Bronte Beach

Bronte Beach

Bronte Beach

Bronte beach at the Bondi to Coogee walk is great for swimmers and surfers alike. Bronte Beach is very scenic it makes for a nice getaway for the whole family. Bronte Beach is a beautiful Sydney Beach and a perfect place to enjoy a day with the family. With a fantastic children’s playground, picnic and free electric BBQ facilities, a large grassy lawn that’s perfect for ball games, plenty of eateries and a kiosk, two rockpools, and the glorious blue waters and sandy beach, Bronte Beach has something for everyone. There are two fantastic rockpools at Bronte Beach, one natural and one man-made. The natural rockpool is a great spot for the children to enjoy the ocean in a safe environment, explore the rocks, do some snorkeling and hopefully find some little fish to delight them. The man-made pool provides the perfect spot for some laps in the ocean, a 30 metre ocean pool rock pool towards the southern end of the beach, if you find the surf too challenging. The children will love the shaded playground equipped with a cubby house, swings and slides and a climbing structure. There is also a great little mini-train that runs around a fixed track on the lawn at Bronte Beach. Pack a picnic and bring your favourite sausages to Bronte for a gourmet lunch right on the beach. There are plenty of tables with benches where you can set up for the day, and self-operated BBQs where you can cook your food. All of the cafes and restaurants along the trendy cafe strip directly opposite Bronte Park and Bronte Beach offer great food and refreshments, with options for all tastes and budgets. The beach is patrolled by volunteer lifeguards from the life saving club at weekends and on public holidays. Bronte Surf Lifesaving Club is celebrated its 110th anniversary last year, the oldest such organisation in the world having been formed in 1903.

Bronte Beach Food and Drinks – There’s a cafe strip opposite Bronte Beach where you can get good food and refreshments.

How to get to Bronte Beach

How to get to Bronte Beach by using Sydney’s buses and/or trains.

Bronte Bogey Hole

There are two fantastic rockpools at Bronte Beach, one natural and one man-made.

Bronte children's train

The Bronte model train gives rides to kids and their enthusiastic parents.

Bronte Beach Surf Club

The Bronte Beach surf clubs patrols the the beach.