Kookaburra Beach House is in a grand 1920s Coogee mansion that has been recently renovated into a family home and separate self contained two bedroom apartment. Enjoy this tastefully decorated apartme...
If you'd like to explore Sydney's spectacular coastline at a leisurely pace, make your way to Bondi Beach or Coogee Beach to walk this 6-km coastal walk. It takes about two hours to complete at a good pace. Why not stop along the way for a freshly squeezed juice, a good coffee and swims at either beach. Don't forget your hat, sunscreen and some water.
Coogee is a great seaside destination for families, with a patrolled beach, swimming baths backed by a promenade perfect for picnics with plenty of barbeque areas and playgrounds. There are plenty of ways to enjoy Coogee Beach, neighbouring beaches and parklands. if you feel like an easy walk, head north along the Bronte-to-Coogee coastal track, a weaving trail of dramatic cliffs, boardwalks and spectacular ocean views.
The Coastal Walk that heads south from Coogee Beach is also a spectacular trail that hugs the coastline from Clovelly Beach to Maroubra Beach. The walk is clearly signposted, starting at Waverley Cemetery. Wander past Clovelly Beach, down into Gordon's Bay and onto Coogee Beach. Continue the walk to Maroubra Beach via Grant Reserve and Trennery Reserve.
Coogee has two grand old ocean baths. Wylie's Baths is a rockpool located on a rock shelf below Grant Reserve, just south of Coogee Beach. From the elevated timber decking, the baths offer spectacular views towards the beach. Built in 1907, the baths are are listed by the National Trust for their significance as one of Sydney's first mixed-sex baths.
McIver's Baths are perched on a cliff face and rock platform between Coogee Beach and Wylies Baths. The baths have magnificent oceans views and are relatively well screened from the surrounding area. Steps lead from Grant Reserve down the cliff to the pool. It is the last remaining women's-only seawater pool in Australia and has been in continuous use since its establishment.
Enjoy Sydney’s beaches like a local by following these simple beach safety tips.
Always swim between the red and yellow flags – surf lifesavers have identified this area as the safest spot to swim in the water. It’s also a good idea to always swim with a friend.
Make sure you ready any safety signs at the beach and you are always welcome to ask lifeguards for more safety advice. If you find yourself needing help in the water, stay calm and attract attention.
Check conditions before you go and find a patrolled beach by visiting www.beachsafe.org.au.
Formerly Medina Executive Coogee, Adina Apartment Hotel Coogee is located just 200 metres from popular Coogee Beach.
Relax over brunch at any of the numerous cafes offering all day breakfast...
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Gordons Bay is located south of Clovelly Beach and north of Coogee Beach. Access to the bay is only limited to pedestrians via the surrounding streets or the Coastal Walk. Protected by an offshore ree...www.randwick.nsw.gov.au/Places_for_people/Recreation_and_leisure/Beaches/Gordons_Bay/index.aspx
Clovelly Beach is a small and tranquil beach, located the mouth of a narrow bay between two rocky ridges. Concrete platforms and promenades have been constructed on both sides of the bay. A saltwater ...www.randwick.nsw.gov.au/Places_for_people/Recreation_and_leisure/Beaches/Clovelly_Beach/index.aspx
Coogee Beach is a great beach with calm surf and is family-friendly. The promenade area has restored historic buildings and nurtured parklands.
Most of the facilities are located at mid-beach...