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All reviews coogee beach ocean pool entry fee sea urchins low tide yoga classes lovely place love this place young kids old school be careful few years local institution top spot tables and chairs great coffee little gem
Beautiful ocean pool, natural bottom, you see fish, the occasional octopus and plenty of other sea creatures.
Finish with a hot shower and coffee. Sim in the Winter if you are game and you will often have the pool to yourself
Out of towners visiting family. One of the highlights was Wylie’s Baths. Amazing rock pool. Our 8 and 11 year old absolutely loved it, us too.
Extremely friendly service but local older swimmers very rude to our kids snorkeling in the pool and pushed our...More
A really beautiful setting and good to see a traditional ocean pool well maintained. The Christmas tree in the centre of the pool was a nice touch!
However I was a bit disappointed with the experience overall. The adult admission fee is $5. The water...More
I had read the reviews and decided to go to Wylie’s as I read that there was a lifeguard and the water was shallow. Therefore today I went with my two young kids. It was low tide but at the deep end it was still...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.