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“The Bondi Festival Walking Tour explores the history of the land we walk on and those that have walked the land before us – a beautiful, self-led way to take in Bondi on a crisp winter day.” – Rachel Chant, Festival Director

Stretch your legs and step into who, what, how and where we have come from – the natural coastline, artists, writers, poets, pioneers and cultural gear-shifters of our history, and most importantly, our First Peoples on whose land we are privileged to walk on. In this digital walking tour, you’re invited to explore the incredible geography and iconic sites and stories that feed into the land on which we walk.

Commencing at Waverley Cemetary, wend your way along the route at your own pace before arriving at the Bondi Pavilion.

No bookings required – the Bondi Festival Walking Tour will be available to access on this page across the festival dates.


Accessibility Info:
  • This self-led tour involves walking outdoors, upstairs, on coastal paths, on heights and in all weather (sun/wind/rain). The Bondi Festival Walking Tour is only partially wheelchair accessible. The Public Art Walk and the First Nations walk are wheelchair accessible, however the Waverley Cemetery Walk and Coastal Nature Walk are not, due to their topography.
  • Click here for more information about accessibility at Bondi Festival.

Address: Bondi Beach NSW

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    Bondi Festival acknowledges the Bidjigal, Birrabirragal and Gadigal people, who traditionally occupied the Sydney Coast, and we pay respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders both past and present.