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

Sydney Days 1, 2 & 3

A travel blog entry by katrinagsmith on Aug 25, 2015

1 comment, 56 photos

... where Andrew and I always go with the DuMonts in California. We did a bit more shopping and browsing for a couple of hours whilst making our way to Sydney's 'Hyde Park.' We stopped for an Earl Grey in Hyde Park overlooking St Mary's Cathedral, as well as a giant game of chess that a group of old men were playing! Hyde Park was stunning and the sun had come out by this point. We walked down towards the Anzac Memorial, which was very impressive. On our way back to ...

Coogee to Bondi Coastal Walk

A travel blog entry by mginetta on Jul 20, 2015

16 photos

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 ...

First day of cruise holiday

A travel blog entry by traceyvanlooy on Jun 29, 2015

4 photos

... She said about 2 or 3 per day for 3 years, except on holidays and weekends do the math...... The guides are very big on safety, and we couldn't take anything in the bridge, everything including my sunglasses, unless they were attached to my grey superman suit, by a small cord. Even our hats and beanies were all attached. We pretty much had to strip off except our sox, jocks, and shirt, and just wear this oh-so flattering grey and blue suit. The reason ...

Bay of islands new zealand

A travel blog entry by sue-tonyprimeau on Apr 06, 2015

Tall ship sailing today. It was a beautiful day, we sailed in the R Tucker Thompson tall ship around the bay and stopped at a scenic island. The beach was covered in small stones and shells broken up so it was hard to walk in bare feet. On board we had a lunch of salads and BBQ style chicken. A great tour. Some helped crew by pulling ropes etc. we were late getting back so almost missed cocktails. Sat with people from Saskatchewan. A lot of Canadians on ...

Visit to the Australian Museum & QVB

A travel blog entry by dmarek on Apr 04, 2015

97 photos

... may have learned a few more - the albatross was impressively large. I saw a frigate bird and lots of wrens, bee eaters, and parrot-type birds. We got to the cafeteria and ordered a sandwich which we split. I think our coffees got way-layed and delivered to another table but we did get them eventually. (This is getting to be a recurring theme here.) We ate the hot-cross buns that Suzanne brought from home and felt ready to ...