Get up close and personal with the wild weather in Cottesloe this July and August when you stay at the Cottesloe Cove beach apartment.
Underrated for Winter stays, Cottesloe beach is an amazing sight in the Winter months when changes to the beach landscape occur on a daily basis.
Perth is a hot spot for whale watching too as a number of whale species such as humpbacks, southern right whales and blue whales take their migration paths to meet up with future partners. While they’re mostly seen between September and November, sightings have been recorded as early as July.
Experience the wild weather in Cottesloe from inside a beach cafe
While away an hour on Cottesloe beach at a cafe like Barchetta or the Blue Duck . Both cafes offer wonderful vantage points to watch the wild weather roll in. If you’re lucky enough you might see whales as they swim close to the shore line. Sometimes you can spot them with your bare eyes, though binoculars are a definite advantage.
When you’re coming into town for a conference or course in the Winter months, choose Cottesloe as a place for your stay. In less than twenty-five minutes you’ll be in Perth or even better if your appointments are in Fremantle, with just a fifteen minute drive south.
Two beach properties from which to choose!
Larger groups can choose Sun, Sand Sea and Salty Kisses, a glamorous four bedroom, four bathroom house for stays of five nights or more. Four couples can be accommodated here. Or the Cottesloe Cove Beach two bedroom apartment is perfect for smaller groups.
A swim at Cottesloe beach in Winter
Cottesloe locals will tell you that you can swim in the ocean any time of year. Not for the faint hearted, the water in Cottesloe is mildly chilly in Winter though not overly so and you will certainly feel invigorated after a Winter swim.
Enjoy reduced rates for bookings in Winter. We look forward to welcoming you!