Jobson's cove is a beautiful tiny cove in between the major south shore beaches of Horseshoe Bay and Warwick Long Bay. It is situated next to Warwick Long Bay at its Western end.
We were very lucky as it was virtually deserted when we chanced across it whilst walking the South shore Park footpath from Horseshoe Bay Beach, but I can imagine it does not take too many to make it feel crowded.
The rock formations, combined with the pink tinged sand and the turquoise water make it a great photo spot. But for this it is best visited early or latter when the mid day sun does not bleach out the camera shots. We actually moved on to the wonderful sand of the Long bay beach when the sun was high, but returned here when the evening sun gave some wonderful colours. And by that time we had it to ourselves as well .. :-)
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