Bondi to Coogee Beach Coastal Walk

We set off today on a walk in the hot sunshine. Having hopped on a bus, we arrived at the uber famous Bondi Beach. Here it is…

Not sure about you but I was pretty underwhelmed! I felt exactly the same when I visited Waikiki Beach, another renowned beach which is glamourised but in reality too crowded and commercialised! I much prefer a beach that is peaceful but beautiful. How about you?

Once we had a quick look at Bondi, we set off on the Bondi to Coogee beach walk. It’s really famous, and – as we soon found out – very popular with locals!
You can see why though. There are some incredible views and it’s lovely to walk along the coast for a while just soaking up the views and the atmosphere. A great place for a daily run!
The walk will probably take you about an hour and a half with the odd short break, and depending on how quickly you plan to walk it! I would, however, advise walking during the week. We went on a Sunday and it was heaving with locals exercising, particularly as it was such a beautiful hot day.

You just come over incredible view after view after view!

Just before we reached Coogee we bumped into this little beach on the way. It was so pretty and reminded me of a hot, tropical version of Cornwall in the UK. I can see why it was the setting of a photoshoot whilst we were there!

I finished the day with sushi. I haven’t yet mentioned how great the sushi is in Australia – really good quality stuff. And it’s everywhere! I certainly didn’t complain!

Have you done the Bondi to Coogee coastal walk? Are there any other walks in Sydney you’d recommend? I’d love to hear about them!

5 thoughts on “Bondi to Coogee Beach Coastal Walk

  1. I honestly do not like crowded beaches. I'm so lucky to live in The Bahamas where there are a bit of secluded beaches. Most locals don't really flock to the beaches unless it's a holiday but the beaches on Paradise Island are normally full.

    Once again, great capture of such beautiful scenery!

    Eesh | The Other Side of Paradise


  2. Oh Eesh you are incredibly lucky living in the Bahamas! That's wayyyy up on my list of places I'd love to visit! And I'm sure the beaches there are just b-e-a-uuutiful – I can only imagine. Thanks again for your lovely comments, I really appreciate them 🙂


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