Find the Best Things to Do in Bondi Beach

About Bondi Beach

How could you pass up a trip to Sydney without visiting the countries most famous beach? Bondi exudes all that Australia is known for, sun, surf, food and a relaxed attitude to life. So grab a towel and take a dip to cool off with the locals.

See & Do

While in Bondi it is simply impossible to pass up on the spectacular Bondi Beach spanning the entire width of the area. There is something for everyone in Bondi, whether you want to take a surf lesson on the beaches spectacular waves, visit the famous saturday morning Bondi Markets with everything from handmade jewellery homemade foods from around Sydney or take the famous Bondi to Coogee headland walk, a 6km path featuring breath-taking coastal views. And what's best is that most of the best Bondi attractions are free!


When looking for fun things to do in Bondi, you can't go past the brilliant bars and amazing restaurants. Bondi has some of the best places to wine, dine and sip coffee in the sun. When strolling along the ocean front, you simply can't go past the Bondi Icebergs bar and restaurant with unbeatable views and soaked in local history. Take a stroll up Hall St, Gould St and Glenayr Ave to enjoy the more vibrant and local restaurants, bars and cafes the area has to offer.


While locals relax by the beach in the day, they come out to party at night at one of the many great options across the city. Whether you are looking to kick up your heels, enjoy cocktails with a view or dance the night away, Bondi has it all. Most notably, the Bondi Icebergs Bar is a popular choice to wind down the day with beers and views or enjoy some cocktails at 34 Degrees South with a two separate bars including a speak-easy downstairs.


Bondi village is perched on a hill leading down to the ocean, this means that almost every home, restaurant and hotel can enjoy spectacular, undisturbed ocean views. With so many tourists coming through Bondi, it's no wonder there are so many quality hotels to rest your head. Bondi accommodates for any budget from hostels to 5 star apartments. Some notable places to stay include Ravesis combining luxury with that relaxed vibe the area is known for, and for the more luxury rooms, try the Swiss Grand Resort.


Bondi may be known for it's beach but any shopoholic knows that Bondi is a gem for all things shopping. With boutiques and surf shop galore you will never run out of places to visit. Take a detour away from the main tourist strip and Take a stroll up Hall St, Gould St and Glenayr Ave where all the very best and most vibrant local boutiques can be found. Further up in Bondi is Bondi Junction, one of the most famous shopping malls in the city.