Yallingup is an Aboriginal word meaning “place of love”. For the handful of locals who live here and the tourists who come every year for the surf, the name is most appropriate. Located at the northern end of the Cape, about 10 minutes West of Dunsborough, Yallingup has not changed a great deal over the years. After its caves were discovered by European settlers in 1899, Yallingup became popular with tourists but it is really the surf that attracts the visitors.

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Smiths Beach Resort is the only full resort style property offering rooms with panoramic ocean views. The resort offers 4 and 5 star accommodation and features 60 rooms in total, all fully self-contained. The Villas and massive Beach Houses offer…

With a restaurant and art galley overlooking the lake at the bottom of the Gunyulgup Valley in Yallingup, this presents a delightful location with a variety of amenities and potential. There is a grassed field to one side, and a few houses with tree…

A bit of anᅠinstitutionᅠin Yallingup, Andy’s General Store and Post Office is an old-style store and regular hang-out for surfers, travellers and locals. Also known as the Yallingup General Store and Caves Park Store. Unlike many other such…

This little shop is located right next to Andy’s general Store as you come into Yallingup. It has hosted a number of businesses in its time, most notably as a surf shop, but is currently a specialty bakery making Gugelhopf cakes and sandwiches.

Ngilgi Cave (pronounced Nil – Ghee) is a limestone cave formation located just outside Yallingup and 5 minutes from Dunsborough. Open to the public, the cave provides a really interesting, easily accessible setting with some interesting and…