Bondi Park

The iconic Bondi Park, Beach and Pavilion form a recreational and cultural asset as well as a destination for the local Bondi Beach community and visitors from Sydney as well as national and international locations.

Built facilities within the park and beach include the Bondi Pavilion, Bondi Surf Bathers’ Life Saving Club, North Bondi Life Saving Club, lifeguard tower, toilet blocks at the northern and southern end of the park.

Recreational facilities include the skate park, children’s playground, the promenade, fitness station, picnic shelters, barbecues, the Wally Weeks Tidal Pool, the Children’s Wading Pool and playground at Biddigal Reserve.

The most popular activities for people visiting Bondi are swimming or surfing. The Park provides passive recreational activities such as picnicking, sitting, and relaxing. Beach volleyball is permitted on the southern end of the Beach.

Vehicle access and parking on site along Queen Elizabeth Drive and Park Drive.


  4 * Barbecues operate until dusk and are free (currently off temporarily)
  Fitness station
  Play equipment
  Park toilets are open between 6:30am and sunset, 7 days a week. Find other nearby public toilets
  Beach access
  Tickets, coin and on-street
  Kiosk - Bondi Pavilion
Ocean view  Ocean views
Shade trees Shade trees

Prohibitions: alcohol, ball games, bicycles, dogs (dogs allowed on leash on Coastal Walk only), skateboards, portable BBQs.
Public toilet: Find the public toilets closest to this park
Maximum party size: 50


  • Accessible Carparking Spaces
  • Accessible Toilets
  • Beach Wheelchairs
  • Accessible Ramps and Beach Matting


Off Campbell Pde, Bondi Beach (back of Bondi Beach).