Watch the western sunsets right on the Indian Ocean
Paradise on the Indian Ocean at Yallingup Beach.
Perfectly situated for exploring the south-western coast of Australia, Tasman Holiday Parks – Yallingup Beach is a world apart.
Whether it’s a family weekend or a longer stop for grey nomads, this is a place to unwind.
Sit back and watch the western sun set on the Indian Ocean. Relax and be lulled to sleep by the sounds of the ocean.
Our Yallingup Beach holiday park is designed to make the most of this beautiful location. You’ll discover grassy green pockets nestled among ancient banksia trees, perfect for parking the van or setting up a tent.
In the morning the adventure begins anew. Cross the road for crisp white sands and the azure ocean. Catch a wave, catch a fish or just chill by the lagoon.
A holiday park with something for everyone
Yallingup Beach is tailor made for active kids. After a day on the beach, splashing or snorkelling in the tranquil lagoon, they can wind down in the nature playground opposite the holiday park.
You’ll find everything you need on site with a fully equipped kitchen, laundry facilities, a kiosk and spotless amenities. Plus, you can bring the dog along from May to mid-December.
Pick your spot
Choose from grassy or bush sites for your van or tent. Or take it easy in a cabin nestled in windswept coastal banksias, just a few steps from the beach.
Wake up to the sound of the ocean. With a range of cabins available, you’re sure to find an option to make your holiday memorable.
Enjoy comfort and space in one of our two bedroom family cabins.
Camping & Caravan Sites
We have a large range of powered sites perfect for camping and caravanning guests, plus they’re dog friendly! The spacious sites are nestled between large trees, perfect to rest, relax and recharge.
Easy meals when caravanning
When its holiday time the last thing anyone wants, is to miss out on the fun times because they are stuck in a kitchen. There are ways though, to make meal prep and cooking all part of the joy of holidaying, starting by making an outing of sourcing locally grown and produced food.