Bronte fixates on its crescent-shaped stretch of coast. Its beach and the green space that borders it, Bronte Park, serve as community gathering spaces for Bronte's young professionals and young families. Unless it's a holiday, the neighborhood's cliff-top homes and slow-paced main streets feel less busy, less crowded, and less glamorous than those of famous east suburb neighbors like Bondi Beach, and that's exactly how Bronte's residents like it.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
A Classic Beach Town on Nelson Bay
With cafes, a bakery, restaurants, bars, beaches, public transport, and a coastal walk, this is a great location for visitors who want to stay close to the beach and the city."
Bronte's Growing Cafe Culture: Lines Out the Door
You can catch the bus from the beach directly into central Sydney in about twenty minutes. Or up to the shopping mecca, Bondi Junction, in ten."
Smart Coastal Style
Bronte is the perfect sea-side Sydney holiday."
Bronte Park: The Green Before The Blue
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Carly Earl grew up in the bush before moving to Sydney to pursue photography. She is a photojournalist for News Ltd, shooting features and front covers for publications, but still finds time for a range of freelance projects. Carly has developed a natural style to her imagery that captures the essence of the subject in a unique way. She loved discovering a new side of Sydney while exploring her suburbs for Airbnb.