Love Where You Live: BONDI

Wetsuits on weekends, work suits by day – Bondi residents know how to make the most of living in this paradise. “Move here and become fabulous,” seems to be the consensus according to the locals of this world famous suburb…

Looking to live in Bondi, read the other reasons why we know you’ll love the community and want to rent or buy here…


Bondi Beach has a unique culture and vibrancy. Steeped in surfing history, Bondi Beach is as much a celebrity as the A-listers who frequent the famous beach. Cult TV shows have been created around the local surf life-saving club that services beach-goers that can swell to thousands on a warm day.

 The neighbourhood itself is a very lively one, where locals live normal (stylish) lives. The ‘hipster vibe’ is also quite prominent, as can see by the number of organic cafes, art galleries, restaurants and bars that fill the streets. The overall vibe is very laid-back.


One of Bondi Beach’s charming features is its ability to make people from all walks of life feel welcome. Whether it’s families or house-sharing 20-somethings, fitness fanatics, hipsters, travellers, creatives, trendies, expats or celebrities – they all call Bondi Beach home.


The star attraction is the actual beach which is busy year-round. Surfers hit the waves no matter the weather. Festivals and markets dominate on weekends, and the Bondi Icebergs Club is the iconic place to be at the southern end of the beach. It’s also not uncommon to see migrating whales capturing the attention of the crowds on the headlands. 


The much-walked trail that hugs the coastline between Bondi Beach and Coogee to the south and Bondi Beach to Watsons Bay to the north is one of the most popular walks in the greater Sydney region. 


Away from the beach a profusion of cafés, restaurants and bars line Campbell Parade and surrounding streets. Although Campbell Street is where the tourists gather, step into one of the backstreets and you’ll find the locals. Whether it’s an established hangout or a pop-up catering to the latest health fad, the laid-back scene has left its mark on Sydney’s foodie scene.


Bondi real estate is a jumble sale of abodes from plenty of eras, in various states of repair, while new apartment blocks spring up alongside beautiful old art deco buildings.

Median property prices over the last year range from $2,857,500 for houses to $1,165,000 for units. If you are looking for an investment property, consider houses in Bondi rent out for $1,100 PW with an annual rental yield of 2.0% and units rent for $650 PW with a rental yield of 2.9%. Based on five years of sales, Bondi has seen a compound growth rate of 5.9% for houses and 3.3% for units.


Just a few of the places the CRE team’s frequently visits:

Bondi Weekend Markets
Icebergs Dining Room and Bar
Bills Bondi
Bondi Trattoria
China Diner
North Bondi Fish
Bondi to Coogee Coastal walk

Our connection to Bondi is active, and our team has a genuine passion for the local area. We truly believe it is one of the best places in the world to buy and rent a property and will do everything we can to assist you on your journey. Please call 02 9665 3341 for a chat.