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Cottesloe Information:

Cottesloe, Perth, Western Australia

In the 2006 Census (held on 8th August 2006), there were 7,066 persons usually resident in Cottesloe (Suburb): 49.0% were males and 51.0% were females. Of the total population in Cottesloe (Suburb) 0.2% were Indigenous persons, compared with 2.3% Indigenous persons in Australia.

In the 2006 Census, there were 1,683 families in Cottesloe (Suburb): 45.8% were couple families with children, 40.3% were couple families without children, 10.8% were one parent families and 3.1% were other families.

In the 2006 Census there were 2,895 occupied private dwellings counted in Cottesloe (Suburb): 69.7% were separate houses, 9.7% were semi-detached, row or terrace houses, townhouses etc, 20.2% were flats, units or apartments and 0.1% were other dwellings.

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Cottesloe –

One of Perth’s most popular beaches, Cottesloe is a wonderful spot to visit. Swimming, surfing, snorkelling, fishing and just sitting in the sun are all favourite pastimes at this premier beach location.

The suburb abounds with old, well preserved homes from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Norfolk Pine trees, some more than 100 years old, line the streets. The Civic Centre in Broome Street is a magnificent example of the early history of the area. Its grounds are open to the public and feature large gardens, lawns and free barbecue facilities.

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Cottesloe –

The western Perth suburb of Cottesloe Beach is one of the few beaches in Western Australia with ocean side cafes and pubs. The distinctive avenues of Norfolk Island pines, the colonial style splendour of the Indiana Tea House and the Spanish-style Cottesloe Civic Centre with its magnificent gardens all add to the culture of ‘Cottes’.

Generations of Western Australians have spent summer days and evenings diving into the Indian Ocean from the distinctive floating bell in the ocean at Cottesloe Beach

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