Beaches found in the Sydney East and South (Of the Harbour) include Bondi Beach, Tamarama, Bronte, Clovelly, Coogee, Maroubra, Malabar and the Cronulla Beaches.
You can see the video in High Definition (HD) on YouTube: Sydney Beaches East and South.
Tamarama Beach is a smaller beach but accessible by bus or a pleasant walk from Bondi Beach on the Sydney Eastern Beaches Walk:
Sydney’s Bronte is a smaller, semi-secluded beach than Bondi. There is a large park behind it, with facilities for a picnic or even a beach BBQ:Bronte Beach
Clovelly Beach also has a park to enjoy:
Malabar Beach is at the end of a long bay, peaceful on most days and, like Maroubra, close to Sydney Airport:Malabar Beach
The Cronulla Peninsula, located on the the south side of Botany Bay has four main beaches: Wanda Beach, Elouera Beach, North Cronulla, South Cronulla and Shelly Beach. Cronulla is accessible by train from the city and close to four National Parks, making it a good place to stay while you explore the rest of Sydney. See more about the Cronulla Beaches.
Explore these and other beaches: Sydney Beaches by Bus.
See maps showing Sydney Beaches:
Places to enjoy beachside accommodation can be found in the many beachside suburbs of Sydney, but the most popular places to stay are Bondi, Manly (North Shore), Coogee and Cronulla, probably for their nightlife as well as everything else.
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