Rising above Sydney’s famous Bondi Beach, Bondi quietly watches surfers hit the lip from its elevated perch in the city’s eastern suburbs. Bondi’s relative shyness to its rowdy neighbor doesn’t mean it lacks style, charisma, or personality. On the contrary, its local shops are neighborhood institutions and its classic bungalows preserve its beach town charm. Share a brew on Bondi Road or skate to the beach with your board—it’s easy to take it easy in Bondi.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
Bondi: A Bustling Hub Minutes from the Beach
I told my Brisbane cousin once that Bondi was the centre of the universe and he said “It might be the centre of your universe maybe.” But honestly, being in the heart of Sydney's three iconic eastern beaches is the best possible place to stay in Sydney. Each beach has a completely different feel from the others and they're all connected by a stunning cliff walk."
Bondi: Bars, Cafes, and Restaurants Near the Water
Wine and dine at the local cafes and restaurants, soak up the music from local venues, go crazy with shopping at Bondi Junction or take the bus/ train/ $25 cab fare to the Sydney nightlife and attractions."
The Beach Town's Quiet Side
Amazingly quiet and beautiful neighborhood. Great streets on either side of the neighborhood with tons of Restaurant and Bar choices right on the way to the beach."
Visited in 2013
Waverley Park: A Sporting Field
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Vanessa Levis is a food and lifestyle photographer from Sydney. Her fresh and modern photographs have been featured in some of Australia’s leading food and lifestyle magazines, as well as in international publications. She lives in Bondi and has loved being able to shoot and capture places she and her husband have called home for the past 14 years while raising their young family.