To see what the beach looks like before coming down for a swim or taking the boat out, have a look at Coogee Beach webcam located near the Coogee Beach Surf Lifesaving Club. Other weather sites include the Bureau of Meteorology, Seabreeze and WillyWeather.
Port Coogee and its marina offer residents and visitors a great experience on the shores of the peaceful Cockburn Sound.
- Shopping and cafés at the new Port Coogee Village
- Swimming beach, BBQs, water playground and shaded grassed areas
- Public Jetty where you can berth for 2 hours free
- Close to Omeo shipwreck and Coogee Maritime Trail
- Close to Coogee Beach with its eco-shark barrier for a worry-free ocean swim experience
- Service Jetty with diesel and unleaded fuel available
- Direct Ocean access close to Rottnest, Garden and Carnac Islands, or to the Swan River.
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Wander along the marina boardwalk and spot some marine life in our beautiful waterways and maybe even a dolphin! Enjoy a meal at the local cafés or restaurants and take in the beautiful views.
Ngarkal Beach (gull in Noongar) is a fantastic all ages swimming beach located in the Port Coogee waterways and features a waterpark for kids, beach wheelchairs to hire for people of all abilities to dip their toes in the water and a swimming pontoon. Public toilets and Adult change facilities available here too.
Coogee Maritime Trail and Omeo shipwreck
The Coogee Maritime Trail features both underwater and land-based activities. The trail is centred around the Omeo, Perth’s premier shore-based shipwreck. The dive and snorkel trail features an underwater reef and artworks, which are the first of their kind in WA.
Public jetty, parking and bike racks
A public jetty is available for a maximum of two hours between 6am and 7pm, 7 days a week. Short stays are available in the Port Coogee Marina. Come and stay for a week or just a weekend to enjoy the beautiful Cockburn Sound and proximity to our local islands, Carnac, Garden and Rottnest Island. Call the office on 08 9411 3390 or email
Car parking and bike racks available.
The City will be installing three public moorings at Coogee Beach between the Eco Shark Barrier, Omeo Shipwreck and Coogee Maritime Trail for visitors on boats to enjoy the surrounding attractions while limiting seabed disturbance from anchors (see map below titled 'Public Moorings near Omeo wreck 2022). The installation will begin in May 2022, with the moorings being ready to use from October 2022.
The three moorings will cater for vessels up to 25 metres in length and have signage to show the maximum vessel length and duration of stay. Recreational boat users as well as dive clubs could use the moorings.
Why is the City installing the moorings?
The City of Cockburn, residents and stakeholders have recognised the growing number of visitors to Coogee Beach to swim, snorkel and dive.
More and more vessels are coming into Coogee Beach, anchoring close to the Omeo shipwreck, and entering the non-motorised waters area.
The moorings provide a secure location for vessels away from swimmers, divers and users of the local attractions.
A grant application was submitted and approved by the Department of Transport (DoT) as part of the Recreational Boating Facilities Scheme (RBFS) to fund 75% of the $30,000 project.
When will the installation of the moorings occur?
The installation on the seabed will occur mid-2022, with the moorings attached in October 2022, ready for summer.
It is proposed that the public moorings would only be deployed during the popular boating months from October through to April, similar to the City’s swimming pontoons.
The location of the moorings is within DoT waters, so for any vessel non-compliance, please complete the DoT Non-Compliance Report. The moorings will be managed and maintained by the City of Cockburn.
Fishing along the coast of Western Australia is superb and the City of Cockburn has a number of outstanding fishing spots that are easy to access and guaranteed to whet the appetite of the keenest anglers. These include locations suitable for all abilities:
- Port Coogee Accessible Fishing Jetty, at the end of Chelydra Point, North Coogee
- Ammunition Jetty, Nyyerbup Circle, Coogee.
Other popular fishing spots are listed below. Fishers should exercise caution in these coastal locations where weather and sea conditions could be hazardous.
- Catherine Point Groyne – C Y O’Connor Beach
- Port Coogee Marina External Breakwaters (excluding the Coogee Maritime Trail)
- Breakwaters and groynes around Woodman Point and the Woodman Point Boat Ramp.
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