Among Bronte Beach's many attractions are it's surf, the Bronte ocean pool, and the Bogey Hole natural rock pool. The best waves for surfers and bodyboarders are generally found at the northern end of the beach & strong rips are often present, so make sure you swim between the flags and definately don't swim when the beach is closed due to dangerous conditions. Even if the surf is too rough, there are other swimming options with both the Bogey Hole and ocean pool at the southern end of the beach.
The park & Bronte Gully which adjoin the beach are served by numerous picnic shelters, electric barbeques, changing rooms & a childrens playground, making the beach popular with Sydneysiders & vistors throughout the year.
Bronte Beach is popular with families, swimmers and surfers alike. Bronte Gully joins the park in front of Bronte Beach.
The Bronte Surf Lifesaving Club is located on the northern end of the beach.