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“Coogee and beyond”

Coogee/Lurline Bay Walk
Ranked #106 of 345 Tours in Sydney
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Reviewed 5 November 2012

If you are taking the Bondi to Coogee walk don't stop there but walk on. This is a really terrific walk that brings you much closer to the water. I have done this walk starting at Clovelly which makes the whole experience even better. Coogee is a lovely beach and the park area just beyond it is very pleasant indeed.

Thank Patricia B
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Reviewed 22 October 2012

This walk is an extension of the Bondi-Bronte walk, taking in cliffs, waves pounding on the rocks below, all from the vantage point of a winnding concrete pathway in one of the more salubrious parts of Sydney. Lurline Bay is where I swam in my youth, and scuba divers love it for its clarity and resident Groper!

Thank mccorquinn
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Reviewed 17 September 2012

I often do this walk after being in Sydney for work. Its quieter than the Coogee to Bondi walk & better to do when the seas are rough. The sunset can be brilliant and if you do get rough seas, the waves carashing onto the rocks become spectacular. Make sure you have sensible shoes, the path while in good condition is not always smooth and the walk has a number of hills an stairways.

Thank SueHNSW
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Reviewed 23 August 2012

This walk is easy, safe and picturesque. It winds around the coastline , close to the water and the wonderful sandstone cliffs.

Thank chris v
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Reviewed 11 July 2012

Now you can walk almost the length of Sydney's southern beachline, and most of it on boardwalk, which is great for the 'wheelies' who may also like to whate watch. A great time to do this walk is either during the "Festival of the Winds", an annual kite flying event at Bondi Beach, or at the same time as "Sculptures by the Sea". Well anytime is a good time to do this walk, actually, and every season has its special perspective to offer.

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