The high ground and hills that front the south coast of Cooper Jack Bay reach heights of more than 100 feet (30 meters) and offer spectacular views over the turquoise waters of the Caicos Banks. A small network of canals isolates Cooper Jack from the adjacent Venetian Road, Discovery Bay, and Turtle Tail areas.
The quiet south-eastern Cooper Jack region mainly supports low density residential development, with some rental villas. An unfinished marina project and canals are also located in the area.
The Cheshire Hall Creek (named after Cheshire Hall Plantation) marine tidal system separates Cooper Jack Bay from the Five Cays region, the Providenciales International Airport (PLS), and the eastern reaches of South Dock Road.
The coastal bluff and hill environment at Cooper Jack supports several unique and beautiful Turks and Caicos plants, including the tall orchid, Inagua orchid, and the interesting Candlewood bush, which looks like miniature holly.
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