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Coogee

Coogee is a popular East Sydney beachside suburb. It is a family oriented place, but also attracts quite large numbers of backpackers and well-heeled tourists. This is due to the popularity of its beach, second only to the iconic Bondi Beach. Coogee has a good range of tourist accommodation including Bed and Breakfast, Self-Contained Apartments, and 4 star hotels. Without a doubt Coogee Beach is a major draw for tourists. Its family friendly amenities including showers, change rooms, public toilets, BBQ facilities and picnic areas typifies the laid back Aussie lifestyle. ... Read more »

Coogee Top 3

  • Stretch your legs on the Coogee to Bondi coastal track. This 6 kilometre cliff top walk provides some impressive views across Sydney beaches and will give you some great photo opportunities. The walk is easily completed by people with a moderate fitness level.
  • Sydney’s’ Wylie Baths is a managed ocean tidal pool. When you’ve finished swimming laps there are on-site massages and yoga classes to relax and unwind.
  • Coogee lost several residents in the infamous 2002 Bali bombing. Visit the Bali Bombing Memorial at Dolphin Point to reflect on the waste of human lives perpetrated by warped ideology.

Getting There

As a popular eastern Sydney suburb, Coogee is very well serviced by public and private transportation options. From central Circular Quay, Sydney, you can get to Coogee on either the Bondi or Bay Explorer bus routes. These buses run every 10 to 15 minutes during peak travel times. Sydney taxis are usually very accessible, and there is on and off-street parking if you choose to hire a rental car. There are no train or ferry services to Coogee now, so the easiest way to get around Coogee is by bus.

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