Coogee Bay Hotel Heritage Wing

Address: 9 Vicar St, Coogee, New South Wales, 2034, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 9 Vicar St, Coogee, is near Coogee Beach, Bronte, Wylie's Baths, and Coogee/Lurline Bay Walk.
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Travel Blogs from Coogee

Coogee to Bondi Coastal Walk

A travel blog entry by mginetta on Jul 20, 2015

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Took the city bus to Coogee to start our scenic coastal walk. The 6 km walk takes you through several communities and beaches. The total walk took us approx. 2.5 hrs. The final destination was Bondi Beach-the world famous surfing area. The beach is also a hub for good expresso bars so the princess and I indulged in a ...

Bondi - Coogee Walk

A travel blog entry by hsdodril on May 31, 2015

1 comment, 30 photos

... away, it is just a quick hop to the beach... with winter setting in, still people take to the beach and for strolls, soaking in the pleasant winds and the mild heat..

It is just a 15 minute train ride from Martin Place, crossing King's Cross and Edgecliff and finally reaching Bondi (pronounced as Bondi with an i... not as an eeeee) Junction

Instead of hopping on a bus to the beach, i just walked.. crossing the laid back suburban residential areas, ...


A travel blog entry by pmacklin on May 25, 2015

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... to the next including strange details and recurring jokes nobody laughed at. He wasn't all bad of course. We learnt a few bits about various buildings and a couple of stories about Sydney that we wouldn't have known otherwise. After we surreptitiously slipped off we decided it was about time we bought a boomerang, so we set about hunting down a souvenir shop, which is surprisingly hard to find in Sydney. In fact, so much so ...

Part 4: The Wonderful Country of Oz

A travel blog entry by fednskutes on Apr 19, 2015

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... as planned. So we treated ourselves to 1 afternoon beverage... and then 2... and then 6.... and then shots... Pretty soon our sangria jugs were being called 'Shang-Ra-La-La's. ' By the end of the night, we met countless friends, were best friends with the band, got the whole place literally dancing, and by the end brought the house down with a tribute to the great Neil Diamond and Squish, "Sweet Caroline.' The whole event so well that we were invited back by the ...


A travel blog entry by patandfred on Mar 31, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... but some in strollers. The ship is very accessible to people with walking difficulties which is a credit to the ship designers. Speaking of the ship, I went to a lecture in the Aurora theatre by the captain and he told us a little about the ship. Radiance of Seas was built in Germany some 10 years ago in a fully enclosed shed to control the climate. She is powered by two GE gas turbines which drive electric generators producing ...