How to enjoy winter days in Bondi.
The Last Resort
Winter is a great time to start taking responsibility for your health and wellbeing.
Founder Saimaa Miller, naturopath to the stars, established The Last Resort with the idea that health is not just about the food you eat, but also about your state of mind. The spa takes a more holistic approach to treatments that are both life-changing and revitalising. What better way to stay in out of the cold, then with a treatment for your mind, body and spirit. Book yourself a treatment today with one of their specialist
Did you know Bondi is an aboriginal word meaning: water breaking over rocks?
Discover the hidden bohemian past of Bondi Beach and take a 2-hour guided walking tour around the hidden gems of Bondi. Led by local Historian Sophia Smiley and ‘Mr Bondi’, long term resident Lawrie Williams – the walks are guaranteed to intrigue and delight. Tours operate every Sunday of July, bookings essential.
Take a Camel ride
Experience the thrill of riding a camel on the iconic sands of Bondi Beach.
Running until the 30 July, every Saturday and Sunday at a cost of $25, this unique activity is a great way to enjoy a winter’s day either by yourself, with family or friends. This is a new attraction at this year’s Bondi Winter Magic Festival. No bookings are required. Simply head on down to the beach between the hours of 10am & 5pm, grab your camel and off you go.
Talk a walk
We are lucky in Sydney as there are many sunny days in winter.
Make the most of these days and warm your body up by taking a walk along some of the most scenic coastal walks around Bondi. Studies have shown walking is a great way to boost your metabolism in winter. The crisp salty air will inspire and relax you. Check out our previous story on hidden walks around Bondi.
For more ideas check out our previous story on 5 ways to brighten a winter’s day