On the rocky coast south of Coogee Beach, this superb seawater pool (1907) is targeted at swimmers more than splashabouts. After your...
Ross Jones Memorial Pool
At Coogee Beach’s southern end, this saltwater pool has sandcastle-like concrete turrets.
Bondi without the glitz and the posers, Coogee (locals pronounce the double o as in the word ‘took’) has a deep sweep of sand, historic...
Coogee Bay Hotel
This rambling, rowdy complex packs in the backpackers for live music, open-mic nights, comedy and big-screen sports in the beaut beer...
Barzura's views are among the best of any cafe in Sydney. The sunbaked stretch north along Coogee Beach is a stunner, as are deliciously...
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McIvers Baths information
Perched against the cliffs south of Coogee Beach and well-screened from passers-by, McIvers Baths has been popular for women's bathing since before 1876. Its strict women-only policy has made it popular with an unlikely coalition of nuns, Muslim women and lesbians. Small children of either gender are permitted.