Bondi Beach
Bondi Beach
Bondi Beach

Bondi Beach Tours and Tickets

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As Australia’s most famous beach—and the star of its own reality TV show, Bondi Rescue—Bondi Beach delivers with its crescent of golden sand, crashing waves, and crowds of bronzed sunseekers. Just minutes from downtown Sydney, this is the spot to work on your tan, hit the waves, sip cocktails at a beachside bar, or hike along coastal cliffs.

  • Sydney, New South Wales, 2026

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Frances_P, Nov 2023
Very well worthwhile to see Sydney!
Sydney Opera House, Bondi Beach, Harbour Tour. I forgot items on the bus and they were waiting for me the next day when I went on the 2nd day of my 48 hour ticket! I emailed them after I forgot the items and they got right back to me!
Ipshita_G, Nov 2023
Good trip
Good way to see the town. It was raining but still was good. You could definitely walk most of it. But if you have limited time do this.
PaulG_K, Nov 2023
Getting to know Sydney
We had an awesome time with Andrew. He took us all around Sydney. He was very well informed and had stories about everything. The day went by too quickly. We would recommend this tour, especially if your guide is Andrew!
June_T, Nov 2023
Our Sydney experience!
The overall broad spectrum of places and the knowledge of those visited. Highly recommend Julian. He was very knowledgeable and willing to adjust our tour to our interests!
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Q:Is Bondi Beach worth it?
A:Yes, Bondi Beach is certainly worth it, even if only for the people watching, the swell, and the energetic atmosphere. You’ll find hardcore surfers, yoga students sipping takeaway soy flat whites, all kinds of international travelers, and locals alike. Plus, there’s the crescent shaped beach and Bondi Icebergs pool for relaxation.
Q:How do you spend a day at Bondi Beach?
A:For a full day at Bondi Beach, combine exercise, relaxation, and a bit of nightlife. Hike the beach coastal walk to Coogee, do some yoga, or ride some waves. Follow that with a brunch at a cafe. Relax on the beach or shop during the day and grab some cocktails while watching the sunset at night.
Q:Why is Bondi Beach so popular?
A:Bondi Beach is popular because it has something for everyone. It’s a beautiful stretch of land, coming right at the end of the Eastern Suburbs Coastal walk. It has an excellent wave for surfers, and curving-crescent or soft-white sand for sun worshippers. There are plenty of cafes, restaurants, and boutiques.
Q:Is it safe to swim in Bondi Beach?
A:Yes, it’s safe to swim at Bondi Beach if you’re a responsible swimmer. Make sure to stay within the lifeguards’ flags. If you go outside those areas, be careful of riptides. There are underwater creatures who’ll also be swimming with you and surfers out and about, so be aware of what’s around.
Q:Are you allowed on Bondi Beach at night?
A:Yes, people are allowed on Bondi Beach at night. It’s not a good idea to swim at night though, since lifeguards aren’t on duty. While Bondi is a relatively safe suburb, it’s always a good idea to be with friends and keep your wits about you while out at night.
Q:What should I wear to Bondi Beach?
A:Anything goes at Bondi Beach. You’ll find hippies playing bongo drums with dreadlocks, hard-core athletes in spandex, laidback backpackers, surfers in wetsuits, and those dressed up for cocktails at happy hour. Thousands of people frequent Bondi Beach when it’s busy, so you’ll see all sorts of outfits.