Lazy Sunday is everyday at Bondi Beach, Sydney's famous eastern shoreline. More than a scantily-clad strip of sand and rolling surf, Bondi Beach is as beloved for its laid-back bar scene and percolating cafes as it is for the backyard barbecues that fire up every weekend. Despite Bondi Beach being one of the city's most glamorous destinations, its glamor derives from its celebrity status as an epic place in the sun, not from any kind of pretension.See 361 places to stay Save this neighborhood
Bondi Beach: Sydney's Golden Shoreline
Beachside Dining: Casual Cafe Lifestyles
The eateries, coffee houses, restaurants offer a diversity of cuisines for any appetite."
Visited in 2013
Beachside Shopping on Campbell Parade
In case you are tired of the beach (hard to imagine, though), travelling to the city is also very easy by public transport - a bus is leaving every 5-10 minutes."
Dani & Johann
From Golden Shores to Golden Delicious: The Bondi Beach Markets
Beachside Culture at Bondi Pavilion
Staying Fit at Sydney's Famous Beach
Bondi Beach is over 1 km long and the closest beach to the city centre, both beautiful and an icon of Aussie beach and surf culture."
Taking the Scenic Route: Bondi to Bronte Coastal Walk
Sundown on Bondi Beach
The Entertaining Set After Sunset
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David Maurice Smith is a Canadian photographer based in Sydney whose work focuses on travel, reportage, and long-term documentary stories. He is drawn to personal stories and is fascinated by the circumstances that are reflected in each of us. He works hard to visually explore and explain the inspiring, tragic, or somewhere in-between… In 2012 David joined Australia's prestigious Photographic Collective, Oculi.
David Maurice Smith
Damian Shaw was born and raised in Sydney, and has been living in the Bondi area for the last 8 years. Damian has been a photojournalist for the past 10 years working for different publications in Australia and overseas. His images have been published in magazines, websites, and newspapers around the world.
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.