Situated just a short stroll of slightly over a kilometer south of Bondi lies the charming coastal enclave of Bronte. Facing eastward, its beach captures swells from various directions, although navigating the waters can pose a challenge due to the substantial headlands flanking its north and south ends, as well as clusters of submerged rocks, particularly daunting for swimmers.

Bronte's premier wave is sculpted by the southern headland, yet its break over rocky terrain demands confidence and skill, catering primarily to adept board-riders.

However, these very rocks harbor a secluded natural pool, adored by families with young children seeking a sheltered swimming spot. Additionally, nestled beneath the southern headland lies an ocean-fed lap pool, offering a sublime saltwater swimming experience, accessible to all at no cost.

Beyond the shoreline, a spacious grassy park awaits, equipped with barbecue facilities and picnic tables, seamlessly blending into a verdant wooded gully flanked by rows of upscale residences nestled amidst the opposing hillsides.

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