Coogee is a suburb that sits strong in the hearts of the locals and also draws plenty of attention from tourists. The picturesque beach itself is very popular for swimming and features the rock pool formation of Giles Baths at one end, and the Ross Jones Memorial Pool at the other. Take a walk North towards Clovelly to take in the beautiful Gordons Bay, one of Sydney’s most popular dive spots. You are also not short of great venues for food and drinks with the Coogee Bay Hotel and the Coogee Pavilion ever popular with locals and tourists alike. If you would prefer to cater for yourselves, surrounding the beach is plenty of grassed area perfect for a BBQ or picnic. Bus routes easily connect you to surrounding suburbs and Sydney CBD. Apartment blocks are just as common as more traditional houses with the majority of the residents being couples without kids.

Suburb highlights:

  • Coogee Beach
  • Grassed areas surrounding the beach
  • Gordons Bay
  • Ross Jones Memorial Pool
  • Giles Baths rock pool
  • Dolphin Point
  • Coogee Bay Hotel
  • Coogee Pavilion
  • Easy commute to surrounding suburbs & city

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Coogee is situated 8 kilometres south east from Sydney’s CBD, and is globally renowned for it’s beautiful beach. As far as beach-side suburbs go, it’s an absolute cracker, delivering all the laid-back trademarks of Sydney’s inimitable beach-side lifestyle. Here you can walk, surf, swim, snorkel, laze on the sand, shop, eat and drink to your heart’s content.

Coogee is an ocean-side haven that not only offers gorgeous coastline, but a buzzing social scene too. One of Sydney’s oldest beachside suburbs, its attraction lies in its deeply ingrained beach culture and close proximity to the city.

The hilly streets and plethora of apartments mean there are plenty of opportunities for a home with an ocean view, and housing comes in a wide range of period styles.

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Coogee is home to many highlights, including the Giles Baths and Ross Jones Memorial pools, which frame the beautiful beach. The Coogee Pavilion has recently undergone a full refurbishment by Merrivale, making Coogee the latest hotspot for food, fun and vibrant nightlife. There are many takeaway shops and cafes, offering Japanese, Chinese, Thai and Italian food, as well as classic Fish n Chips.

Shopping in Coogee is a wonderful experience too, with a range of boutique stores located on the main street. The suburb is home to many amenities and offers several good schools.

The area is well served by buses, with routes to the Sydney CBD via Randwick, as well as Bondi Junction, Eastgardens via Kingsford and Maroubra, and Leichhardt via Glebe and Newtown. There is no train station in Coogee, however Bondi Junction is not too far away and can easily be reached by bus or on foot.
Coogee is what locals describe as the smaller, more laid back version of Bondi. There are lots of UNSW students spilling over from Randwick, living shoulder-to-shoulder with families, backpackers and Sydney’s elite. This blend creates a unique local diversity that compliments its friendly, welcoming feel.
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