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The most photographed beach in the country, crescent-shaped Bondi is more than a half-mile long and a must for any visitor to Sydney. It's a great place for swimming, but also a wild ocean - wise swimmers stay between the flags. Bondi has historical significance as the home of Olympic beach volleyball in 2000, and the site of the first life-saving club in the world, founded in 1906. The beach also marks the beginning of the spectacular Bondi to Coogee cliff-top walk (Home to the inspiring annual Sculpture by the Sea exhibition in October/November, http://sculpturebythesea.com). You'll find plenty of cafes and restaurants along the beach, as well as the lively Sunday markets.

The most photographed beach in the country, crescent-shaped Bondi is more than a half-mile long and a must for any visitor to Sydney. It's a great place for swimming, but also a wild ocean - wise swimmers stay between the flags. Bondi has historical significance as the home of Olympic beach volleyball in 2000, and the site of the first life-saving club in the world, founded in 1906. The beach also marks the beginning of the spectacular Bondi to Coogee cliff-top walk (Home to the inspiring annual Sculpture by the Sea exhibition in October/November, http://sculpturebythesea.com). You'll find plenty of cafes and restaurants along the beach, as well as the lively Sunday markets.

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