North Bondi Real Estate and Lifestyle Guide

North Bondi Snapshot

Laid-back North Bondi is the peak of urban coastal living. With Bondi Beach, Bondi Junction and Rose Bay just moments away, residents of this Eastern Suburb are surrounded by some of the best beaches, shopping, dining and entertainment Sydney has to offer.

Did You Know?

The North Bondi RSL was founded by returned WWII servicemen. It is often fondly referred to as ‘The Rathouse’, which honours the battle at Tobruk.

Neighbouring Suburbs

Bondi Beach, Rose Bay, Bondi Junction, Bellevue Hill and Bondi are North Bondi’s closest neighbours, all located just moments away.

What You’ll Love

If you love the feeling of a lazy summer’s day, you’ll love living in North Bondi! Residents enjoy the sun, surf and sand of nearby Bondi Beach, expansive parklands, picturesque views, private access to the harbour in Rose Bay and world-class dining choices. Located 7 km out from Sydney CBD, this Eastern Suburb is home to a mix of young singles, working professionals and families, all looking to settle in amongst the best Sydney has to offer.

Whilst Bondi is a tourist hotspot, North Bondi has a distinct locals-only feel, with far less crowds and a more laid-back atmosphere. Living in North Bondi provides residents the opportunity to live a luxurious Bondi lifestyle, without the crazy hustle and bustle.

Ben Buckler Point is just one of the must-see highlights of North Bondi, offering beautiful views down the coastline towards Maroubra. Biddigal Reserve, aka the grassy knoll, is popular with families, not only because of its beautiful views but also due to the inclusion of a BBQ area, spacious green parklands and the Wally Weekes Ocean Pool, perfect for little ones to enjoy a nice swim without worrying about crashing waves knocking them down. Barracluff Park is another favourite, featuring a playground and picnic facilities.

North Bondi promotes a spectacular outdoor lifestyle, with Bondi Beach literally just a few minutes walk away. A short stroll will see locals immersed amongst the enviable beach culture and vibrant line-up of cafes, restaurants and bars. Nearby Bondi Beach is also the start of the scenic Coastal Walk, taking locals on a journey around the foreshore, ending in either Bronte or Coogee, two similarly popular and no less beautiful beaches.

Apart from the sand and surf, golf is a favourite pastime amongst locals, with much of the residential area bordered by golf courses looking out onto the rugged coastline. The Bondi Golf & Diggers Club features a 9 hole course, enviable views, and is open to the public all year long. The suburb is also home to the Bondi Bowling Club, the perfect Sunday afternoon activity for everyone to enjoy.

Not to be outdone by its shiny neighbours, North Bondi also boasts its very own restaurant and bar scene. Favourite watering holes include Beach Road Hotel, Mamasan and North Bondi RSL, whilst popular spots for a meal are Harry’s Bar & Dining, Shuk, North Bondi Fish, Sean’s Panorama and Raw Bar. In the cafe scene, locals love Speedo’s Cafe, Porch and Parlour, Bondi Wholefoods, Sadhana Kitchen, Bru Coffee, Beach Burrito and Bondi’s Best.

With Bondi Junction and Rose Bay at their fingertips, locals relish the short commute that sees them in the heart of brilliant shopping districts, featuring plenty of high-end, luxury designer names, alongside boutique stores and household retailers. The suburb is also home to Camilla and Commune Bondi.

North Bondi Real Estate

A combination of ageing apartment buildings and contemporary masterpieces line the rugged coastline in North Bondi, boasting award-winning views of the ocean and beach. Moving inland, family homes of all shapes and sizes are nestled in amongst low-lying apartment buildings.

North Bondi is prime real estate and has a median price of $2,641,000 for a 3 bedroom house, and $1,161,000 for a 2 bedroom apartment. If you’re looking to rent, it costs around $1,280 per week for a 3 bedroom house, with a 2 bedroom apartment costing $750 per week.


Nearby Bondi Junction is home to the bus and train interchange. With both buses and trains departing every 10-15 minutes, North Bondi is easily connected to not only its closest neighbours but the whole Eastern Suburbs area and beyond.

Local School Catchments

There are a number of local schools in North Bondi, including Reddam House, Galilee Catholic Primary School, North Bondi Kindergarten and Hug A Bub North Bondi.

Want to make North Bondi your home? Speak to Murray Property today if you’re looking to buy or rent in the area.