Coogee Live

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6 March -
7 March 2021
10am-9pm and 11am-6pm

Join us again along our pristine coastline for Coogee Live! The 2021 program is bursting with an exciting range of cultural, food and beverage and wellness experiences for everyone to enjoy, all set upon the celebrated Coogee coastline.

The event is split over two days and over two locations along the coast, Coogee Beach Reserve and Omeo Park.

  • Saturday 6 March 10am-9pm
  • Sunday 7 March 11am-6pm

Make sure you keep abreast of all the things planned for the event by either following the Coogee Live Facebook page, and check the website


This is an accessible event with accessible parking and toilets. Audio descripted shows to be announced closer to the time.
To make arrangements or for more information please contact us for details.


This event is subject to change or cancellation. Check back here regularly or on our social media pages closer to the event. We recommend downloading the COVID app and adhering to social distancing while attending events. If you feel unwell or are showing symptoms, please seek medical advice and do not attend this event.


Coogee Beach Reserve

Omeo Park

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Cockburn Nyungar moort Beeliar boodja-k kaadadjiny. Koora, yeyi, benang baalap nidja boodja-k kaaradjiny.
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