As much as I love Perth beaches, south of North Beach, as things flatten out, there aren’t many interesting coastal features to photograph, until you get to North Cottesloe.
What I love about North Cott is how the reef close to the shoreline constantly changes with the winter swells.
As the sand is slowly washed away over the winter months, different parts of the reef are gradually revealed. What’s visible is constantly shifting and changing so it looks different each time you visit.
Being one of Perth’s ‘iconic’ beaches, the main beach at Cottesloe is always fairly busy, but the northern end has a little less traffic making it a relatively peaceful photo location as well.
More North Cottesloe photos.