Bronte is a suburb between Bondi Beach in the north and Clovelly in the south, in Sydney's Eastern suburbs, NSW, Australia.
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  for more info.
- 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 Walter Burley Griffin, the architect who designed Canberra.
Bronte Beach homepage!
- 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.
There is very limited shopping in Bronte such as convenience stores.
However, there is world class shopping in nearby Bondi Junction.
Cafés & Restaurants - line the street down at the beach.
There are no pubs or bars in Bronte itself. However, there are pubs in neighboring suburbs such as Clovelly, Charing Cross and Coogee.
There are no hotels in Bronte but accommodation can be found in private B&Bs and holiday apartments.
The nearest hotels are in Coogee.