Cottesloe is a western suburb of Perth, Western Australia, inside the Town of Cottesloe. Cottesloe was named for Thomas Fremantle, first Baron Cottesloe, a conspicuous Tory legislator and the sibling of Admiral Sir Charles Fremantle for whom the city of Fremantle was named. The adjacent suburb of Swanbourne was named for the Fremantle family situate, Swanbourne House, in Swanbourne, Buckinghamshire. It is presently vested mutually in the National Trust of Australia WA and Curtin University.
Cottesloe is a shoreline side suburb of the city of Perth in Western Australia. It is found generally somewhere between Perth focal business locale and the port of Fremantle. It is well known for its shorelines, bistros and loosened up way of life. Cottesloe is limited by the Vlamingh Memorial toward the south, Stirling Highway, Parry Street West side and West Coast Highway toward the east; North Street toward the north and the Indian Ocean toward the west. An extensive piece of Cottesloe is private, despite the fact that a noteworthy shopping region is situated along Stirling Highway, and a 9-opening fairway is on Jarrad Street.