Coogee is a beach-side suburb of Sydney, at about 8 km/4 mi in the south-east of Sydney's CBD (Central Business District).
Coogee beach nestles among sandstone headlands and it is protected from the heavy waves coming from Wedding Cake Island. If you are a scuba diving enthusiast, then you should visit North Coogee. The spot is appropriate for all divers.
The average depth of the dive site is 16 m/52.5 ft and the maximum depth is 19 m/62.3 ft. Visibility rate is good enough, around 10 m/32 ft and it can be dived in calm weather and not after rain.
Water temperature is up to 21°C/69.8°F in summer and early autumn months and between 14-18°C/57.2-64.4°F in winter. Divers will have the opportunity to witness an amazing marine life. The Weedy Sea Dragon is a sea horse which can only be found in NSW waters.
Finally, visitors can enjoy coastal walks and the magnificent view of the Pacific Ocean and the Wedding Cake Island in one of the many cafes and restaurants on the streets around the beach. Note: it is crowded during weekends, so be patient.