Things to do in Yallingup and nearby...

Walk trails

The Park is surrounded by five walk trails, including the famous Cape to Cape trail. The hardest part is choosing your adventure: ocean walk, National Park hiking, track to Nilgi Cave, mountain top views or all of it!

Yallingup Beach

One minute down the road is Yallingup lagoon. Protected by reef this spot is perfect for the whole family to swim. Bring your snorkel and goggles and see the fish.

Woodfired bread

A trip to Yallingup is not complete without visiting Yallingup Woodfired Bakery. Only a 5min drive away from us, rock up around 3pm and pick up a hot loaf straight from the oven and leave your cash in the bowl. The trick is trying not to eat it all in the car park!

Surfing

Wax that board, zinc up your nose, stretch the shoulders and get out there!! It’s said that Yallingup is the birthplace of surfing in WA,  you’ve got a choice of breaks right here or why not take a drive up or down the coast and find some hidden gems. If you’re nice to us in the office we might just give you a few local tips 😉

Caves House Hotel

Located across the road from us we challenge you to find a dull moment at this pub. Offering delicious food, famous Sunday Sessions, summer outdoor cinema and an impressive line up of live music we feel lucky to call these guys our neighbours. Stroll across the road and get amongst the action.

Beer

Follow the Craft Beer Trail (see below link) and make your way around 10 amazing breweries across the Margaret River Region. Starting with Wild Hop Brewing Company in Yallingup, just a 10min drive away.

Wine

Okay you’re going to need a map from our office for this one. With over 200 wineries in the Margaret River region, you are spoilt for choice. Either drop in and ask us for some tips or take the beautiful winding roads and stop when something looks good. You can’t go wrong. 

Food

It’s a foodies paradise down here. Cheese, olives, venison, chocolate, bread, ice-cream, it’s all on offer…bring stretchy pants! Park up at a restaurant for lunch or pick up local produce while touring around and have the ultimate picnic down at Yallingup Beach watching the sunset. 

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