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Bondi Beach started out as a stretch of land that was owned by one William Roberts in 1809. Several decades later, Francis O'Brien and his father-in-law Edward Smith Hall bought some of that land. Over the years, O’Brien transformed the area into a luxurious beachfront property and opened the space to the public. Bondi Beach surged in popularity in the late 1800s, and continues to do so to this day.
There’s been much debate concerning who or what inspired Bondi Beach’s name. Most records suggest that Bondi Beach borrows its name from the Aboriginal word “Boondi,” which means “to surf.” Others suggest that Bondi Beach’s name is somehow a reference to ancient Aboriginal stick fighting. What can’t be debated, however, is Bondi Beach’s popularity and the fact that Bondi is one of the biggest tourist hotspots in Australia.
There’s a bevy of exciting things to do at Bondi Beach and its surrounding areas. Foodies can sink their teeth into a vast array of amazing Australian dishes. Watersports enthusiasts can surf, sail, and snorkel across the Pacific Ocean. History Buffs will have their hands full, visiting all of the Museums and Art Galleries in the area. Visitors interested in learning how to do so can even join a Lifesaving Club, such as the Bondi Surf Club. While visiting Bondi Beach, Bounce suggests that visitors experience the following points of interest.
Join a Lifesaving Club and learn how to operate a “surf reel"
Watch the Bondi Icebergs Swimming Club compete in one of their monthly meets
Pick up some pasta from Bondi Beach’s famous Prince Pasta restaurant
Kick, push, and coast at the famous Bondi Skate Park
Get some shopping done and admire the ambiance of the Bondi Pavilion
Check into one of Bondi Beach’s well-reviewed hotels
Attend one of Bondi Beach’s many festivals, such as the Miss Bondi Beauty Pageant
Surf, sail, snorkel, and jet ski across the Pacific Ocean
Sign up for a walking, biking, or sailing tour of Bondi Beach
Have some fun in the sun along Bondi Beach’s sandy coastline
City Buses: 333, 380 Routes
Trains: Central Station to Bondi Junction
Because of its popularity, Bondi Beach has a large population. As of 2016, Australia’s census suggests that more than 11,656 people live in Bondi Beach. Sydney has an overall population of 5.23 million people who visit Bondi Beach as often as they can. Moreover, hundreds of thousands of international guests visit Bondi Beach each month. Suffice it to say that Bondi Beach can get really packed during certain times of the year. The best way for guests to travel through large crowds is by traveling light. That’s where Bounce comes in.
Bounce is always ready to take your luggage off your hands. We operate in major metropolitan areas and in coastal neighborhoods, just like Bondi Beach. Travelers can store their things in one of Bounce’s secure luggage storage stations at a moment's notice. Find a Bounce partner near you and book short-term storage for as long as you need.
Luggage Storage Near Black Sunday Monument
Black Sunday refers to one of the most harrowing days in Australia’s history. On February 6th, 1938, Bondi Beach was hit with three powerful tidal waves. Each wave crashed into Bondi Beach one after the other, dragging hundreds of beachgoers far out to sea. Thanks to the quick thinking and swift acting of local lifesavers, the number of casualties and injuries were greatly reduced. Nevertheless, 5 lives were lost on Black Sunday – hence the Black Sunday Monument. Travelers can visit the Black Sunday Monument to remember this sad day. Visitors to the site are asked to treat this monument with great care and respect. Guests should also use Bounce to store their things before visiting.
Luggage Storage Near Cooee Aboriginal Art Gallery
Aborigines are among Australia’s oldest inhabitants. Many aboriginal clans have called Australia home for centuries and still do to this day. Aboriginal culture is very textured and rich. One won’t be able to learn everything about the indigenous Australians in a single day. However, one can still learn a great deal at the Cooee Aboriginal Art Gallery. The Cooee Aboriginal Art Gallery is a must-do attraction for those who love culture and tradition. Guests are encouraged to check out the gallery’s extensive collection of Aboriginal Bark Art. Guests are also asked not to bring too much luggage to the gallery. Anyone who’s looking to visit this amazing art exhibit should use Bounce before heading over.
Luggage Storage Near Westfield Bondi Junction
Shopaholics will be in for a treat, or several, at the Westfield Bondi Junction. This shopping center is one of the largest in all of Sydney and houses popular brand name stores like Adidas, Gucci, and Levi’s. This mall is also a great place to grab a bite to eat. Guests can pick up a quick snack at one of the stores or food stands within this shopping center, or they can sit down for a three-course meal at a restaurant. The Westfield Bondi Junction deserves a visit and a lengthy browse. The mall does offer some luggage storage options, but those options are often quickly exhausted on very busy days. To be safe, guests should Bounce their baggage away far ahead of time.
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The price for luggage storage near Bondi Beach is just A$8/bag for the entire day.
There are multiple locations in the Bondi Beach area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport, Bankstown Airport, and Airport and all over Sydney.
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Bondi Beach.
Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Bondi Beach area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Bondi Beach and in the broader Sydney area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping gurantee.
The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Bondi Beach are QT Bondi, Bondi Beachside Inn, and Ravesi's Hotel. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Bondi Beach are Lamrock Lodge, Noah's Backpackers, and Indy's Backpackers.
The most popular restaurants to visit when near Bondi Beach are Bondi Icebergs, Macelleria, and Cali Press.
Check out the nearby Marks Park, Bronte Park, and Sam Fizman Park.
While nearby, you can check out Aquabumps Gallery.