Bondi might be known for it’s stunning beach but it’s also host to fun and friendly park with playgrounds, picnic areas and a skatepark.


Getting To Bondi Park, Bondi Beach


Where Is It?

Bondi Park is right next to Bondi Beach, so head down Bondi Road to Campbell Parade and you can’t miss it.

Buses

The 380 & 381 both stop at the park.

Address

The street address is Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach NSW 2026

Parking

There’s a large parking area behind the but it can fill up early, particularly in the summer. There’s also parking along Campbell Parade and more parking towards North Bondi. Most of the parking is ticketed, but there’s a some free parking around in the morning.

Maps


Google Maps Link – Bondi Park | Bondi Beach


Things To Do


Enjoy A Picnic By The World’s Most Famous Beach

Located next to the playground, there’s covered bench tables and barbecues that are free to use. Being some sangas send a couple of cold ones and enjoy the sea air.

Bondi Beach Skatepark | Bondi

Drop In The Bowl At Bondi Skatepark

Located at the northern end of the park Bondi skatepark is probably one of the best outdoor skateparks in the country. Beyond the vert there’s a street section with rails, transition and blocks. Bondi Bowl is one of three awesome skateparks in the Eastern Suburbs. Check the link below to see them all:

Bondi Beach | Bondi

Take A Dip At Bondi Beach

You know what this is about. Sydney’s most famous beach attracts millions of locals and tourists every year. Learn to surf, take a dip, or just dig your feet in the sand and enjoy the view.

Take The Kids To Bondi Beach Playground

What could be better than taking the kids to a playground right next to the world’s most famous beach! Sandpits, slippery dips, swings and sunshades, all a stone’s throw from Bondi Pavillion and plenty of cafes across the road.

Bondi Pavillion Bondi Sydney

Take A Class At Bondi Pavilion

From bicycle workshops and drawing classes to theatre events and book launches, there’s always something on at the Bondi Pavilion. Check their website link below to find out what’s on this week.

Bondi Icebergs is along the Bondi to Coogee Walk

Bondi Icebergs is near the start of the Bondi to Coogee Walk

Discover The Bondi To Coogee Walk

Explore the dramatic coastal walk along famous beaches and coastline on this popular walk. It can be completed in around an hour, just remember you got to walk back as well. The Coastal Walk is one of several great walks in the Eastern Suburbs. Find them all here:


Amenities


  • Food

    Beyond the picnic and barbecue areas Bondi Pavilion is close by and there are many cafés, restaurants and takeaways along Bondi’s strip.

  • Rubbish Bins

    Plenty of rubbish bins in the park.

  • Toilets

    There are toilets and change rooms at Bondi Pavilion and at south Bondi Beach.

  • Can I take my dog?

    Dogs are welcome in the park on leash.

  • Can I Lock My Bike Up?

    There’s some bike lockups around the park.


Nearby


Marks Park  Tamarama Sculpture By The Sea

Marks Park | Tamarama

Outstanding views across the Eastern Suburbs coastline, Marks Park also has a playground and plays host to a variety of artwork during Sculpture By The Sea.


hunter park bondi

 Hunter Sculpture Park | Tamarama

A small park near the start of the Bondi To Coogee Walk with several unique sculptures dotting the cliffside.


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