Bronte Park adjoins Bronte Beach in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs and includes the Bronte Gully which meanders down from Murray Street. The park is a popular picnic spot with covered picnic huts and public use electric barbeques available. The Bronte train, a historic childrens train on tracks still operates in the park through summer and weekends.
The Bronte Surf Lifesaving Club is also located in Bronte Park.
Walking dogs without a lead is forbidden in the park and so is the consumption of alcohol.