Dive Centre Bondi offer PADI certification courses, GUE courses, and diving trips. 198 Bondi Road, Bondi, 2026 NSW Phone: (02) 9369 3855 Email: email@example.com Website: http://www.divebondi.com.au/
Pro Dive have a few dive centres in Australia and in Bali, and two in Sydney. They offer diving courses, gear and diving trips. Manly 169 Pittwater Road, Manly NSW 2095 Phone: (02) 9977 5966 Fax: (02) 9976 5133 Website: http://www.prodive.com.au Coogee 27 Alfreda Street Coogee NSW 2034 Phone: (02) 9665 6333 […]
The Coast Walk from Bondi to Bronte is a beautiful short walk between two iconic beaches in the Eastern Suburbs of the city. It is ideal for those who only have a short time to take in a walk.
Centennial Park is one of Sydney’s most popular outdoor getaways as it is close to the city and offers a diverse range of activities including cycling, jog•ging, tennis, golf, horse riding lessons, rollerblading, bird watching, picnicking, or you can just relax around a BBQ or lie under a tree next to many of the park’s […]
Camp Cove is at Watson’s Bay, right up near South Head, so the beach offers stunning views of the Harbour stretching all the way to the city. Given its location, it is no surprise the diving and snorkelling here is great, and some rate it as their favourite. Head out on the right hand side […]
Of all the sites that I’ve snorkelled around Sydney, I’d say that this would probably be my favourite. The site is reasonably sheltered, and has lots of interesting sea life to see, and it is all available in fairly shallow waters, making it a great place for beginners to start at. Having said that, there […]
Clovelly Beach is a small narrow sheltered bay, and is almost rectangular in shape. It is a very popular beach being located close to the popular residential areas of Clovelly and Randwick. The beach has great facilities for picnics and BBQs, and also has a cafe and restaurant. The snorkelling here is fantastic, with a […]
Bondi Beach is the closest surf beach to the CBD and perhaps the most iconic beach in Australia. It is home to the world’s first surf life saving club which was founded in 1907. It’s a very popular beach and in the summer holidays can host as many as 30,000 people on a stretch of […]