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Bondi to Bronte walk

Bondi to Coogee Walk

The Bondi to Coogee walk – or the shorter Bondi to Bronte walk –  is justifiably one of Sydney’s most popular coastal walks. Finishing at Sydney’s iconic Bondi Beach, visitors will be blown away by the seaside lifestyle while locals may take the million-dollar views in their stride. Highlights of the Bondi Coogee Walk Ocean […]

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Where to Stay in Sydney to Walk

Thinking about which of the city’s best walks you’ll do will determine where to stay in Sydney. If you’ll be doing other things during your stay, it doesn’t really matter where you stay as it’s fairly easy to get around… but if you only have a short time in Sydney and like the sound of […]

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Ideas for 24 Hours in Sydney’s Outdoors

As born and bred locals, we want to help you scratch the city’s surface to discover a whole other side: that of towering gum trees, dramatic sandstone cliffs and secret bush enclaves. Depending how long your stay is, even six of the best walks might be stretching it a bit, so here are some tips […]

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Aerial view of Clifton Gardens on the Manly to Bondi Walk

Manly to Bondi Walk

The Manly to Bondi walk is the harbour section of Sydney’s Great Coastal Walk. It’s between the Palm Beach to Manly Walk and the Bondi to Coogee Walk, and is smack bang in the middle of Sydney’s coastal walks. You could do this in the opposite direction as a Bondi to Manly walk, but if […]

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Sydney's Great Coastal Walk

Sydney’s Great Coastal Walk

While multi-day inn-to-inn walks are more well-known in Europe (think Spain’s increasingly popular Camino de Santiago), and thru-hiking in the USA is massive (think Appalachian Trail), Sydney’s Great Coastal Walk is putting Australia on the world map for walking holidays. It’s also called the Palm Beach to Cronulla walk and is nearly 200km of continuous […]

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Cemetery Walking Tours

Cemetery walking tours give fascinating insight into the people and society that came before. Because in death, there are enduring signs of life. While Sydney may not be home to famous cemeteries like Cimetière du Père Lachaise in Paris or the Old Jewish Cemetery in Prague, still the old cemeteries of this relatively modern city […]

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Gordons Bay Bondi to Coogee

Gordons Bay, Sydney

Gordons Bay, Sydney, is Stop 5 on the Bondi to Coogee Walk as marked on the Coogee to Bondi Walk Map. Gordons Bay in Sydney is an underrated swimming location along the Coogee to Bondi walk. If you’re happy to walk down over some rocks, or walk around to where the Underwater Nature Trail starts […]

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Dunningham Reserve Sandstone Cliffs

Dunningham Reserve is Stop 4 on the Bondi to Coogee Walk as marked on the Coogee to Bondi Walk Map. A long, long time ago (250 million years or so) when dinosaurs still roamed Earth’s supercontinent Pangaea, where you’re now standing was a giant floodplain. The ancient rivers that flowed down into what is now […]

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Bali Memorial, Dolphins Point

The Bali Memorial at Dolphins Point, Coogee, is Stop 3 on the Bondi to Coogee Walk as marked on the Coogee to Bondi Walk Map. This towering bronze statue, weighing nearly one tonne, honours everyone who died in the Bali bombings. “It is a tribute to the Australian spirit of courage and endurance. The three […]

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Coogee Virgin Mary Shrine

The Coogee Virgin Mary Shrine is Stop 2 on the Bondi to Coogee Walk as marked on the Coogee to Bondi Walk Map. As the map indicates, these information points start at Coogee as you walk towards Bondi. In December 2002 a local who runs the Beach Street Gallery Laundrette, Christine Cherry, noticed what appeared […]

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