Smiths Beach Resort

Address: Lot 2 Smiths Beach Road, Yallingup, Western Australia, 6282, Australia | 5 star resort
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This 5 star resort, located on Lot 2 Smiths Beach Road, Yallingup, is near Empire Retreat Spa.
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      Travel Blogs from Yallingup

      Yallingup - Yallingup Beach Caravan Park

      A travel blog entry by mcewans on Jan 28, 2015

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      ... like to return to the Yallingup Beach Caravan Park for a longer holiday. Early start to the day, quick pack up and off to the Dunsborough Bakery for breakfast. Heading back home today after 37 nights on the road (not counting the 3 nights we had at home on our unpack/restock/repack stopover), living in our wee Expanda, putting up with each other's quirks, smells and annoying habits! But it was awesome, and we would all do it again. Where to next time? Who ...

      Yallingup to Albany

      A travel blog entry by cmoztravel on Nov 19, 2014

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      ... afternoon at the ANZAC Memorial. The site is really large with views over King George Sound and Princess Royal Harbour and is really impressive. A lot of thought and care has gone into it.
      We also saw a quokka, they are starting to be seen on the mainland now in a few areas where fox and feral cat eradication programs are working.
      It's really cold here, we can't wait for it to warm up again. It's doesn't seem right that Canberra is getting the hot weather!!


      Campervanning the South

      A travel blog entry by tudyfrudy on Oct 19, 2014

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      ... yeah, you have power, you just had your light on", "yes I did but that was running on the car battery." She goes and the car sales man follows shortly. He can't solve the problem. In the end it is a guy who has his whole life embroidered on his shirt, his name, his job, who he works for. He is a tour guide, I read, and he fixes the problem, also gives me plenty of advice and tells me I should do the whale watching tour, while I am there. This is the time of ...

      The Last Leg

      A travel blog entry by bluenanou on May 19, 2014

      12 photos

      We visit some Rutherglen wineries and stop at the lakeside council camp ground we stayed in 1976. Still pretty and still lots of birds but the facilities vastly improved. Then to Euchuca and a pleasant walk through the old port and lovely green parks. Next day a long drive day to camp at Bordertown as we head for Adelaide. We drop dog off at kennels in Coromandel Valley. The weather was miserable so it's a good time to visit the art galleries and the museum. Also time for a ...

      "Wake up, Maggie"

      A travel blog entry by twoinatent on Mar 05, 2014

      60 photos

      ... br> On our last day we had rain in the morning, something we have not had since Adelaide a month previously. We had a lazy start sheltering in the tent. Once the weather cleared up we headed out for a walk along the coastline. We were told it would be a very short distance to Smith's Beach, which is further round than Yal's main beach, but when we were still walking in the bush thirty minutes later we realised we may have gone wrong! The views were spectacular, surrounded by ...