Popular with all age groups, Bronte Beach is close to the inner city and has managed to retain a great deal of its original ... More
Popular with all age groups, Bronte Beach is close to the inner city and has managed to retain a great deal of its original charm. There is a superb body-surfing beach and a twenty-five meter ocean pool. The large adjoining park offers picnic and barbecue facilities. Three inspectors patrol the beach daily (9am-7pm) between October and May. Volunteer lifesavers are also on duty at the weekend and public holidays in the summer.
Bronte Beach is just south of Bondi beach by 2k. It's less crowded and more manageable than it's famous neighbour. Just like Manly and Bondi, Bronte has killer waves for surfing, cafes for eating and plenty of spaces for families to lounge and BBQ in the park with. Well worth the time to get to Bronte, as parking is sparce, and the water, waves and people are fantastic.
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