Can you take the ferry to Bondi Beach

Discussion in 'Australia' started by mitraveler, Nov 12, 2011.

  1. mitraveler

    mitraveler New Member

    Bondi Beach, the popular play play located to the north of Sydney is a natural favorite. But you do need to figure out how to get there.The parking is pretty tight, so you'll want to look into public transportation. Plenty of Sydney buses go right there. But the ferry doesn't go right to Bondi Beach. It stops at Manly Beach on the northern side of the harbor. Buses can take you right to the beach from the terminal.
  2. helinaJ3

    helinaJ3 New Member

    going to Bondi Beach by bus

    yep, there are plenty of buses to Bondi, and you can catch any bus marked 380 or 333 with the destination showing North Bondi, Dover Heights, Watsons Bay or Bondi Beach. Collectively this is called "the 380 bus" and all buses go to Bondi Beach. Buses go along Elizabeth Street next to Hyde Park, turning left at Liverpool street, up to Taylor Square, thence to Paddington and Bondi Junction via Oxford Street.
  3. fotefote3

    fotefote3 New Member

    bus to Bondi Beach

    Take the train to Bondi Junction and then bus 380, 382, L82, 389 or X89. Bus 380, 382, L82 or 389 from Circular or. Bondi Explorer, Stop 12.
  4. mitraveler

    mitraveler New Member

    Thanks for the advice everyone! It sounds like there are plenty of good ways to get to Bondi without fighting for a parking meter.

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