Things to do in Coogee

Coogee Beach is located just 30 minutes from the Sydney CBD. There you will find plenty of things to do including swimming, walks, shopping and dining. Come and enjoy the laid-back Sydney beachside lifestyle. For more information visit Destination NSW.

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Coogee Beach

Coogee Beach is family friendly with calm surf, lovely parklands and change room facilities. Along the promenade is a great selection of restaurants, shops, and many historic buildings.

20170331 Wylies Baths Photo credit – Destination NSW Wylies Baths

Not far from Coogee Beach is the beautiful ocean pool known as Wylies Baths. It is a great length for swimming laps, or simply take in the view from the grand wooden viewing deck above.

20170331 Coastal Walk Photo credit – Destination NSW Coastal Walk

The Coastal Walk starts at Coogee Beach and runs all the way to Bondi. Taking between 1 and 2 hours (6km) this walk is a great way to take in the magnificent views of Sydney’s coastline. If you’re lucky you might even spot a whale during the migration season between May and November.

20170331 McIver baths Photo credit – Destination NSW McIvers Baths

Built in 1886, McIvers Baths is the last remaining women and children only bathing spot in the area. Located between Coogee Beach and Wylies Baths, McIvers Baths is set upon a cliff face and has a sunbathing area. Sorry, no boys allowed!

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If you’re looking for a place to eat, Coogee Pavilion has it all. A wonderful selection of food options with an ocean view – pizzeria, grill, oyster bar, cocktails and more. While you’re there have a go at giant scrabble, ping pong or Jenga in the games area or head up to the Rooftop for an adults only dinner or drink.

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