Our good weekending guide


Enjoy a little guide to our hometown Dunsborough, Yallingup and surrounds. We have put together a list of our favourite hidden gems to do your best weekending, from early morning to sunset.

1. Early (or not so early swim) at Yallingup Lagoon
Only one word for this beautiful little swimming hole this time of year, glorious. As a general rule in the mornings during summer this spot is protected by the wind. However if you want to have a quick look before you jump in the car a good tip is always check out @yallingupsurfschool instagram account, Crystal always has a morning update of how Yallingup is looking. Also while your there grab a coffee from Lagoon and make a booking for lunch or dinner.

2. Good beach hunting along Eagle Bay-Meelup Road
Once you get to the bottom of the hill along Eagle Bay Road, you turn right onto Eagle Bay- Meelup Road. Along this windy road you will find so many nooks and crannies to park up your car and find a not so-crowded swimming spot. There are twelve car parks along the way which all lead to great little beaches.

3. Sunsets at Sugarloaf Rock
If you are after a pretty epic sunset spot with elevated views of the Indian Ocean to the skyline and you love a gigantic sea-sculptured granite rock – Sugarloaf Rock will definitely float your boat. Hot tip for beforehand, hit up the crew at Lady Lola twenty-four hours beforehand and they can arrange a delicious take-away antipasto platter for you.