Bondi Beach is popular by locals and travelers. Here are a few travel tips of things you might like to do.
- Walk on the coastal walk (at the bottom of Notts Avenue, off Campbell Parade) to Tamarama , Bronte , Coogee and eventually Maroubra.
- Bondi Icebergs - A popular rock swimming pool with restaurant and bar facilities upstairs that look over the entire beach. It is named for the brave swimmers who compete here in the winter months. Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 6.00AM and 7.00PM, Saturday & Sunday:6.30AM - 6.30PM. Entry $4 Adults/$2.50 Children/Seniors.
- Surf with Let's Go Surfing, the only surf school on Bondi Beach. Alternatively, shops along Campebell Parade sell / rent surf boards and body boards, as well as wetsuits.
- Swim but always stay between the flags where lifeguards keep a watch on the swimmers. On weekends and public holidays, volunteer lifesavers also perform watch duty on the beach. Strong rip currents and sandbars are the dangers on the beach, so the unexperienced swimmers should always find out the sea condition from the lifeguard or lifesaver before entering the water.
- Scuba Dive at North Bondi. Meet the protected Blue Groper and visit the Cathedral Cave. Rent scuba gear from Dive Bondi at 198 Bondi Rd. PADI dive certification is available: Open Water is $425, Advanced Open Water is $375.
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