There is nothing in the world quite like the coastal walk. There are some awesome walks in and around Bondi. The glorious beaches and crisp salty air, the sound of waves and spectacular cliff tops, have been known to inspire, relax and delight locals and visitors.

When: All year round
Where: Bondi Beach & Surroundings

Bondi History Walks

Bondi History Walks are held on Sundays throughout July as part of the Bondi Winter Magic program. Click here for more information.

Bondi Promenade

A one kilometre 15 minute stroll from one end of Bondi Beach to the other with plenty to see on the way – skate park, giant murals, golden sands and the sparkling Pacific Ocean. People of all walks of life stroll along one of Sydney’s most popular beaches each day.

Bondi Beach is a the only south facing ocean beach in Sydney – most face east, straight out to sea. And home to the Waverley Lifeguards who feature on Bondi Rescue.

The Bondi to Bronte Coastal Walk

The walk begins at the north end of Bondi Beach at Ben Buckler Point. You can also join just on the footpath at the South side of Bondi (near Icebergs). It covers the headlands and bays of Bondi, Tamarama and Bronte Beaches with a cliff-top path from Bondi to Tamarama. The walk is 4km and takes around an hour and a half, depending on your speed.

View and print a map of the walk here.

Waverley Cliff Walk – Federation Cliff Walk

This walk links parks from Dover Height sto Vaucluse and features Hawkesbury sandstone cliffs up to 80 meters high at Raleigh Reserve - geological history from the Triassic period, 20 million years ago.

The walk is 3 kilometers long. It will take you about 2 hours. Don't forget to take a hat, wear comfortable shoes and use sunscreen!

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for more information.

Waverley Cemetery to Coogee Beach

The Waverley Cemetery opened in 1877 and is located on a cliff top boardwalk with fantastic views between Bronte and Clovelly, above the Bondi to Coogee walk. It is noted for its largely intact Victorian and Edwardian monuments. The cemetery contains the graves of many significant Australians including the poet Henry Lawson and Australia’s first Prime Minister, Sir Edmund Barton.

And away from the beaches, our Green Link Walks.