Coogee Beach c. 1940
- Track constructed into the Coogee area along the route of what is now Anzac Parade and Alison Road.
- First land grant of 20 acres allocated to WC Greville. Grant included entire frontage of the bay at Little Coogee, now Clovelly.
- In November land was auctioned at Coogee including 12 hectares purchased by WC Wentworth early in 1835.
- Survey and subdivision of Coogee area completed. On 25 July the village of Coogee was officially gazetted.
- Coogee beachfront and headlands allocated as public reserve.
- First recorded surf tragedy; JC Horner and his son drowned.
- First school is established in a building that was later converted to become the Coogee Bay Hotel.
- Citizens of Coogee unsuccessful in their efforts to secede from Randwick Municipality.
- Classes commenced at Coogee Public School in Byron Street.
- Police station constructed.
- Stone promenade wall is constructed along Coogee Beach.
- Tramline connected to Coogee.
- Coogee Ladies Baths constructed.
- Bathing machines installed at Coogee.
- Foundation stone of Saint Nicolas' Church laid by Bishop Barry on 18 December.
- Coogee Palace Aquarium and swimming baths opened on 23 December.
- Saint Nicolas' Church consecrated by Bishop Barry on 26 November.
- Coogee connected to main water supply.
- Sewerage services extended to Coogee.
- Lloyds' Baths established.
- Tram service electrified.
- Coogee Surf Lifesaving brigade formed.
- Dressing sheds erected at Coogee beach.
- Harold W. Baker and James Clarken carried out several rescues in heavy seas on 28 November.
- Electricity gradually replaced gas for street lighting.
- Coogee Surf Club building erected.
- Amusement pier opened on 24 July.
- Shark proof fence and shark tower officially opened by the Mayor, Ald JT Jennings, on 16 November.
- Giles' Baths opened on the site of the former Lloyds' Baths.
- Amusement pier demolished.
- Shark proof enclosure is demolished.
- Trams cease to operate to Coogee.
- Modern Coogee Beach Surfing Complex opened in March.
- Fierce gales wreck Coogee Palace Aquarium in June.
- Major re-development of Coogee Beach is undertaken by Local and State Governments.
- 5 September, the Coogee Plaza Beach Redevelopment officially opened by the Mayor, Alderman Margaret Martin.
- 25 April, renovations of Wylie's Baths opened.