is one of Australia’s most famous beaches and well-known worldwide. It has probably featured on more postcards and more television shows and films than any other in Australia.
For many Australians and overseas visitors, Bondi Beach epitomises relaxed Australian summers of sun, surf and sand. Australia’s beaches are an integral part of our cultural landscape, attracting more than 80 million visitors every year. The beach and surfing have profoundly influenced Australia’s way of life and leisure and our sense of national identity.
Bondi Beach in particular has a significant place in Australia’s cultural history, playing a central role in the development of our beach culture, including the surf lifesaving movement.
City2Surf – finish line
Festival of the winds