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Any time of the day you will enjoy this walk. Stunning views. And every part is different. Just watch when you want to go for a run. Can be pretty crowded (especially with special occasions like sculptors by the sea).
I did this walk from Maroubra to Coogee and it was much quieter than other parts of the coast but still with dramatic views. Just north of Maroubra is an easy path along the cliffs with good views (especially at Mistral Point - go out...More
I always wanted to do Coogee to Maroubra walk as I have done Coogee to Bondi Beach a few times. I finally attempted it today.
It is beautiful, but then about half way, you have to go on the suburban streets for part of the...More
If you are after great views of beautiful beaches, you have to give this walk a go. It's a low intensity walk, and suits most capabilities. Ramps and stairs are provided to make it accessible for more people.
Took this walk with my 3 yr old grandson and had lots of fun listening to frogs and finding tadpoles swimming among reeds. Very natural and pretty. Has ramps as well as stairs which mae it a lot more accessible for prams, strollers and wheel...More
There are many options in terms of how far to walk. You can start on the southern end of Coogee Beach and follow the path until you want to walk back, or you can go all the way to Maroubra. You can also start at...More
While it still gets busy the walk from south of Coogee towards Maroubra is as pleasant as any and not as crowded as further North ! On this section you can be close to the ocean and past Lurline Bay walk on the rock shelf...More
We walked from Coogee Beach south to Maroubra, but you can do it in the other direction too, and buses to and from both beaches get you back into the city.
It took us about an hour of brisk walking, but we took quite a...More
Very accessible by public transport, Coogee is the smaller, friendlier, more intimate version of Bondi Beach. Coogee is the only beach in the Eastern suburbs that does not have big waves, making it an excellent family beach. The Coogee Bay Hotel, located right across the beach, has one of the biggest beer gardens in Australia and plenty of entertainment every night of the week. Be on the lookout for celebrity
footballers! A little further south is Wylie’s Baths, offering sweeping 180 degree views over the Pacific Ocean, and it is perfect for a swim or a few laps. Plenty of dining choices surround the beach, including the famous fish and chips.