Coles Claremont is part of the Coles chain of large supermarkets. It is part of a larger shopping area centred on Bayview Terrace. The shops in Bayview Terrace vary from David Jones, newsagents to expensive and trendy boutiques like Allannah Hill.
Coles is where you might want to go to buy fruit, vegetables and other groceries at reasonable prices.
To get there from Cottesloe catch the train and get off at Claremont shopping centre or the 102 bus and get off at the busstop outside the railway station.
Hours of opening:
Monday, Tuesday,Wednesday, Friday: 8am-6pm
The closest supermarket to the beach ie., Marine Parade is the IGA in Eric Street. If you walk away from the beach from the OBH/Eric Street just down from the hill is a number of small shops including IGA.
IGA is a recently formed group of small independent grocers/supermarkets who have joined together in competition with the big two:Coles and Woolworths. IGA is a smaller version but does tend to favour more local produce.
At this centre there is also a video/DVD store, upmarket clothes store,777 pharmacy and local real estate agency.
Napoleon Street is on the other side of Cottesloe Railway Station. It has become a very chic street with its numerous coffee/tea cafes, expensive and trendy boutiques and gift shops. It has become for some the place to see and be seen.
Further down Napoleon Street and across the traffic lights and Stirling Highway is the Grove Shopping Centre which houses a number of other clothing shops, Bargain Bazaar and Woolworths.
North of Napoleon Street is Station Street and a number of speciality stores including Vidlers which sells a variety of beach ware and beach equipment.
South of Napoleon Street is Jarrad Street which is famous for Boatshed which specialises in quality gourmet grocery products including South West Cheeses,organic fruit and vegetables. There is also a delicatessan, bakery, fishmonger and butcher.
What to buy: Specialist gifts