Snorkeling in Bondi Beach, Sydney,
New South Wales Australia
20 m/65 ft
Bondi beach is the widest and most famous beach in the Sydney region. It is located in the suburb of Bondi, at just 7 km/4 mi from the center of Sydney. At the east side of the beach lies the north Bondi rocks which attrack snorkeling enthusiasts.
The spot provides with good facilities and free but limited parking. Visibility rate is good enough, around 10 m/32 ft or more. The maximum depth is at 20m/65ft. Water temperature is up to 21°C/69.80°F in summer and early autumn months and between 14-18°C/57.20-64.40°F in winter.
Snorkelers will have the opportunity to witness an amazing marine life. The Weedy Sea Dragon is a sea horse, which can only be found in NSW waters. During the summer months, the spot is home to butterflyfish and juvenile damsels. There are plenty of accommodation options to suit every taste and for every budget. Finally, visitors can enjoy coastal walks and the magnificent view of the sea in one of the many cafes and restaurants on the streets around the beach.
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