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Beach is not too far from Perth city (less than 30 mins drive), and you can enjoy your strolls, jogs and cycling here, just like the locals. The benches, painted blue and white, lie along the pathways, still looking the same as what I saw...More
A trip to Cottesloe summer or winter has to be done. After a walk along the beach and onto the rocky spit to watch the fishermen head back for some dinner. In winter wrap up, grab yourself fish and chips at Amberjacks which serve the...More
It’s a winter beach right now so but if seaweed on the foreshore none the less it and north Cottesloe in particular are my favourite go to spots. In fact even if a bit cold to swim still attracts die hard swimmers and surfers down...More
My daughter insisted on visiting the beach, despite the weather being cold and windy (it's winter in June after all). So we went to Cottesloe Beach which is my favourite of the Perth beaches. As expected, it wasn't really that nice due to the weather,...More
Beach is a locals gem, used from dawn til dust. Groyne makes swimming fairly safe, but it's still open ocean. Fish & chips and ice creams make it a great place to sit on the grass terrace and watch the sun go down. The public...More
I was there in fall, but the sand, water, and dunes was still calling visitors. There were people still swimming. The sand is soft and the water is clear. I liked that there were grassy areas to sit on and some shade under the trees.
This is a good beach with plenty of space. Nice grass areas if you aren't keen on sitting on the sand and great kiddies play areas nearby. It was extremely busy when we were there because of Sculptures at the Sea but well worth a...More