On this two hour walking tour of Bondi Beach and headlands, you will visit three archaeological sites dating from 3,000-4,000 BC that feature simple figurative Aboriginal rock art engravings depicting whales, fish, sea turtles, man and perhaps the first account of a shark attack, while walking both the north and south headlands from Williams Park and Ben Buckler to McKenzie Point with the sweeping sands of Bondi Beach in between. Along the way you will pass the National Heritage listed Bondi Pavilion, Bondi and North Bondi Surf Clubs, Icebergs building and pool, taking in all the sites that make Bondi Beach iconic from lifesavers, surfers and sun bathers to the graffiti wall, skate park and boat ramp. Expect an invigorating walk along gentle paths with hills and stairs (that unfortunately make it unsuitable for wheel chair access) fresh air, salt on your lips and sun on your back. I can be flexible, so please contact me to change the departure time to suit. Make a day of it and take the time to swim at the beach before and after the tour, enjoy food and refreshments at Iceberg’s Terrace, the Diggers’ Golf Club or the many cafes, bars and restaurants that Bondi has to offer
You will visit three archeological sites along the iconic Bondi foreshore spanning from Williams Park and Ben Buckler in the north to McKenzie point in the south with 1km Bondi Beach in between.
Comfortable walking shoes
You can park in the beach parking around Bondi Pavilion (the boom gate is at the south end of the beach). Or you will find parking up the hill at North Bondi opposite the golf course.
Bondi Beach Aboriginal Rock Art Tour