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2 kilometres to the south of Bondi lies the picture-perfect Bronte Beach, a swimming and diving beach with lesser crowds than its more famous counterpart.
2 kilometres to the south of Bondi lies the picture-perfect Bronte Beach, a swimming and diving beach with lesser crowds than its more famous counterpart. It has a natural pool sheltered by rocks, and a 30 metre long ocean-fed pool at the southern end. The grassy stretch behind the beach has barbecues and picnic tables, as well as the Bronte House local history museum. There are several cafes and restaurants in the area around the beach.
Bronte Beach, Bronte NSW 2024, Australia
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