Bondi Beach is one of the world's most famous beaches and has come to be viewed as the quintessential Australian beach. It has played a central role in the development of Australia's beach culture and in developing our sense of national identity. Bondi Beach is also significant in the course of Australia's cultural history as the site of the foundation of the first formally documented surf lifesaving club in 1907.
Visitors to Bondi Beach can experience the natural features of the beach or those that have been constructed such as promenades, parks, sea baths and the surf pavilion.
Bondi Beach was included in the National Heritage List on 25 January 2008.
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