Bondi Beach is a very popular and one of the highly frequented beache in the suburbs of Sydney. 1 km long coastline can attract close to 40,000 people on a typical summer weekend.Bondi Beach is a wide curved-shaped expanse of white sand bounded by a concrete walkway along the beach and cliffs at both ends. The sand is incredibly white and clean and the water as surprisingly turquoise and clear for an urban beach. Over the years Bondi Beach has become an icon and gone on to symbolize Aussie lidestyle. The most popular activity over here is to surf.The waves can range from very large surfable waves to calm and quiet. Specific areas are marked for board riders, body surfing and swimming. If the surf gets too large for your enjoyment, there are two rock pools at either end of the beach. At Bondi beach you can find some great restaurants, pubs that promise an exciting nightlife.
The dress is usually casual with t-shirts, sandals and shorts quite acceptable in most of the dining places. The Bondi Pavilion, on the beachfront, often has entertainment and exhibitions. This is a place where you can collect interesting souvenirs in remembrance of your trip to the beach. For the romantic couple there is the great coastal walk (6km) starting at the south end of the beach that combines beautiful ocean views and allows you to visit a number of smaller but still scenic beaches all the way to Coogee Beach. You and your partner will never forget the memories the walk will bring for you. R estaurants found in Bondi include a tasty international range as well as seafood, vegetarian and local Australian cuisines.
Thai, Mexican, Asian, Italian,Australia and Japanese are all some of the other varied cuisines offered by these restaurants.