Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk

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Bondi Icebergs

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Bondi Beach

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Bronte Beach

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Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk

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Waverley Cemetery

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Bronte Beach

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Clovelly Beach

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Clovelly Rockpool

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Bondi Beach – Start of the Track

The first time I did this Coastal Track, it was an overcast day. Eventhough it was overcast, it was still beautiful, however, with a vivid blue sky backdrop, it is even more stunning. The Bondi to Coogee Walk is an equally popular walking/running track for the locals and tourists and located in the Eastern suburbs of Sydney.This Coastal Walk is a picturesque walking or running (whichever activity your legs fancy) track which offers beautiful beaches, bays, rock pools, cafe’s and above all, spectacular ocean and cliff views. The track extends 6 kilometres where you will find beaches to swim, parks and benches for rest stops, cafés along the way for recharging your depleting energy with either coffee or gourmet food and above all, it offers a great andulated running/walking exercise track with a stunning backdrop. The coastal track starts at iconic Bondi Icebergs above the Bondi Baths towards the south end of the beach. The boardwalk will take you to Tamarama Beach, Bronte Beach, Clovelly Beach, Gordon Bay and finally to Coogee Beach.

Head off towards Tamarama Beach and you’ll pass by Mackenzie’s Point Beach, which is only accessible at low tide. During Summer months, you can go for a nice dip in one of the beaches or rockpools. Clovelly Beach is a good spot for snorkelling. You will also pass the most scenic and prime spot Waverley Cemetery. What’s the point really if you are six-feet under the ground? 😀 It is a medium grade track but there are some steep gradient paths and several staircases along the track. I recommend wearing comfortable shoes, wear a hat, sunglasses, slap some sun screen on and bring a bottle of water with you. On the weekends, it can get really busy with many locals starting the weekend with their walking/running exercise routine or walking their spoilt dogs. Towards the middle of the day, the eclectic mix of tourists start to arrive with their smartphones or DSLR cameras around their necks taking the picture of stunning views and selfies alike. There are a lot more to see than what I already mentioned but I think I’d let you discover it for yourself.

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Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk

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Bondi Icebergs

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Bondi Beach

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Bronte Beach

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Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk

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Waverley Cemetery

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Bronte Beach

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Clovelly Beach

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Clovelly Rockpool

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Bondi Beach – Start of the Track

The first time I did this Coastal Track, it was an overcast day. Eventhough it was overcast, it was still beautiful, however, with a vivid blue sky backdrop, it is even more stunning. The Bondi to Coogee Walk is an equally popular walking/running track for the locals and tourists and located in the Eastern suburbs of Sydney.This Coastal Walk is a picturesque walking or running (whichever activity your legs fancy) track which offers beautiful beaches, bays, rock pools, cafe’s and above all, spectacular ocean and cliff views. The track extends 6 kilometres where you will find beaches to swim, parks and benches for rest stops, cafés along the way for recharging your depleting energy with either coffee or gourmet food and above all, it offers a great andulated running/walking exercise track with a stunning backdrop. The coastal track starts at iconic Bondi Icebergs above the Bondi Baths towards the south end of the beach. The boardwalk will take you to Tamarama Beach, Bronte Beach, Clovelly Beach, Gordon Bay and finally to Coogee Beach.

Head off towards Tamarama Beach and you’ll pass by Mackenzie’s Point Beach, which is only accessible at low tide. During Summer months, you can go for a nice dip in one of the beaches or rockpools. Clovelly Beach is a good spot for snorkelling. You will also pass the most scenic and prime spot Waverley Cemetery. What’s the point really if you are six-feet under the ground? 😀 It is a medium grade track but there are some steep gradient paths and several staircases along the track. I recommend wearing comfortable shoes, wear a hat, sunglasses, slap some sun screen on and bring a bottle of water with you. On the weekends, it can get really busy with many locals starting the weekend with their walking/running exercise routine or walking their spoilt dogs. Towards the middle of the day, the eclectic mix of tourists start to arrive with their smartphones or DSLR cameras around their necks taking the picture of stunning views and selfies alike. There are a lot more to see than what I already mentioned but I think I’d let you discover it for yourself.

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