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Tamarama, NSW

Tamarama is a beachside suburb in Sydney, located in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Known for its scenic coastline, Tamarama is situated between two prominent tourist destinations: Bondi Beach and Bronte Beach.

This suburb, often referred to as “Glamarama” due to its popularity among Sydney’s glamorous and fashionable crowd, has a laid-back yet sophisticated atmosphere that is quintessentially Australian.

Known For:

  • Laid-back yet sophisticated beach atmosphere

Tamarama Beach, NSW

Tamarama Beach, the heart of this suburb, is a relatively small beach compared to its neighbouring counterparts. Its length is only 80 meters, but its captivating beauty is renowned across Sydney. Its curling waves are a paradise for surfers, although the rip currents can be quite challenging even for the most experienced surfers.

The beach is backed by a lovely park, Tamarama Park, where visitors can relax, have a picnic or simply enjoy the breathtaking coastal views. The park also features a barbecue area and a playground, making it a family-friendly destination.

Apart from the beach, the area is known for the Tamarama Marine Drive, a walking trail that forms part of the iconic Bondi to Coogee coastal walk. This trail showcases some of the most striking features of the Sydney coastline, including stunning cliffs, crashing waves, and panoramic views of the vast Pacific Ocean.

The Tamarama Surf Lifesaving Club, established in 1906, is a significant part of the local community, offering training and services to ensure beach safety. The club is also a gathering point for locals and hosts various events throughout the year.

Each year, Tamarama hosts Sculpture by the Sea, the world’s largest free to the public sculpture exhibitions. Artists from around the world showcase their works along the coastal walk from Bondi to Tamarama, drawing large crowds of art enthusiasts, tourists, and locals.

Tamarama Beach

Despite its small size, Tamarama has a thriving culinary scene. There are a variety of cafes and restaurants scattered across the suburb, offering everything from quick bites to fine dining experiences.

Residentially, Tamarama features a mix of architecturally diverse housing options, from contemporary apartments with breathtaking sea views to traditional homes. Living in Tamarama offers a blend of beach town relaxation and proximity to Sydney’s vibrant city life.

Where to stay?


  • Nature based
  • Relaxation

Popular Activities

  • Sightseeing
  • Swimming
  • Beach
  • Surfing

About Tamarama

  • Locality: Suburb
  • Tamarama Postcode: 2026
  • State: New South Wales
  • Region: Sydney
  • Latitude: -33.89744
  • Longitude: 151.27184
  • Elevation: 50m
  • Population: 1622
  • Median Income: $73528
  • Area (Sq/km): 0.3
  • Timezone: Australia/Sydney

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