Dalyellup Beach Estate is a stretch of beautiful WA coastline that is home to parks and gardens, cycleways and walking trails and its own piece of preserved Tuart Forest.
Nature is plentiful here at Dalyellup Beach, with so much to explore on your front doorstep. It’s not just the beauty of this iconic Western Australian location that makes Dalyellup such a popular choice for families. The rich amenity, variety of educational opportunities and a perfect combination of nature and coast, all contribute to making Dalyellup the thriving coastal community it is today.
Below we share our Top 10 Weekend Activities for you to enjoy near Dalyellup Beach.
On the doorstep of Dalyellup Beach Estate are the tranquil waters of Dalyellup Beach. The family-friendly beach is patrolled by the Dalyellup Surf Life Saving Club on Sunday during Summer and is the perfect spot for a dip in the ocean.
Enjoy an afternoon overlooking the ocean. Bring a picnic and rug to wind away the afternoon taking in the iconic WA coastal views.
BUNBURY FARMERS MARKET The Bunbury Farmers Markets are open daily and provide locals with fresh produce all year round. Pop down to sample delicious seasonal fruits and veggies.
Manea Park is an easy 2.3km trail taking in the great Australian bush. Manea Park supports several threatened species including the forest red-tailed black cockatoo and both the species of white-tailed black cockatoo found within the South West.
Bunbury Lighthouse is an iconic landmark in the region. Overlooking the beach, beautiful coastal views can be enjoyed from the peak of the tower.
DOLPHIN DISCOVERY CENTRE
Dolphin Discovery Centre has a range of tours to enjoy, supporting wild dolphins. Spend the day at their indoor venue or book a cruise to see these fantastic creatives in the natural habitat.
CAPEL GOLF CLUB
Established in 1928, the Capel Golf Club is a relatively flat, 18 hole par 72 layout with bent grass greens and couch fairways. View their vast course here.
Wyalup Rocky Point is a place of Indigenous significance. Wyalup means a ‘place of mourning’ as in the past the area was a Noongar burial ground. The 130 million-year-old Basalt Rock can only be seen on Wyalup Rocky Point in Bunbury, at Capel and at Black Point in the Southern Forest and Valley’s region.
CROOKED BROOK FOREST
Crooked Brook Forest is a beautiful recreation site situated just 25km from the centre of Bunbury. Enjoy a range of walking and hiking trails with a route suitable for all abilities.
Back Beach is a fantastic destination on a warm summers day. Enjoy the vast sandy shores and stop for a spot of breakfast, lunch or dinner at the Backbeach Cafe & Restaurant!