Goldstein Reserve

175-249R Arden Street, Coogee NSW 2034

175-249R Arden Street, Coogee NSW 2034
  • Toilets
  • Showers
  • Changing facilities
  • Barbeques
  • Car park
  • Picnic tables
  • Litter bin

  • Coastal Walkway
  • Park seat
  • Monument or memorial

  • Alcohol restrictions
  • Golf practice prohibited
  • Camping prohibited
  • Fires prohibited
  • Removal of flora & fauna prohibited

Goldstein Reserve is the parkland located immediately adjacent to Coogee Beach. It has spectacular ocean views to Wedding Cake Island and the headlands at either end of the beach. The reserve is flat with picnic shelters, barbecues, seating, open grassed areas and maturing shade trees. The promenade running through the reserve provides a direct link to the beach and is used by walkers, joggers and sightseers.

Goldstein Reserve is the parkland located immediately adjacent to Coogee Beach. It has spectacular ocean views to Wedding Cake Island and the headlands at either end of the beach. The reserve is flat with picnic shelters, barbecues, seating, open grassed areas and maturing shade trees. The promenade running through the reserve provides a direct link to the beach and is used by walkers, joggers and sightseers.

Goldstein Reserve is named after Hyman Goldstein, who spent 14 years working for Randwick City Council. He was mayor for two years between 1918-19 and was identified with many different sporting bodies around the area. Goldstein was also a member of the NSW Legislative Assembly, representing the Eastern Suburbs from 1922-25, and Coogee from 1927 until his death in 1928.

The Reserve is used for major events such as Council's annual Coogee Carols and Coogee Sparkles New Year's Eve Fireworks.

There are two kiosks in Goldstein Reserve and public toilets, showers and changerooms. The Coogee Town Centre is just across the road and a major bus terminal is located on adjacent Arden Street.

A Memorial to Fallen Lifesavers is located at the southern end of the park overlooking the beach. The Memorial was unveiled in 2014 and features a bronze statue of a lifesaver and digger by Alan Somerville.

Alcohol consumption is not permitted in the park.

BBQs in the Randwick Local Government Area are timed to operate from 8am to 8pm every day throughout the year.

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