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Bronte Beach, NSW

Bronte Beach is a picturesque but relatively small beach (at around 250m in length), located in the eastern suburbs of Sydney, about 7.5 kilometers (15 minutes by car) east of the Sydney CBD, and about 2 kilometers south of Bondi Beach.

Known For

  • Picturesque beach close to the city
  • Beautiful ocean views and popular surf spots

Bronte Beach

Bronte Beach offers a wide range of activities for visitors of all ages and interests. The beach boasts fantastic surf, an man-made ocean pool, and a naturally secluded area enclosed by rocks, perfect for families. The two rock pools are free, so that’s nice.

Additionally, the beach features a lovely picnic area, equipped with all the necessary amenities. Bronte Beach is east-facing and is perfect for ocean swimming – it is safe all year round and patrolled by lifeguards during the summer months.

Bronte Ocean Pool

For the surfers, Bronte Beach offers several surf breaks that are suitable for all levels of surfers. The most popular surf spot is known as “The Point,” which is located at the southern end of the beach. This spot is known for its long, peeling right-handers and is considered one of the best surf spots in Sydney.

The beach, known for its combination of sand and rocky terrain, is nestled against towering cliffs which are home to luxurious, multi-million dollar homes with breathtaking views of Bronte Park. The park, located just behind the beach, boasts lush greenery, including a verdant valley filled with trees and sprawling grasslands, making it a perfect spot to relax and enjoy nature.

The best time to visit Bronte Beach is during the summer months, from December to February, when the weather is warm and the beach is most crowded. However, the beach can be enjoyed year-round, and the off-season can be a great time to visit if you prefer a more relaxed atmosphere.

Bondi to Bronte Coastal Walk

Experience the beauty of the eastern beaches of Sydney on the Bondi to Bronte scenic coastal walk. Whether you choose to wander on your own or take a guided tour, you’ll be treated to stunning views of Tamarama and Bronte beaches as you journey along the clifftops.

The trail also offers a diverse array of plant life with lush green foliage and wildflowers providing a picturesque backdrop to your adventure. Once you reach Bronte, treat yourself to a delicious fish and chip or fresh mango whip.

Take a Trike Tour

Experience Bronte and other eastern beaches of Sydney in a unique way by hopping on a trike tour. These tours are a great way to visit some of the city’s most popular sights with the assistance of a knowledgeable guide.

Sightseeing bus tours

Bus tours are a great option for exploring and experiencing Bronte, as they take you through some of Australia’s most stunning landscapes and allow you to see all the top sights. Additionally, the hop-on-hop-off bus service is available, which stops at all the major landmarks and provides plenty of time for taking pictures before moving on to the next destination.

 

Things to do at Bronte Beach

Bronte is also home to a number of cafes and restaurants on the southern side of the beach that offer a variety of cuisines and dining experiences.

The local icon, Bogey Hole Café, named after the renowned rock pool at Bronte Beach, perfectly captures the atmosphere of the suburb. The café is filled with natural light, and boasts vibrant walls decorated with beach paintings. The café also offers spectacular views of the actual rock pool. The menu features a variety of simple yet delicious dishes, such as eggs benedict, avocado toast, and banana crepes for their all day breakfast.

Overall, Bronte offers a wide range of activities and things to do for visitors of all ages and interests. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing day at the beach, an adventurous day of surfing, or a fun-filled day with the family, Bronte has something for everyone.

Bronte Beach Map

Popular Activities

  • Sightseeing
  • Swimming
  • Beach
  • Surfing

About Bronte Beach

  • Locality: Suburb
  • Bronte Beach Postcode: 2024
  • State: New South Wales
  • Region: Sydney
  • Latitude: -33.90233
  • Longitude: 151.26384
  • Elevation: 43m
  • Population: 6733
  • Median Income: $65572
  • Area (Sq/km): 1.331
  • Timezone: Australia/Sydney

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