A great way to start your day would be catching a bus to Coogee beach, it’s a part of Sydney’s eastern beaches and has stunning houses and coastline scenery that is worth more than a 1000 words! 

While the track is around 6 km it takes anywhere from 1,5 hours to 3 hours depending on your fitness or (more likely) how many photos you stop to take. This track takes you through a few smaller beaches and snorkeling locations so it’s a good idea to bring your swimmers and goggles! Sunscreen in Australia is a must all year round. You will be burnt to a crisp if you decide to forgo it. 

But one of the reasons this walk is such a must do is the Views! From sheer cliff drops, crystal clear waters to stunning beaches and gorgeous views of Sydney’s eastern coastline and clear waters your friends will be envious of all the photos! 

Once at Bondi, you can opt for a swim and/or some lunch. There are so many places to choose from so no matter how fussy of an eater you are I guarantee something will please your taste buds! Bondi itself is famous for its many cameos in tv and film but if you are not so keen on a possible shark encounter, Bondi is also known for its saltwater pools, located on the far right end of the beach! They are constantly being refilled with both waves and the tide changes but none of the risks of swimming in the ocean.

If you’re feeling game you could take a surf lesson, take a free beachside yoga class or simply browse the shops! 

Spending a day here is easy as there is so much to do and see! If you feel like a healthy snack or lunch you can walk up to the supermarket (called About Life) and buy some food for a picnic on the beach. 

It’s an easy ride back to the city, buses leave the waterfront every 15-20 min about to the Bondi Junction shopping mall and train station where you can start making your way back to the city.