- BONDI BEACH PAVILION
BONDI BEACH PAVILION
BONDI BEACH PAVILION
Also known as the ‘The Boat Shed’
The sweeping white-sand of Bondi make it Australia’s most iconic and most frequented beaches. And with good reason. The gentle rolling waves draw surfers, while, locals swimmers take a dive in the Icebergs ocean pool year-round. The local cafes around Hall Street and packed with health-conscious Sydneysiders, while backpackers frequent the area's pubs. Walkers and joggers use the picturesque coastal Bondi to Coogee Walk, with its breathtaking scenery.
The Between the Flags store is located in the iconic Bondi Surf Pavilion on Queen Elizabeth Drive, Bondi Beach. The Bondi Surf Pavilion is stunning cultural icon of Australia. Located directly opposite the famous Bondi Beach, next to The Bucket List you can feel the salt in the air when you shop in-store. Together with the beach, park and surf lifesaving club, the Bondi Surf Pavilion is listed on the NSW Heritage Register.
The Between the Flags Bondi Pavilion store has the feel of a boat shed. With its white timber clad walls, timber counter tops and accents of surf history including a beautiful McTavish longboard. In-store you will find all your favourite beach essentials including iconic hats, t-shirts and beach bags, for men, women and children.
The most popular items sold in our Bondi Pavilion location are the Kids Beach Patrol collection. Inspired by the Aussie surf lifesaving culture of Bondi Beach, the Beach Patrol range is designed specifically for sun-safe kiddies and make the perfect gift for family and friends.
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). Train 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. .