One of the best things about Sydney is that it offers many beautiful coastal walks all around the city.  The Bondi to Coogee Walk was the first coastal walk I did after I moved here. It is probably one of the most famous in Sydney and not without reason. Every part of the walk offers unique and impressive views.

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The Bondi to Coogee track is part of the Eastern Beaches Walk. After Bondi Beach you pass other beautiful beaches such as Tamarama Beach, Bronte Beach and Clovelly Beach before ending up in Coogee Beach. Along the way you’ll see beautiful cliffs, bays, parks, pools and even an old cemetery.

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Walking from Bondi Beach to Coogee Beach takes about 2 to 3 hours (6km). Even though there are a few steps here and there the track is pretty easy to walk. Plenty of toilets are located along the trail. Probably good to know if you – like me – drink a ton of water every day. Most beaches also offer picnic areas. I personally like to bring a few rolls of vegetable sushi and eat it somewhere in the grass or on one of the many rocks halfway the track.

How to get there. To get to Bondi Beach from the city center either take the train to Bondi Junction and then a bus to Bondi Beach or take the bus from the center straight to Bondi Beach, like Route 333 which is probably the fastest way.

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Check out the map below for more information. The track is divided in different sections. There’s even a possibility to walk further from Coogee to Maroubra, should the 6km walk not be enough for you. Or maybe 6km is a bit too far. No problem! Many people just walk from Bondi to Bronte and back (an easy 4km – 60 minutes). Either way, you will not miss out on the stunning coastal views.

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bonditocoogee.com.au

 

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