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Bondi to Coogee Walk

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Published February 12th 2010
As walks go, they don't come much more gorgeous than the six kilometre stretch from Bondi to Coogee.

Famous Bondi Beach

This is a promenade beloved by locals and tourists alike. Even the beautiful people, such as Bondi residents Michael Clarke and Lara Bingle, are keen on tackling that small slice of the Great Coastal Walk.

Typical summer scene

You begin at the famous Bondi Beach, soon passing the well-known Icebergs. Shortly after, you encounter an Aboriginal engraving near the Mackenzies Point lookout, before arriving at the petite Tamarama Beach.

Mackenzies Point lookout

The next landmark is Bronte Beach. From there, the path continues to Waverley Cemetery, which is not only home to such famous Australians as Sir Edmund Barton, Henry Lawson and Victor Trumper, but would have to be one of the most scenic burial grounds in the world. Moving on, you arrive at Clovelly Beach and then Coogee Beach.

You'd kill to be buried here

It isn't just the classic coastal scenery that makes this walk so pleasurable. With kiosks, cafes, pubs and restaurants lining the route, there are numerous opportunities to stop, relax and soak up the surroundings. And with no less than five beaches, it couldn't be easier to enjoy a swim and a sunbake along the way.

To watch a short video on the walk, click here.
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Why? Sydney, glorious Sydney
When: Any fine day
Where: Bondi to Coogee
Cost: Free
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