Wednesday, 11 April 2012

Coogee to Bondi Beach trek

The sun was out so we caught a bus from Circular Quay to Coogee and started the fabled walk to Bondi. 

Coogee (pronounced Coo G) Beach is a fairly small suburb with loads of cafes and drinking establishments, but as it was only 11am so we resisted a beer and wandered along the sandy beach.  Coogee has a gentle surf and so is very popular with families and swimmers at weekends and during holidays. It was fairly quiet (but still busy for midweek!) 

Coogee Beach

Coogee & Coogee Beach
From Coogee the path winds up a hill and through a Dunningham Reserve to Gordon's Bay and round the headland to Clovelly, a popular spot for snorkeling and swimming.

Gordons Bay
From lovelly Clovelly, the path winds along the clifftops passed the Waverley Cemetery, where the residents have views to die for.

Waverley Cemetery
Bronte is a small family beach with an ocean pool.

Tamarama Beach, also know as “Glamarama” attracts the beautiful crowd and surfers that can't be bothered with the crowds at Bondi. The surf is the only rough thing here.
8kms from the start, Bondi came into view! The surf was up, the sun was up and we were happy! Then a few minutes later the clouds rolled in and the sun disappeared so it was time for food and wine. Damn!
Bondi - Exciting or what?

Its a rock


The most famous beach in the world?

Flying Lifeguards!

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