Top 10 Things to do in Kogarah, Australia

July 26, 2017 Tambra Mccollister

Discover the best top things to do in Kogarah, Australia including AusSea Sailing School, Carss Bush Park, Zippo's Restaurant & Bar, Bass and Flinders Cruises, Jaitong Thai Massage, Scubathlon, Amelia Kates, Bruce Lee Statue, Totally Beautiful Beauty and Skin Care Centre, Jubilee Oval.
Restaurants in Kogarah

1. AusSea Sailing School

44 Endeavour St, Sans Souci, Kogarah, New South Wales 2219, Australia
Excellent
93%
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7%
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5 based on 13 reviews

AusSea Sailing School

Join AusSea Sailing School on historic Botany Bay, the best waters in Sydney to learn how to sail. We offer courses for beginners, racing, offshore and bareboat skippering. We will get you to your sailing goal in a fast, safe and fun way. The key to your success? We go that extra mile, with the best Yachting Australia instructors, more lessons per course and free practice sessions.

Reviewed By Diver T - Sydney, Australia

From delivering our sailboat to her new home and the following lessons, Marc provided a totally custom fit package and tailored it perfectly. Extremely knowledgeable and relaxed, he knows how to create the perfect experience, keep it fun and keep you on your toes! It...MoreIt was my pleasure, Rebecca. Good to see Andiamo sailing around Kogarah Bay & Botany Bay, every weekend :)

2. Carss Bush Park

Carwar Ave | Carss Park, Kogarah, New South Wales 2221, Australia
Excellent
60%
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40%
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4.5 based on 10 reviews

Carss Bush Park

Reviewed By dalton1skiing - London

This place gets busy on weekends with local families having BBQ's, but is quiet during the week. Plently of space to have a picnic, swim in the beach, walk the dog, cycle or let kids play in the play areas. Lost of grassy areas & established trees for shade. There is a small museum with information about the local area, but its only open on Sundays. Also a swimming pool, netted beach & cafe. There is parking along Bunyala St, & also Beach St & Carwar Ave. Its clean & well kept. A hidden gem.

3. Zippo's Restaurant & Bar

12 Merriman St, Kyle Bay, Kogarah, New South Wales 2221, Australia +61 2 9546 4731
Excellent
22%
Good
65%
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Poor
9%
Terrible
4%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 22 reviews

Zippo's Restaurant & Bar

Reviewed By Anthony P - Sydney, Australia

Dropped in to the upstairs bistro after not having been here for a couple of years. The old bowling club bought up by private parties has come a long way. Really enjoyed the specials today. One char grilled calamari with rocket, avocado, onion, dried tomato and pine nuts. The best.. The other meal was mussels in a beautiful napolitano tomato sauce with bread roll. Each meal only $20 and fantastic value dining with a beautiful view of Kyle Bay and the Georges River, great beer on tap and choice house wines all at normal bar prices. So popular, and quite crowded with special birthdays etc and great for kids too but just a little noisy. Will definitely be back here again soon.

4. Bass and Flinders Cruises

Sans Souci Wharf, Sans Souci Park, Sans Souci, Kogarah, New South Wales 2219, Australia
Excellent
33%
Good
46%
Satisfactory
5%
Poor
5%
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11%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 18 reviews

Bass and Flinders Cruises

Reviewed By Auntielee_13 - Sydney, Australia

We had a very important reason for getting our mixed families together recently, together with some old friends from New Zealand and Melbourne. After a lot of thought of where to go? what to do? the lunch time river cruise seemed to be the answer. I could not have been more delighted with the courtesy and friendliness of the staff while making the arrangements and then on meeting them at the Wharf. Being December, the theme was "Christmas" with a buffet lunch of prawns, oysters, hot seafood lots of salads and Roast Turkey, Pork and a beautiful Ham.
What a delight it was to cruise gently around Sylvania Waters - looking at all the expensive houses and then further up the Georges River to quiet bays and inlets, seeing different styles of homes and a variety of seabirds. Captain Ian and his crew went out of their way to meet a small request made by the family and found a nice quiet calm bay where we had a small ceremony to celebrate the life of an Aunt who had passed away aged 101.
Thank you all and I highly recommend your cruise and the locals - like myself - should take more of their guests along on this lovely peaceful journey.

