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Bondi Hideaway is a newly renovated and beautifully furnished apartment located in the beachside suburb of Bondi. The apartment has 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with a lock up garage. It is positioned at the rear of a small apartment block and only moments away from the world-famous Bondi Beach, with vibrant coastal attractions and many cafes, bars and restaurants. With easy access to major shopping centres, parkland, local shops and public transport all within walking distance.
The apartment has been designed to incorporate a relaxed living space with an open plan layout, clean lines, crisp white bed linen whilst creating a contemporary style and space. The open plan living and dining area open on to the balcony with views overlooking the leafy aspect of the surrounding neighbourhood.
The large living area with contemporary style furniture has a 50 inch TV with Foxtel and Apple TV available if you wish to access your own music and apple content.
The generous master bedroom contains a King Size bed with luxury bed linen, large built in wardrobe, ensuite shower, fluffy white towels, hairdryer and luxury shower products all supplied.
The second bedroom provides Twin Beds, chest of drawers and has access to the main bathroom, it is also similarly equipped to the main bedroom. The twin beds can be made up into a king bed upon request, please ensure that you advise at the time of booking if you prefer this made up as a King bed. Both beautifully presented and completed with superior linen and bedding.
The outdoor balcony is complete with gas BBQ and outdoor seating area.
If you feel like cooking the large kitchen is fully equipped with modern appliances and crockery, including a dishwasher, microwave, coffee machine and a separate laundry with washing machine, tumble dryer and iron/board.
The apartment is situated along one of the many tree-lined streets of Bondi and is positioned at the rear of this well maintained and secure building. It has access to a lock up garage and if you are a member of Goget car sharing then there is a pod located right outside the buildings' front door.
Combine this location with elegant and modern interiors and you have the perfect destination for a great getaway or if you are a busy executive looking for a longer term executive rental then this has all the facilities for you including WiFi access.
Bondi is located just 8km from the CBD, it is one of the city’s most dynamic beachside areas, where you can enjoy all the attractions of a carefree, beachside getaway. Centennial and Waverley Parklands are close by and you will find that various components within the Centennial Parklands are of national, state or local heritage significance. If you are looking for some retail therapy then the large shopping centre at Westfield Bondi Junction is where you will find your favourite stores, cinemas and the newest shops for fashion, beauty, lifestyle and fresh food.
Bondi beach and its world-famous coastline offer many popular eateries and beachfront dining with favourites like Icebergs taking pride of place down on the beachfront, with several casual outdoor cafes including Bills, Poke fish and chip shops and the ever popular Gelato Messina all within close proximity to the beach.
•Luxury 400TC egyptian cotton bed linen
•All Linens & Towels Supplied
•Remote controlled ceiling fans in both bedrooms
•Fully equipped Kitchen
•Coffee Machine & Pods
• Sonos wireless sound system
•Iron and Ironing board
•Lock up Garage and off street parking
•Stainless Steel barbecue
•Secure lock up garage and off street parking
•Secure building with intercom access
Guest have access to the entire apartment and balcony.
Interaction with Guests:
We're available upon request if needed.
CLOSE BY – BONDI ROAD
For breakfast and lunch, Ollie and I love to eat at Bennett Street Dairy which is at the top of Penkivil Street on the corner of Bondi Road and Bennett Street. They do great coffee as well! Further along Bondi Road (head towards Bondi Beach) you’ll find Panama House, which does amazing Central American inspired cuisine, the Dandylion which does great food for vegans and vegetarians (and non-vegans).
Panama House and Sefa are also great options for dinner if you want to stay close to Bondi Hideaway.
For easy takeaway options we really like Sushi Ten (Japanese), the Corner House (pizza) and the Char (roast chicken, salads and pasta) but you can also have food delivered using the Foodora or Deliveroo apps which gives you access to most of the restaurants we’ve mentioned here.
If you want to head down to Bondi Beach there are loads more options to choose from, in particular along Hall Street, Curlewis Street and Campbell Parade. Our favourites are the Shop Food & Wine Bar (Jodie is obsessed with their bacon rolls and this is our favourite place for breakfast) Lox Stock, China Diner, Bills, A Tavola, The Bucket List, Macelleria, Hurricanes Bar and Grill and Bondi Hardware.
