BONDI BEACH CAMPBELL PARADE
"THE BEACH HOUSE"
Shop 8 152 Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach, NSW 2026
Monday - Thursday 10:30am - 5.30pm
Friday - Sunday 10:30am-6pm
BONDI BEACH CAMPBELL PARADE
Also known as ‘The Beach House’
There is a good reason why over 6 million people visit Bondi Beach every year. Top of the list is the stunning beach. With its white sand and clean rolling waves Bondi Beach has something for everyone. Frequented by local Sydneysiders and tourists alike Bondi has a great buzz every day of the week.
Our store being located on the beachfront strip of Australia’s most famous beach, means we are fortunate enough to be surrounded by all that Bondi Beach has to offer. You will find us on the corner of Campbell Pde and Roscoe St Bondi.
Within our Bondi bubble we are hedged by a village of cafes, restaurants and designer shops. Our Campbell Pde store is located directly across the road from the iconic Bondi Beach. With its light and airy ‘Beach House’ feel our store is stocked with an array classic beach apparel and lifestyle accessories.
Our large glass bi-fold doors allow the fresh ocean air to flow through the store. With a focus on comfort and style our range captures the essence of the Bondi Beach surf culture and its international charm.
Whether you’re a Sydney local or a tourist, Bondi Beach is a captivating destination and is known to be more than just an idyllic seaside area. This iconic beach and the surrounding areas are home to a variety of different activities and events that the whole family can appreciate.
Whether you’re travelling alone, with a loved one or the whole family, there’s always something to do at Bondi Beach.
How to get there
Sydney is a wonderful city, and because there are a number of different transport options, the safest bet is to actually leave the car at home or at your hotel. Parking can often be quite problematic, so even if public transport is running late or slow, you’re going to find this to be a smaller headache than having to find an appropriate car space (not to mention the associated fees you might incur).
If you’re travelling from the city to Bondi Beach, the bus often runs from Circular Quay and will take approximately 45 minutes. This bus is usually the 380 or 333 bus, and is close to ferry wharf number 2 (opposite the AMP buildings and Customs House).
If you prefer to catch the train, the stops from Central Station run through Central, Town Hall, Martin Place, Kings Cross, Edgecliff and then Bondi Junction. From Bondi Junction station, you can then catch the 380, 381, 382 or 333 bus which will take you to Bondi Beach.
There are a number of paid parking areas at Bondi Beach. The closes to the Bondi Pavilion Store is the Queen Elizabeth Drive & Park Drive North ($7.80 per hour) and the Park Drive South ($7.60 per hour- max 4hrs) Check out all the parking location here http://www.waverley.nsw.gov.au/residents/parking/car_parks_and_parking_meters
Biking is a great option for those looking for a physical activity to take them where they need to go. And you’ll get to see some great Sydney sights along the way. There are a number of different routes and roads to choose to get from the city to Bondi Beach, so check out a map and take a look to see if you can find a route that suits you best.