Bondi Beach 1944
Bondi Beach 2012
Bondi Beach as some still call it Bondi Bay is located about 7 km east of the Sydney CBD.
Over the years Bondi Beach has become a very popular destination for many visitors and is always a popular destination for many locals.
With many great food outlets and tourist facilities it draws great crowds of people especially in summer time.
You will find many people from different nationalities will make their way to Bondi Beach with their friends and family members to spend the day out enjoying great Australian summer.
Parking facilities used to be free for many years, but these days its all changed..
Like they say "it's first in and best dressed" as the place get's really crowded.
So if you plan to come to Bondi Beach do plan ahead and try to come early.
Many people try to park thier vehicles in side streets as on the weekends finding a parking spot in front of the beach can be a great challenge.
Don't forget about public transport like buses as you can make your way to Bondi Junction by train and then catch public bus which will travel along Bondi road and eventually travel along Campbell Parade the main street at Bondi Beach, eventualy making it's way towards North Sydney and then towards Vaucluse.
Bondi Life Saving Club was formed in 1906 and the oldest in Australia.
In summer Bondi beach is patrolled by many great volunteer lifesavers, making sure that it is safe for all swimmers enjoying the ocean's waters.
Everyone is advised when swimming to stay between Australia’s iconic red and yellow beach safety flags, which closely kept en eye out by lifesavers at the beach.