A distinct neighbourhood that hugs Bondi Road, this small pocket is all about shopping, eating and drinking. Whole foods and organic produce are at the core of most menus. Only a short stroll to world famous Bondi Beach and offering quick access to Sydney’s CBD, Bondi will always be in high demand.
Sitting up on the hill gives Bondi a vantage point that’s the envy of its neighbours. It’s only a short stroll up the hill to the major shopping district of Bondi Junction and direct access to Sydney’s CBD and Centennial Park. Alternatively, locals can stroll down the hill to Bondi Beach and the coastal walk that takes in sweeping views of the rugged coastline.
Healthy outdoor living is the name of the game here and many love to play. Workout gear hugs the bronzed bodies of the locals who like to hang out at their local gym, go to an outdoor training session or follow their own exercise routine every day of the week, rain or shine.
Bondi may not have direct beach access, but the locals are happy to let the hordes of tourists bypass their small neighbourhood.
Cottages and terraces that consume small blocks of land sit side-by-side apartment blocks – from the small intimate four unit blocks to the larger complexes. Examples of Victorian, Federation and contemporary architecture that’s featured throughout Bondi speaks to its growth from large land holdings to being one of the most densely populated suburbs.
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