I have to find a better way of titling my Sydney photo logs, as I reckon I will be making multiple posts of it as time goes, considering my affiliation to it by matrimony! Anyway, on my first visit to Sydney, I did two coastal walks. I posted about my Bondi to Watsons Bay walk previously, although I did that the day after the Coogee to Bondi walk that is featured on this post.
Apparently you can do a walk from Cronulla to Clovelly (then connect all the way to Bondi, I suppose), but I’ve been to Cronulla before I thought of doing this trek and I didn’t really fancy doing a great walk in that heat.
Coogee to Bondi is a much shorter walk than Bondi to Watsons Bay, at just 6 km. There is still so much beauty to see though; it has these interesting rock formations on top of a cliff, well away from waves crashing into it. I kept wondering how they were formed; I could only guess it is probably erosion from the wind and rain but I honestly do not know.
Starting off at Coogee and Wedding Cake Island, which was apparently named because of its flat top surface, kind of like the bottom layer of a wedding cake! It disappears depending on the time of the tide, and I was lucky to see a bit of the top. I wonder if the tide even goes lower than that?