Located just 7km east of the Sydney CBD making it the closest beach to the city, Bondi has become increasingly gentrified and affluent and a most desirable and trendy lifestyle address.
The famous Bondi to Bronte walk along the oceanfront cliffs and beachfront promenade is loved by residents and visitors alike. At the north end of the beach, the prominent Ben Buckler peninsula juts out into the ocean, lined with a select number of apartment buildings which enjoy incredible views.
Architecturally it?s home to plenty of Art Deco apartments along the beachfront and Federation and 1930s semis and freestanding homes further back from the beach. A growing array of new luxury apartment buildings have been built to cater to wealthy buyers keen for a prime ocean view.
The Icebergs swimming club is Australia?s oldest swimming club and one of the area?s premier icons. Retaining the famous sea pool, it?s been redeveloped to incorporate Icebergs Dining Room, one of Sydney?s top restaurants. Bondi?s caf? culture is part of its appeal, with plenty of laidback places to breakfast or lunch and great coffee to be found everywhere. It?s also become quite a retail destination, with a number of interesting and eclectic boutiques dotted around its streets, with Gould Street forming the main shopping hub.
Bondi is well serviced by bus transport to and from the CBD and Bondi Junction bus and train interchange.
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