5. Jaitong Thai Massage

51 Rocky Point Rd, Kogarah, New South Wales 2217, Australia 95531874
Excellent
78%
Good
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4.5 based on 9 reviews

Jaitong Thai Massage

Reviewed By terriede - Sydney, Australia

Booked for 2, oil massage for an hour. Bliss, totally relaxing and awesome massage!! Got to try out the hot stone massage for the first as well which was different and not bad. Still prefer the oil massage, it's my favourite. Try theThai massage $50 for an hour or the Special Oil Massage mix thai style massage for $79.
If you are cash strapped you can try one of their 1/2 hour massages for $35 (face & head, foot massage, traditional thai).
Personally I prefer the oil massage at $69, can't beat a great relaxing oil massage.
Clean facilities and staff were lovely and professional.
Totally recommend it and looking forward to trying the body scrub/massage soon.

6. Scubathlon

670 Princes Hwy, Kogarah, New South Wales 2217, Australia
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5 based on 4 reviews

Scubathlon

Reviewed By ScoobaMamma - Sydney, Australia

Della at Scubathlon is a great instructor who will make sure you master every skill necessary to conduct a safe dive before she gives you a certificate. I think she's the only instructor in Sydney who demands that her open water student perform mask clearing and other basic skill in neutral buoyancy!! The shop is very cozy and welcoming. It doesn't even feel like a shop, more like a dive lounge with comfy sofa and TV! :)

7. Amelia Kates

186-188 Princes Hwy | Beverley Park, Kogarah, New South Wales 2217, Australia 9553 7457
Excellent
67%
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33%
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4.5 based on 3 reviews

Amelia Kates

Reviewed By Paul C - Benidorm, Spain

Amelia Kates is a most beautifully restored 19th century Australian house that houses a patchwork shop along with Australian made crafty gifts, quilting classes, haberdashery and a wool shop. All the staff are so friendly and helpful.
The owners also serve high tea every morning and afternoon. all set out on the very best China. The finger sandwiches were tasty as were the tiny cheesy scones. The lemon tart filled my mouth with zing while the miniature fairy cake just melted like a dream. A lovely place to spend a couple of hours.

8. Bruce Lee Statue

Belgrave Street | Kogarah Town Square, Kogarah, New South Wales, Australia
Excellent
16%
Good
20%
Satisfactory
36%
Poor
16%
Terrible
12%
Overall Ratings

3 based on 24 reviews

Bruce Lee Statue

Reviewed By gerhard1965 - muscat

OK. It seems Kogarah, where this statue is displayed, has partnership with some city in China where Bruce Lee was born (?). What did the Chinese get in return? A statue of Kogarah's claim to fame, Clive James?

9. Totally Beautiful Beauty and Skin Care Centre

3-4/18 Greenacre Rd, South Hurstville, Kogarah, New South Wales 2221, Australia +61 2 9546 2745
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3 based on 1 reviews

Totally Beautiful Beauty and Skin Care Centre

Totally Beautiful Beauty and Skin Care Centre is located 15 mins south of the airport. Our professional team of beauty and skin therapist will look after your skin and wellness needs. Our salon specialises in Facial treatments, body therapy, wellness treatments, makeup, manicures, pedicures and spray tanning. Winner of the St George Leader salon of the year 2014.

Reviewed By Jennifer M

Atmosphere is way too busy for my liking. Hard to relax- bright lights and a nervous kind of tension in the air and beauticians push expensive products on you at the end of the visit.
Great beauticians - good at their job but very expensive - but not my cup of tea.

10. Jubilee Oval

249 Princes Highway | Kogarah park, Kogarah, New South Wales 2217, Australia
Excellent
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40%
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20%
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3 based on 5 reviews

Jubilee Oval

Reviewed By Don P - Ashland, Massachusetts

If you are in Australia and have some free time, take in one of the many National Rugby League games played throughout the country. Last evening I visited Jubilee Oval located in Kogarath, NSW (Sydney suburb) and watched the St. George Dragons run over the Penrith Panthers. You don't really have to understand the sport to appreciate the event. Thoroughly enjoyed the evening. Ausie fans are passionate about sports. General admission tickets were $30 AUS. ($23 US).

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