A magnificent cliff top coastal walk in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, another free thing to do and all you needed is a pair of comfortable shoes, a hat, a sunscreen, bottled water and a determination to finish the 6 km walk that usually takes two hours to complete. I find the overall terrain relatively easy, with few staircases and steep paths, and abundance of stunning cliff and ocean views. Getting lost is impossible as the trail is properly marked and easy to follow, but you may find your self stopping a lot to take in the beautiful views.
I decided to do it on the reverse, starting at Coogee and ending in Bondi, with the reason that I wanted to hang out at Bondi Beach afterwards. I boarded a bus at the stop nearby the Central Station, the closest to where I was staying and arrived at the early morning peaceful view of Coogee Beach.
Continue walking the trail will lead to Clovelly Beach which marks as one of the stopping point of the coastal walk. From Clovelly, the walk will continue towards Bronte Beach, another highlighted stopping point passing by one of the most beautiful cemetery location wise, the Historic Waverly Cemetery. A sandstone cliffs and rock platforms on this leg of the walk is the perfect place to rest for a while.
I walked along the joggers which are making their way to Tamarama or maybe returning back. I love running and I am envious of the people who get to run on this amazing trail everyday. The walk on this part of Bronte-Tamarama is level and perhaps the easiest and most relax, but not lacking of magnificent ocean view.
After few minutes, I finally reached Tamarama and continued the walk towards the last part and perhaps the most famous stop, the Bondi Beach.