Bronte Beach is one of Australia’s most sought after suburbs and one of its most expensive per square meter. Houses here are fought for with serious ardour. Federation bungalows are now being interspersed with dramatic luxury homes, enjoying the crashing surf and cliffs.
With neighbours like Bondi, Clovelly, and Coogee, Bronte is at the heart of Sydney’s sun and surf culture. But the self-proclaimed home to the oldest surf lifesaving club in the world is more than its rugged foreshore, Bogey Hole, and beautiful ocean baths.
The famous Bondi to Coogee coastal walk is interjected by Bronte’s lively promenade of dog-walkers and joggers. Family-friendly eateries flow down Macpherson Street and Bronte Road. Extensive hillside parkland complements the selection of primary and secondary schools in the area.
Calmer and more low-key than its tourist-laden neighbours, Bronte’s dial is set to long-term.
Who lives here
Families with kids, professionals, singles, retirees
Surf life-saving culture, sports, running, outdoor yoga, swimming – it has a famous ocean pool, cafes, parks and the coastal walk running past its beach.
Median house price
Median unit price
Distance to city
20 min drive to city
St Anthony’s PS
Saint Catherine Girls School
Waverley Boys College
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