Yallingup, Western Australia, amazing, amazing waves crashing on the beach.
Located at the northern end of the region Yallingup has bred many of the region’s and world’s greatest surfers. Home to a relaxed local community, Yallingup, an aboriginal word meaning “Place of Love”, is a small town nestled in amongst the trees along the coast. The town itself is relatively untouched by the mass tourism visiting the region and one can still enjoy the coastline and local beaches without the crowds characteristic of the city beaches.
Yallingup is abundant with great surf, with Smiths and Super Tubes just to the south and Yallingup Beach and Rabbit Hill to the north. Yallingup Beach also has a sheltered lagoon with calm waters and safe swimming.
With great fishing, surfing and fantastic local bars offering a great Sunday session, Yallingup is the perfect place to kick back and relax or take on the legendary surf.
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