On this Wordless Wednesday I give you Bronte Beach.
Being chauffeur to the model daughter means I get to go to places that wouldn't normally be on my radar.
This week it was Bronte Beach. Found in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney between Bondi and Coogee, this little bay is quite popular.
I love that there is a big expanse of grass and parkland before the sand starts which means plenty of space for kids (and adults) to play.
There are big trees to escape from the sun as well as shelters with tables making it the perfect spot for family picnics.
There's also a very clean playground away from the sand and sheltered from the sun.
It's obviously a popular spot for brunch as the street is home to a handful of cafes that offer all day breakfast, healthy juices, smoothies and burgers.
Parking can be found on the street for $4 an hour (there is a one hour limit so you have to keep filling the machine) or you can pull into the little car park at the entrance to the beach, which seems small as you enter, but you soon realise there are plenty of spaces available as it leads all the way to Waverley Cemetery.
Bronte Beach has a good sized toilet and shower block as well as a kiosk right on the beach. There is a major bus stop at the entrance to the beach. The beach is home to the Bronte Surf Life Saving Club.
Similar to Bondi, Bronte has an ocean side salt water pool. The next two photos are borrowed from the Bondi to Coogee Walk website.
For more about Bronte click here.
It's another Sydney Gem!
Have you been to Bronte?