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Sydney/Bronte

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Bronte is a suburb between Bondi Beach in the north and Clovelly in the south, in Sydney's Eastern suburbs, NSW, Australia.


Get in[edit]

Take a suburban train from Central Station (track 24) to Bondi Junction and then bus 378 towards Bronte Beach. Get off at the terminus. The travel takes 30 minutes from Central. See [1] for more info.

See[edit][add listing]

  • Bronte House - An Historic house up Bronte Road from the north end of the beach. Bronte House.
  • The Historic Waverley Cemetery is on the south head of Bronte. It is Australia's oldest European graveyard, and contains a mausoleum designed by, the architect who designed Canberra.

Do[edit][add listing]

Bronte Beach homepage![2]

  • Surfing - Bronte can be a dangerous beach for swimmers, but is popular with surfers.
  • Swimming - at the south end is a rock pool ideal for parents, and a sea pool for swimming lengths. Many locals swim from head to head all year round. The beach is well patrolled in the warmer months.
  • Model Train - during summer a childrens train operates in the park.
  • Picnics - Bronte beach has many barbeque facilities and is a great place for picnics at all times of year.

Buy[edit][add listing]

There is very limited shopping in Bronte such as convenience stores.

However, there is world class shopping in nearby Bondi Junction.

Eat[edit][add listing]

Cafés & Restaurants - line the street down at the beach.

Drink[edit][add listing]

There are no pubs or bars in Bronte itself. However, there are pubs in neighboring suburbs such as Clovelly, Charing Cross and Coogee.

Sleep[edit][add listing]

There are no hotels in Bronte but accommodation can be found in private B&Bs and holiday apartments.

The nearest hotels are in Coogee.

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