Here is a shot that I got late one morning after riding one of the Explorer Buses from Circular Quay in downtown Sydney. Sydney really only has two sand beaches around it. They both happen to be on both sides of the Sydney Harbour entrances on the north and south sides of the inlet.
Bondi Beach is referred to as Australia’s most famous beach and it is located in the suburb of Bondi, in the Municipality of Waverley, seven kilometres from the centre of Sydney.
Bondi is believed to be an Aboriginal word meaning the sound of breaking waves. There are Aboriginal Rock carvings on the northern end of the beach at Ben Buckler and south of Bondi Beach near McKenzies Beach on the coastal walk.
I noticed that it was a VERY clean beach and enjoyed the visit there very much.