You'd be hard-pressed to find anything more universally loved by Sydneysiders than the gorgeous stretch of coast along the Bondi to Coogee walk. And now that the daylight hours are getting longer and spring is well under way, there's no excuse not to don our walking shoes to enjoy the iconic scenery.
Perhaps the one time of the year when Sydney really outshines itself in the looks department is during the annual Sculpture by the Sea, the world's largest public art exhibition of its kind. It's been 19 years since its inception, but the views evidently haven't gotten any less tiring to look at, with visitors growing more and more every year. This year, over 100 works from artists around the globe will dot the landscape from Tamarama to Bondi once again.
There'll also be sustenance on the trail — and holistic, ultra-Sydney sustenance at that. The Grounds of Alexandria is running its pop-up cafe, The Grounds by the Sea, for the duration of the exhibition, this year taking their inspiration from the Hobbits of the Shire.
Image: Cave Urban at Sculpture by the Sea in 2014.