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Summer is well and truly here hurrah! And when you do, North Bondi is the place to be. The perfect way to get some fresh air and admire some of the locals, you can do this walk at any time of year but in the warmer months make sure you fit in a little Tamarama break. In fact, Surf Lifesaving Sydney says Tamarama is the most dangerous patrolled beach in New South Wales, with more rescues per thousand bathers here than anywhere else. Also known as Lady Jane Beach, this small but special space has been attracting au naturel bathers since long before it officially became legal in the seventies.
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This little stretch of sand at the end of South Head peninsula is a clothing-frowned-upon beach — though technically it's been clothing-optional since Neville Wran made it so in It can be a bit of a boys' club of you're gay and looking to cruise and you can expect stink-eye if you choose the option of actually wearing clothing, but this is mostly a welcoming beach. Nude straights frequent the sand too. Note, this is one for the exhibitionists — many gay blogs and gay travel sites note that tourists often come here to gawp. Head past the families and children who tend to dot Congwong Beach out at La Perouse and onto the paved walk that meanders through the brambles behind it — or across a more treacherous mound of rocks that abut the water — to reach this secluded, unofficially clothing-optional beach. There's an easygoing vibe that's miles away from the prance-and-preen contests that always seem to happen out at North Bondi. The water here is calm and perfect for a skinny dip.
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It is packed -- literally -- any time of day. Filled with a variety of people. Crowd: All ages.
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