Bondi Beach to Tamarama via Marks Park
Bondi - Tamarama walk

Bondi to Tamarama


Distance: 1.2 km Bondi Icebergs to Tamarama Beach Time: 25 minutes + stops
Difficulty: Medium. Steep stairs, paved track.


The Bondi to Coogee walk begins at the bottom of Notts Avenue, near the Icebergs pool, South Bondi. The Bondi to Coogee walk can also be accessed by stairs via Marks park above the Bondi to Coogee walk. From Notts Avenue the path drops to a concrete waterfront walking track between rock overhangs and waves and crosses a gully. This part of the walk offers sweeping views of North and South Bondi. Look out for a surviving Aboriginal rock engraving of a shark or whale adjacent to the walkway to the left, just past the steps below Marks park along the Bondi to Coogee walk. The path sweeps around a cove and a small inlet called Mackenzies Bay to climb around the next headland to emerge near Tamarama SLSC clubhouse. The Bondi to Tamarama walk hosts the annual Sculpture by the Sea outdoor exhibition of over a 100 artworks displayed along the coast.


Bondi to Tamarama walk walk highlights


- World famous Bondi Beach, swimming, surfing, eating out
- Icebergs swimming pool with amazing views of Bondi and the surfers
- Hunter Park where sculptures from previous additions of the annual Sculpture by the Sea are on display
- Marks Park with spectacular views of Bondi Beach and the coastline to the south. The park is the base for the Sculpture by the sea exhibition
- McKenzies, a rocky outcrop popular with surfers. It is also the smallest beach in the state of NSW when it apperas at low tide
- Tamarama Beach, aka "Glamarama" is a small beach with great surf where the beautiful people hang out


The walk


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