Tucked away in the eastern suburbs of Sydney, New South Wales, is Australia’s surf spot Bondi Beach. The kilometer-long destination is ideal for all levels of surfers, especially for beginners since surfing lessons are offered at Bondi Beach. If you want to visit Bondi, note that the seasons in Australia are opposite of the seasons in the United States. See Bondi at its best by planning your trip between November and March, which is the summer season in Australia.
Australia’s surf spot Bondi Beach
“Anybody researching Bondi Beach will have noticed a surprising lack of online presence for such a world-renowned travel destination. Our new site atbondi.com celebrates our gorgeous beach, vibrant village and allows visitors to explore our unique coastal lifestyle.”
“It also forms part of a growing trend in tourism where people researching travel destinations are seeking authenticity. The travel market is increasingly savvy. They want independent information and reviews from locals and people who have already visited a destination. atbondi.com provides that and more”, said Ms Solo.
While the site is independently owned and operated, it is aligned with the State Government’s focus of “positioning NSW as Australia’s premier surfing and coastal holiday destination” to achieve the long term goal in strengthening the appeal of Sydney and NSW to young holidaymakers, as stated recently by Destination NSW CEO Sandra Chipchase.
Ms Solo agrees. “The Australian tourism industry is experiencing a new surge of optimism and activity and I think our unique surf coast destinations can play a vital role in attracting visitors. It’s really exciting to be a part of that by showcasing one of our most beloved and iconic locations, Bondi Beach, particularly as we kick off the summer season.”
“There’s a wonderful community feel to Bondi and I really encourage people to rinse off after a swim and wander up through town to one of the many cafes, fashion boutiques, galleries or gift stores. We’re famous for our beautiful beach but it’s our warm and welcoming, laid-back locals and lifestyle that really draws people in.” Read more about Bondi Beach
Once you’re in Sydney, you can take either the bus or train to get to Australia’s surf spot Bondi Beach. If you have a car, you might want to leave it at home since parking space is quite limited in the area. You’ll have no problem finding a place to stay in Bondi since backpacker hostels and spaces for rent are plentiful near and around the beach. There are also plenty of activities you can do in Bondi Beach. During one of your breaks from surfing drop by the Bondi Pavilion Community Centre and the Bondi Beach Market for some good food, entertainment, and retail therapy.”