometre sculpture park located along the coast between the well-known Bondi Beach and Tamarama Beach. Sculpture by the Sea generally takes place just before the start of summer, when the weather isn’t too hot, but the sun is out, making it the perfect time to take a stroll along the coast.
If you find yourself in Bondi when the weather takes a turn for the worst, and the dream of a beautiful sunny day on the eastern coast of Australia is ruined thanks to some clouds and a bit of rain, don’t worry too much, because you can still have a great day checking out some of the Australian fashion brands and designers at Westfield Bondi. The Bondi Junction Shopping Centre is one of the biggest in the country and has a great range of boutique fashion retailers and some of Australia’s favourite designers.
Australia is a country completely surrounded by oceans, and there are many beaches in which to swim and surf. One beach that is perfect for both beginners and advanced surfers is Bondi Beach. This beach is the perfect example of an eastern Australian beach, but if you’d like to go surfing somewhere without the crowds that you can sometimes find at Bondi Beach, there are a couple of beaches not too far south. You can take a walk along the coast to Tamarama Beach or Bronte Beach, where the crowds are smaller but the surf is still great.