Bondi to Coogee Walk

16 Apr 2020 3 min read

Bondi to Coogee Walk

Bondi to Coogee walking trail - distance and time

If starting from the southern end of Bondi Beach, the walk is approximately 6 km long and will take the average walker about 2-3 hours to complete. However given the extraordinary views and landmarks, it is possible to take an entire day. If you’re feeling fresh you can turn around at Coogee and walk back to Bondi - it’s definitely worth the trip.

Buses leave Coogee regularly for the city and surrounding suburbs. Bondi can be accessed by bus from the city, or by bus from Bondi Junction station.

Are dogs allowed on the Bondi to Coogee walking trail?

Dogs are allowed on the Bondi to Coogee walking trail, though they must be kept on the leash at all times. Be aware that it is an extremely busy walk, so the leash must be short so as not to interfere with joggers and walkers. Dogs are not allowed on the beaches along the walk.

Are prams or strollers allowed on the Bondi to Coogee walking trail?

While you can use a stroller for large sections of the walk, there are quite a few stairs (especially at Gordons Bay). If you’re feeling strong or are walking with someone who can assist in carrying the stroller up the stairs, then it is possible.

What should I bring on the Bondi to Coogee walk?

Regardless of the time of year, it is important to understand that even in Sydney weather conditions can change rapidly. A southerly storm in summer could see torrential rain and a drop of up to 20c within minutes, while winter temperatures can get close to freezing once the sun goes down. In other words, it’s important to know the forecast, and plan accordingly.

On the Bondi to Coogee walk it is vital to have sunscreen, comfortable shoes and a hat (preferably with a full brim). There are water bubblers at each beach water, and ample cafe options for food.

What should I wear on the Bondi to Coogee walk?

No matter what the season, a hat and sunscreen is essential. Long sleeves and long pants are also recommended in the cooler months. Shorts and dresses are fine in summer, though be sure to apply sunscreen regularly.

In summer, take your togs for a chance to swim in a choice of beaches. Bondi, Bronte and Tamarama are known for their surf culture, while Clovelly is a great spot to snorkel. Coogee is the perfect family beach, with parks, ocean pools and plenty of cafes.

Did you know you can earn Qantas Points doing all kinds of activities. Simply download the app, keep your phone or wearable device on you - and get moving.

You can also earn points with your Qantas Health Insurance.

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