Sydney-Travel-Guide.org - Sydney, Australia | Please Bookmark Us! | Recommend Us to Your Friends

Bondi Beach

The most famous beach in Australia, Bondi Beach, is known for its white sand, "Bondi Blue" water used as the colour of iMac, and the fantastic waves for surfing and swimming. Alongside the beach, there is a great variety of restaurants and a couple of stylish hotels.

On the southern side of the beach, there is a wonderful Coastal Walk that has spectacular views of the beach, rocks, and ocean and leads to the neighbouring Bronte Beach.

From time to time, events are held at Bondi, such as the City to Surf marathon, the Kite Flying festival, Sand Sculptures competitions, and much more.

Bondi Junction

The largest commercial area in Sydney's eastern suburb, Bondi Junction, has one of the largest shopping malls in Sydney. Bondi Junction is also the terminus of CityRail's East Suburb line.


Dudley Page Reserve

From the north of Bondi Beach and up Military Road, a little flat reserve known as Dudley Page Reserve has the best view of Sydney's treasures: the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Tower Centrepoint.

Watson's Bay

A 20 minutes' drive north of Bondi Beach and Dudley Page Reserve is the wonderful Watson's Bay. The bay is a combination of nice beaches, a cove, cliff and rock formations and a coastal walk. The Gap of Watson's Bay is a cliff that provides a spectacular view of Sydney City, the harbour and Tasman Sea.

Double Bay

Rose Bay

Affectionately known as Double Bay "Double Pay," this area is one of the most desirable and affluent seaside suburbs for upmarket fashion, antiques, jewellery shops and real estate. Rose Bay is another most-desirable and affluent suburb of Sydney. Seaplane departs from Rose Bay for 30-minute scenic flights to the City, Opera House, Harbour Bridge and northern beaches.

Centennial Park

The 189-hectare Centennial Park was built in 1888 to commemorate 100 years of British settlement in Australia. The park is home to a great variety of plants and trees, and there are ponds linked to the Botany Wetlands System. Visitors can ride bicycles, ride horses, play tennis or golf, go bird watching or jogging, and barbeque here.

< Previous: Sydney Aquarium

Next: Manly >
 

     
 
 
Menu
Sydney, Australia
The Rocks
   Sydney Visitors Centre
   Circular Quay
   The Museum of Contemporary Art
Sydney Opera House
   Sydney Harbour Bridge
Royal Botanic Gardens
   Art Gallery of N.S.W.
   St Mary's Cathedral
Oxford Street
   Paddington
   King's Cross
Centrepoint
   Pitt Street Mall
   Queen Victoria Building
Chinatown
   Paddy's Market
   Powerhouse Museum
   Star City Casino
   Sydney Fish Market
Darling Harbour
   Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre
   Outback Centre
   Chinese Garden of Friendship
Sydney Aquarium
   Australian National Maritime Museum
   LG Imax Theatre
   Cockle Bay Wharf
   Harbourside Shopping Mall
Eastern Suburbs
Bondi Beach
   Bondi Junction
   Dudley Page Reserve
   Watson's Bay
   Double Bay
   Rose Bay
North Shore
Manly
   Taronga Zoo
   Koala Park
   Milsons Point
Hunter Valley
Port Stephens
Inner West
Blue Mountains
   Olympic Park
   Leichhardt
Map of Sydney
Map of Australia
Links and Contacts
Recommend
 
©2005 - 2011 Sydney-Travel-Guide.org
All Rights Reserved.

Google
 
Web Sydney-Travel-Guide.org