Welcome to iconic Bondi! If you’re visiting for Barre Teacher Training or just visiting because… well because it’s the famous Bondi Beach, here a few ideas to keep yourself busy. There are also many, many great cafes and bars… so enjoy!
Have a pot of Chai at Gertrude and Alice.
This iconic bookshop and café is a must-sit in Bondi, well – Sydney. It’s Parisian-esque, petite and quiet. Grab a warm pot of Chai, a literary classic and hide. For at least 45 minutes. Heaven.
Do a Pilates Class or Barre Class at Balance Moves.
For a flat, Bondi-friendly tum head to Balance Moves, well known for its expert instructors and famous clientele. The home of Barre Attack where your abs, inner thighs and hips won’t know what hit them. Tight, concentrated moves – big results. Enjoy Barre Classes, Pilates Classes and Pilates Privates.
Have a breakfast at Bills.
You can sit there alone and indulge gastronomically without judgement. We love the Quinoa amaranth and buckwheat porridge with rhubarb and Greek yoghurt. Yum. It’s also not bad for lunch or dinner.
Swim a lap at Bondi Icebergs.
Then have a cold glass of NV Perrier Jouet Grande Brut. Your little ones can even have a dip in the kiddie pool. The aqua pools overlook iconic Bondi Beach. Even if your stroke style is under par – have a go. Adult entry: $6.50. Children: $4.50.
Have a massage at QT Bondi.
A sleek space underneath the new QT Bondi – this is the place to get your muscles smoothed out and your mind stilled. Tania Dobbie is an experienced energy worker and will have your body balanced and soothed in no time. Unforgettable.