Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk Review, Sydney, Australia

Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk Review, Sydney, Australia



This post is a Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk review.

After the Chinese Friendship Garden we headed to the beach and on the way decided to do the Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk.

The Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk is a beautiful 6km hike along the east coast of Sydney.

This is actually a segment of the Maroubra walk which I think is about 8km in total.

In any case, we decided to start at Coogee so we could finish by having lunch at the world famous Bondi Beach.

Featured Image: Looking towards the cemetery from Bondi.

Cost(s): Free.

Address: Arden Street, Coogee NSW 2031, Australia. BondiToCoogeeWalk.com.au.

Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk Review

Unlike the previous two days, it was cool and cloudy. Perfect walking conditions, but not so great for pictures.

We started at Coogee Beach. A classic white sand beach.

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Coogee Beach.

Most of the pathway along the walk was quite nice in its own right.

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A section of the pathway along the walk.

The next cove was Gordon’s bay. Lots of little fishing boats but didn’t look to great for swimming.

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Gordon’s Bay.

Its a bit hard to see in this picture, but Cloverly pool is a lap pool in the ocean. The are some rocks further out which protect the inlet from waves. There where quite a few people swimming laps despite the cool weather.

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You can swim laps in Cloverly pool.

The next thing we came across neither of us were expecting. A massive cemetery.

Apparently there where some big storms mid 2016 walking along the cost in front of the cemetery was under repair. Instead, you walk through the middle of it, just a slight detour.

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Walking through the cemetery.

On the other side of the cemetery is Bronte park and it beach which looked kind of choppy.

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The beach at Bronte Park. Some surfers in the choppy water.

And less than 1km futher on was Tamarama. It is the far cove in the picture below and seemed to be quite a good place for surfing.

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Tamarama in the distance.

Finally we got to the famous Bondi Beach which was much emptier than I expected. I guess due to the cool weather.

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Looking towards Bondi. Looks like my panorama messed up 🙁 .

There is an infinity lap pool at Bondi also which I am pretty sure is free to use and open to the public, although I didn’t check it out very well so this may be incorrect.

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The lap pool at Bondi.

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Getting to the Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk

From Hyde park in the city center you can catch busses to either Coogee, Bondi, or one of the other beaches.

Bus numbers 333, 381, and 380 go to Bondi from Hyde Park.

I think the 362 somewhat follows the coast from Bondi to Coogee.




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