Yallingup Beach Holiday Park Yallingup, South West, Western Australia, WA 6282

2 stars out of 2 review

Open all year

Escape to the Cape to this favourite family holiday park located in the famous Margaret River Wine Region.

The park has an idyllic waterfront location with spectacular views over Yallingup Bay. Opposite is a safe swimming lagoon and an excellent fishing beach plus the world famous Yallingup surf break.

On site accommodation includes quality ensuited cabins and standard cabins (for the budget conscious) plus plenty of well grassed van and tent sites.

The management have a very strong family focus and the park is meticulously maintained throughout.

This is an ideal base from which to visit the numerous nearby wineries, go whale watching, take scenic drives and walk trails and visit the spectacular Yallingup Ngilgi Cave.


Yallingup Beach Holiday Park (www)
1 Valley Rd
South West, Western Australia
WA 6282

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Our friendly, trained staff are there to help.
We can provide:
- tour bookings
- accommodation enquiries
- free forward reservation service
- maps, brochures, etc.
- all local information (things to do, see)

Shop (On-Site)
We provide an extensive range including:
- large range of grocery items
- confectionery, ice creams, drinks
- milk, bread
- ice, bait
- fishing tackle
- gas refills
- public phone

Things to do nearby

  • Beach
  • Boat launch
  • Sailing
  • Swimming (Outdoor)
  • Games Room
  • Snooker/Pool


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Overall rating

2.5 stars

Based on 1 review(s)

  • Location 4.0 stars
  • Facilities 2.0 stars
  • Value for Money 1.0 stars
  • Service 2.0 stars

Great location, near yallingup lagoon and walking distance to Caves House hotel for drinks and meals, and the cave. The park has average and few facilities. There are 2 ablutions blocks with about 10 toilets and showers for male and female each between them. The ablutions are tired, small and cleaned once a day only - which is not enough considering the amount of campsites, caravan sites and cabins without ensuite facilities. The camp kitchen is small, has only 2 power points and is also not kept very clean. Unpowered campsites are small, sometimes don't even have space to park a car as well as a tent. Considering all this, $50/night in high season seemed a steep price.