ACP 2021

27 - 30 August 2021



COOGEE BEACH, SYDNEY

Coogee is one of Australia’s oldest beachside suburbs and is teeming with charm. You’ve got the obligatory soft white sand, ocean pools, seaside parks and spectacular views but with a relaxed vibe. You’ll find adventure too, from coastal walks to snorkelling or diving in an aquatic sanctuary teeming with marine life.  Besides swimming and relaxing on soft sand, Coogee Beach is where you can start, or finish, the Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk. The 6km trail winds along sandstone cliffs to other pretty beaches, including Bronte and Clovelly. You can spot whales along the coast between May and November during their annual migration.

Coogee boasts a vibrant cafe, bar and restaurant scene. The Coogee Bay Hotel has been a seaside retreat since 1873. Coogee Pavilion is a multi-level eatery with rooftop bar, Barzura is a popular local café and Bistro on The Greens is a bright, casual option at South Coogee Bowling Club.

 

GETTING THERE
Getting to Coogee is easy by public transport, with buses stopping next to Coogee Beach, a popular beach for families with young children. It’s about a half hour trip from the hub of Central station.

Taxis are readily available on arrival at the airport and the cost is approx. $30-$40.
All major car rental companies are located at Sydney airport .

 

WEATHER
The last month of winter, August, is another comfortable month in Sydney, Australia, with the average temperature ranging between max 17.8°C (64°F) and min 9°C (48.2°F). It is also the least humid month in Sydney, with an average relative humidity of 49%.


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