Seashells Yallingup

Address: Yallingup Beach Road, Yallingup, Western Australia, 6282, Australia | 5 star resort
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This 5 star resort, located on Yallingup Beach Road, Yallingup, is near Empire Retreat Spa.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Yallingup

    Down to the West Australian Wine area

    A travel blog entry by jimhorrox on Feb 10, 2015

    5 photos

    Early rise today - cases outside for 7 a.m. off in the coach for 8.00 a.m. We were able to watch the commute into Perth whilst travelling south in the opposite direction. A regular train service which travels down the middle of the motorway and later dual carriage way. Quite narrow gauge and seemed to seat 2 and 2 across. Very many housing estate …


    A travel blog entry by shellmc on Apr 13, 2015

    7 comments, 15 photos

    ... us a little while to realise that there were hidden doors..doh!
    Spent a morning at Ngilgi cave which is much larger than Jewel cave. Jaxon has really been enjoying trying to get creative with his camera.


    The Meeting of Two Great Oceans

    A travel blog entry by roger-annie on Feb 18, 2015

    7 photos

    ... by wind and high seas. It is where the currents in two mighty oceans, going in different directions meet. This appears to result in a lot of water turbulence and uncertain weather. The lighthouse at Cape Leeuwin has been automated since the early 1980's and is still an operational lighthouse. It is sorely needed as the coastline is littered with dangerous reefs and the currents and weather can be a big hazard to ships. The lantern, as with ...


    A travel blog entry by simmsie on Nov 18, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... br> From the winery we visited Smith’s Beach and then onto Canal Rocks, an unusual rock formation, extending from a peninsula south of Smiths Beach. These huge banks of granite rocks have eroded along a dead straight line running north to south forming the main canal. Several smaller canals cross perpendicular to the main canal adding to the beauty of the area. We stood for ages watching the waves break over the rocks and the force of the water as ...

    Bunbury to Margaret River

    A travel blog entry by geslick on Oct 07, 2014

    24 photos

    ... a lot of stairs ) 350 of them to be exact. It was good going down by as they say what goes down must come up however it was well worth the effort. We then returned to have a glass of wine and a beer before cooking our Spag Bol for dinner. We will look as to what we will do tomorrow over breakfast . Day 3 We all decided over breakfast that today was to be an easy and relaxing day . By the time we had finished our cereal and toast with the mandatory coffee for me and tea for ...