Sunday 30th October was an overcast day in Sydney but I decided to head out to get some fresh air along the world famous Bondi to Coogee walk. (

The awesome thing about doing this time of year is that you can also enjoy Sculptures by the Sea (, it is the largest free to the public sculpture exhibitions in the world!

The walk itself is world class. It stretches 6km and generally starts at the Bondi Icebergs and continues along the beaches, rockpools, parks and spectacular coastal views until you reach Coogee. It can take anywhere between 1-1.5 hours to complete depending upon the pedestrian traffic!

I would describe the walk as "easy". The paths are well maintained and the overall track is reasonably flat. A significant storm hit Sydney earlier this year which resulted in some damage to the walk. The local Council has since repaired the track and it is in better condition than ever.

Sculptures by the Sea really is spectacular when you come across it. Seeing the various pieces laid out across the sand and parkland really needs to be seen to be believed. A couple of my favorite pieces below.