McIvers Baths are perched on a cliff face and rock platform between Coogee Beach and Wylies Baths.This is the last remaining women's and children's only pool in Australia. The spot was used for...
Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk
Bondi to Coogee Walk
Begin at Sydney’s iconic Bondi Icebergs swimming club and restaurant, where surf washes into the Bondi Baths below and bronzed bathers lap in the sun. A paved path will take you round the headland to Tamarama, where you can marvel at 2000 year old traditional Aboriginal rock carvings at Mark’s Park.
For three weeks each spring, the largest annual sculpture exhibition in the world, Sculptures by the Sea, illuminates the Bondi to Tamarama section of the coastal walk. Be dazzled by over 100 sculptures on this spectacular outdoor stage. This is the largest outdoor exhibition of its kind.
During the warmer months, cool off at one of many historic ocean pools along the way, from Giles Baths and the women only McIvers Baths to the famous Wylie Bathsin Coogee. Beautiful Bronte boasts a natural sheltered rock pool called the Bogey Hole popular with families, as well as a grassy picnic area with barbecues. The secluded Gordon’s Bay is another hidden gem. This picturesque little beach is popular with snorkellers and scuba divers.
There are many opportunities to Indulge in a coffee with some of the best views in Sydney. Relax at local Bronte favourites Nourish Kitchen & Espresso and The Bogey Hole Cafe. From here you can walk by the famous Waverley Cemetery, which looks over the ocean. This panoramic spot offers fascinating insight into Australia’s heritage and includes many prominent Australians, including celebrated poet Henry Lawson.
Round the last headland lies Coogee. Protected from ocean swells by nearby Wedding Cake Island, this beach is a perennial favourite with families and holidaymakers. You will love the calm surf, natural rock pools and parkland for picnics and barbecues. Head to the Coogee Pavillion for a well earned wood-fired pizza or treat the kids to an ice-cream at one of the plentiful cafes along the promenade.
Don't miss these attractions along the Bondi to Coogee walk
The Bondi Baths are located at the southern end of Bondi Beach and have been a land mark for over 100 years.You can enjoy doing some laps in the 50 metre pool or take the kids to the kids pool....
Giles Baths is located at the foot of the northern headland of Coogee Beach.It's a natural rock pool, known as the "Bogey hole" and was used by male bathers in the nineteenth century and continues to be used today...
Gordons Bay is located south of Clovelly Beach and north of Coogee Beach. Access to the bay is only limited to pedestrians via the surrounding streets or the Coastal Walk. Protected by an offshore reef , it is a...
Wylie's Baths is located just a few hundred metres south of Coogee Beach in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, sitting right below the magnificent Maroubra to Bondi coastal walkway. The Baths has sweeping 180 degree views of...
Waverley Cemetery is a state heritage listed cemetery in an iconic location of Sydney's Eastern Suburbs. It is also one of Sydney's oldest continually operating funeral suppliers, caring for families since 1877....
Coogee Pavilion celebrates the good things in life – friendship, family, fun and food, all with a Coogee ocean view.The Ground Floor is the ideal location for family get-togethers, coffee dates or catching...
Located at the southern end of Bondi Beach, Bondi Icebergs Club is an international landmark. Bondi Icebergs has been the home of Winter swimming since 1929 and our famous pool is open to visitors all year...
Thursday 19 October to Sunday 5 November 2017, Bondi
The world's largest annual free-to-the-public outdoor sculpture exhibition, Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi, is back!! One of Sydney's most loved events, the outdoor sculpture exhibition returns to the stunning Bondi to...19 Oct -05Nov
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