A beautiful coastal walk with beautiful sea views and walking paths

I started from Coogee Beach and ended in Bronte Beach

Coogee Pavillion – right where all the action is! Kids playing hand ball, volleyball on the beach, take away coffees, out doorsy aussie lifestyle

Coogee Beach – Goldstein Reserve

Coogee Beach – Surf Life saving Club

Giles Baths – you can see a tiny dot of a person in the middle there, it was quite rough waters

Gordons Bay – much calmer waters here with a glimpse of aqua here and there

Gordon’s Bay – a nice private small beach along the path
Clovelly Beach – a really nice secluded beach with sand as well as cemented area to sit and sunbake, Clovelly Cliffs

Waverley Municipal Council, itself only proclaimed in 1859, soon recognised that a general cemetery was needed to service the developing community of the eastern suburbs and, in 1868, reserved 1200 pounds to purchase ten acres for the establishment of the cemetery.

Laid out professionally as a cemetery of the Victorian style and with its recurring use of ethereally white Italian Carrara marble, Waverley Cemetery soon resembled a strategic collection of individual memorials that portrayed a cohesive and unified visual character.

A quiet and beautiful spot with plenty of tombstones
Beautiful views for the dead
Multi million $$$$ location! There is so much beauty from this spot with the gorgeous views!
Bronte Beach