View looking north from the Crowne Plaza Coogee Beach (formerly the “Holiday Inn”).¬†Link to their website
Coogee Beach pier
This photograph was taken in 1928 from the Southern end of the beach – looking North – of the then famous Coogee Beach Amusement Pier. It reached 180 metres into the sea, however heavy seas took their toll and the structure was demolished in 1934.

* Coogee Beach is a great place to eat, surf and swim. Visitors and locals enjoy the great hospitality and exciting night-life of the Coogee Bay Hotel, the Crowne Plaza Coogee Beach and the Coogee Palace bars.
* A wide variety of accommodation is available within walking distance of the sand and surf including holiday apartments – boutique hotels – backpacker hostels & luxury self catering rentals (for accommodation details, see the Business Directory.)
* While in Coogee you must explore the beautiful coastal walks , the lush parklands with free outdoor barbeque and picnic facilities, the children’s play areas or you can just relax on one of the finest sand beaches in the southern hemisphere.
*Coogee is the centre of what is now known as “The Sports Coast”

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