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  • Coogee beach at dusk
  • Snorkelling at Gordons Bay


Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk

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.

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About Coogee

With a shimmering beach, magnificent coastal walk and a protected Marine Reserve that attracts snorkellers and scuba divers, Coogee sums up the classic Sydney surf scene. It's a haven for families, couples and travellers alike. When you're not enjoying the water, check out the latest flicks in the Art Deco grandeur of heritage-listed Ritz Cinema or look out for great clothing bargains as you wander along Coogee Bay Road. The spring and autumn racing carnivals from March to May and September to November are events not to be missed at the Royal Randwick Racecourse.

A diverse abundance of nearby cafes and restaurants will suit anyone's dining needs and the buzzing Coogee Pavillion, with cold drink in hand, is the perfect place to end a sun-drenched day. Oceans Bar is another good choice located at the southern end of Coogee Beach. Coogee has two ocean baths - Wylie's Baths and Mc'Ivers Baths.

Experienced surfers head to Maroubra Beach, which also offers vibrant cafes next to classic fish and chip shops. Nearby Kensington and Randwick are close to the expansive Centennial Parklands.


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Ocean baths, Coogee. Image Sally Mayman
Coogee Beach in Summer.