If shopping is your thing, Bondi Beach has some great stores just behind Bondi Parade, Tuchuzy, Bondi Swim, Come As You Are). You could also drive or catch the bus (380 or 333 from Bondi Road) to Oxford Street in Paddington which has lots of boutiques representing Aussie and International Designers, I prefer the boutiques around the Interchange (which is the corner of Glenmore Road and Oxford Street and on William Street). Of course, we are very close to Bondi Junction which has a huge selection of shops and boutiques and you can go from here directly into Sydney city via the train or bus (train to Town Hall station from Bondi Junction station is the most direct and easiest way).
We know everyone comes to Bondi to visit Bondi Beach and it is a great option but we also love going to Bronte, Tamarama, Clovelly and Coogee Beaches. Bronte and Coogee Beaches are your best bet if you are travelling with kids as there are small wading pools that are safe for young kids and babies. Bronte also has a very large park area with good BBQ facilities, undercover tables and chairs, it is our favourite spot to take our daughter as it is easy for her to swim and play.
Tamarama is definitely a surf beach (and be prepared for the stairs, it is a long walk back up them!). Be warned that the beach can be closed to swimmers quite often as the surf can get quite rough, this just means that lifeguards aren’t patrolling and you are swimming at your own risk. If you are into surfing and happy to travel an extra 10 minutes further, Maroubra Beach is definitely worth the adventure, particularly the northern rock pool during a large swell.
Clovelly is a deep water inlet. It is really awesome for swimming and snorkelling (Be sure to check out the big grouper), there is also kids’ pool and a really small beach area but I’d stick to Bondi, Tama or Bronte, depending on the type of beach you like to visit. The good news, they are all at an equal walking distance from Bondi Hideaway.
If you are staying or visiting Bondi for the first time, we recommend doing the Bondi to Bronte walk and the Clovelly to Coogee walk as soon as possible to find which beach suits you best. If you have some extra energy to burn, you can do both tracks back to back.
If you are visiting on the weekend, Saturday’s Bondi Market is one of our favourite low-key activities, the vendors sell food, fresh fruit and veg and there is a great Chai tent (as well as a coffee stall). There is also a market on Sunday but it is mostly for arts, crafts and fashion. We prefer the Saturday market.
Paddington Market is also a popular option and it runs all day on Saturday. The easiest way to get there is to drive or catch the bus (333 or 380 from Bondi Road) and get off at Bondi Public School where the markets are held. They have food, arts, crafts, fashion and more.
We have two parks really close by, the first is what Ollie calls “Action Park” although its official name is Dickson Reserve (URL HIDDEN) and it has a bunch of play equipment the second is “Relax Park” which is really called Waverley Park and it also has a small play area but we prefer to grab a coffee or some lunch from the Dairy on the walk up and chill out on the grass.
Sydney’s best park has to be Centennial Park it is huge and there are so many things to see and do here. You can pack a picnic and take it with you or if you prefer there are a couple of food trucks, a small kiosk, café and restaurant. The food can be expensive so we prefer to pack a picnic and buy coffee in the park. You can also go horse riding in the park, cycling is also popular and there is a great play area as well. Well worth the trip even if you don’t have kids as it has lovely walking tracks and lots of green space to chill out in.
We have loads of transportation option in Bondi. If you're driving we have a lock up garage that you can park your car in as Bondi can be difficult when it comes to parking. There is also a Go Get car available outside our apartment. We mostly walk or catch the bus around Bondi. Buses run down to Bondi Beach from Bondi Road (all buses will go to the beach) and you get off along Campbell Parade. It is an easy fifteen-minute walk to the Beach, avoid Bondi Road and go down the back streets, there is a map on how to do this at the apartment. You can also walk or catch the bus up to Bondi Junction where the Westfield Shopping Centre, bus interchange and train station is located. If walking, the quickest way is to turn left when you leave the apartment, walk up Penkivil Lane which is two apartments down to Old South Head Road and then continue up Old South Head Road until you hit Bondi Junction Westfield (you can't miss it!). You can also walk up Bondi Road but this takes slightly longer. If you prefer, you can also catch the bus from Bondi Road or Old South Head Road.
If you're planning on using public transport make sure you buy an OPAL card from most newsagencies or convenience stores as soon as you arrive.
• No smoking
• Not suitable for pets
• No parties or events
• Check-in is anytime after 3PM