Day 185

Sydney – Doing the Coogee Beach to Bondi Beach walk.

Bus stopped right outside where my daughter and I are staying on 1st January 2020, Coogee Bay Hotel.


Coogee Bay Hotel.


We made it !


Jane and I on Bondi Beach.

I will post more photos of my walk from Coogee to Bondi later.


Feeling happy.


I’m a girl again ! Back to normality in appearance and I now have my own room with plenty of space to spread out my belongings as you can see in the background.


Here are they photos of my walk from Coogee to Bondi Beach (5 kms) .


Coogee Bay Hotel.


View across the fine golden sands of Coogee Beach to the Pacific Ocean.


Coogee Beach. The building in the middle of the photo is Coogee Beach Surf Life Saving Club which is located next to the Ross Jones memorial ocean pool.


“Tinnies” (aluminium boats) on Coogee Beach.


“Tinnies” on the beach with the blue sky over the blue Pacific Ocean with a line of clouds on the horizon.


Dolphins Point between Coogee Beach and Gordons Bay.


The Pacific Ocean coastline with the headland in the distance being the far side of Gordons Bay that has not yet come into view.


View across Gordons Bay and the Pacific Ocean.


Gordons Bay.


“Tinnies” on wooden frame ramps in Gordons Bay.


Clovelly Bay with swimming pool on the right.


Waverley Cemetery on the cliffs at Bronte above the Pacific Ocean.


The waves against the rocks below Waverley Cemetery.


Reinforced cliffs along the coastline with Waverley Cemetery in the background.


Between Waverley Cemetery and Bronte Beach on the coastal path.


The headland in the middle separates Nelson Bay (Bronte Beach) and Mackenzies Bay (Tamarama Beach).


Twice Twist sculpture by Japanese artist Keizo Ushio in 2012.


Bronte Beach in Nelson Bay.


Lifeguard hut on Tamarama Beach.


Pacific Ocean coastline between Tamarama Beach and Tamarama Point.


Me at Tamarama Point with the Pacific Ocean behind.


Waves of the Pacific Ocean against the coastline.


Cotton harlequin bug.


Small sculpture with information board about reviving coastal bushland.


First sight of the golden sands of South Bondi Beach with the sun reflecting on the warm waters of the Pacific Ocean.


View of South Bondi Beach from the coastal path near Bondi Icebergs Swimming Club.


Panoramic view of Bondi Beach.


Bondi Beach through the flora.


Standalone weathered rock on the Pacific Ocean coastline.


Rock formation eroded by wind and water along the Coogee to Bondi coastal path.


Eroded rock formation on the coastal path.


Layers in the rock highlighted by the varying colours.


Erosion has left the layered rock smooth in places but in others pitted.


Salt water swimming pool of Bondi Icebergs Swimming Club next to the Pacific Ocean.


Me with Bondi Beach and the waves of the Pacific Ocean behind.


We made it !


Jane and I on Bondi Beach.


Memorial mural to victims of the Bali bombings in 2002 on Bondi Beach sea wall.


202 people died in the Bali bombings in 2002.


World War I Anzac memorial mural on Bondi Beach sea wall.


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