Bondi Beach: Fascinating Facts About This Australian Coast
Sep 27, 2019
Be it surfing, swimming, walking trails over clifftops, or watching the stunning sunset, you cannot help but be a part of the Bondi-vibe. Let's turn the pages featuring the unique things about this beach in Sydney.
Did you know? “Bondi” is an aboriginal word meaning “water breaking over rocks” or “noise of water breaking over rocks.”
The frivolous waters of Bondi are exciting almost year-round. Other than cold winter days, you canflaunt your tan all the time.
In 2017, the beach made its way into Guinness World Records for having the largest swimsuit shoot with a total of 1,010 beautiful models. Feeling sad you couldn’t be there? Me, too!
Do not be overwhelmed by the number of people you see at the beach. With a staggering number of over 2 million visitors every year, Bondi is in the list of the most crowded beaches.
Bondi Surf Bathers’ Life Saving Club is the world's first surf club, patrolling Bondi Beach 365 days a year. Be assured to be in safe hands when you hit the waters.
Events and the Bondi beach go hand-in-hand. Of them all, save a breath for a popular City to Surf run, with over 80,000 enthusiasts enrolled for the event, held annually.
Celebrities like Rose Byrne, Michael Clarke, Larry Emdur and Steven Kilbey are some of the notable residents of the Bondi Beach. Who knows when you might stumble upon one!
This crescent-shaped beach has been the backdrop in many movies and TV shows. Imagine a movie in making not far away from you.
Bondi has fascinated visitors since years for WinterSwimming. The idea of diving into ice-cold water is spine-chilling...!