Held in spring at the beginning of November, this is a major event held over the full stretch of the Bondi to Tamarama Beach walk.
It has been growing now for ten years and attracts not only prominent Australian artists but also artists from several countries around the world.
The success of this event has spawned sister events in Perths’ Cottesloe Beach and in Auckland as well as a few other countries.
More details to come soon…
– POSTCODE: 2026
– NEARBY ATTRACTIONS: Eat/Drink: Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs, Bars, takeaways – the length of the beach all the way up and down has as much variety as you would want – although Pizza and Burgers/Shakes dominate. Yes, all the usual suspects in fast food are here as well. But try to make time to visit Bondi Icebergs (pricey and classy) or the RSL at the same place which is more affordable with the same spectacular views as Icebergs.
Buy: Boutiques, surf chic, swimwear, surfboards and surf gear and similar.
– SEE: Bondi Beach – beautiful people and poseurs, surfie hunks and bikini babes – amazing sea and sand vistas…
– TRANSPORT: Buses & Trains – Trains form Central station will take you as far as Bondi Junction and and you can get fast (every 10 minutes) convenient buses going straight up to the beach.
Parking is very limited and expensive, so leave your car at home.
CLICK>: The Bondi Village site is a very comprehensive about the famous beach and reasonably up to date.
Bondi Winter Magic site about Bondi Beach in Winter
Waverly Council is the local government administrator of the district that encompasses Bondi Beach – there is occasionally useful info there (specially if you are staying a while) – check it out, won’t hurt 😉
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