Twilight Cove is a spectacular location at the east end of the Baxter Cliffs.
There are 70m high cliffs and a broad, sweeping beach.
The beach is reasonably shallow but good fishing can be had in calm conditions for salmon, whiting, mullet, tommy ruffs, mulloway and gummy sharks.
This is a remote location. Visitors must be well prepared. Take water and non-perishable food, tools, spares, recovery gear and satellite communication.
Access to Twilight Cove is for experienced 4WD drivers along the beach from Eyre and or via tracks from Cocklebiddy, 26km to the north.
Track conditions vary from rough rock to deep sand, and it may be impassable when wet.
If considering beach travel ensure the tide is below 0.6m, otherwise the beach will be impassable. Beware becoming bogged in seaweed or sand that is wet and soft.
The cove was named after the ship Twilight, wrecked here in 1877.
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