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  1. Wow, this is an awesome wrap of the Yallingup area. I love it. Great that you’ve included videos and lists of things to do. Thanks also, very much for linking to my blog, ZigaZag. I really appreciate it :)

  2. Hi Bonny, great blog you have! If you’re looking to add to this post, perhaps consider adding in Sensei Pots? We’re just outside Yallingup but we have great pottery & art pieces available, live pottery and a beautiful property in Quedjinup! Worth a visit (if I do say so myself!). Keep up the great blog :)

  3. Hi, thanks for all the info on the area. Its a really informative site. We are coming out from the UK in October and plan a visit to the region. Is springtime worth a visit? is there anything we should be looking out for? Regards, Keith.

    • Hello Keith,

      Glad you like the site! October is a great time of year to visit Yallingup and the surrounding Margaret River Region. If you like the outdoors, then it’s the perfect time of year for bush walking and exploring the spectacular coastline on foot. Wild flowers are blooming, whales are breaching off Cape Naturaliste, and most days the weather is pleasantly warm but not too hot. Some spring days are cold and rainy or windy, but that doesn’t matter at all because you can visit wineries and other indoor attractions or go caving if you want to stay out of the rain. Other days are sunny and just warm enough for a swim! As for things to watch out for – sorry I’m not quite sure what to answer because I’m wondering if you mean hazards/problems to avoid, or good things to see and do?
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  4. Hi Bonny,
    I just want to say “thank you”…it’s a great way to learn something of this beautiful area and from a very personal viewpoint.
    Your photos are wonderful and your personal experiences of the area have enhanced my anticipation of visiting this area in a week’s time to be at my niece’s wedding at Bunker Bay.
    We are now really looking forward to spending our spare time exploring this beautiful part of W.A.
    We’re flying over from Sydney next week, thanks again Bonny….



  5. We love Wyadup, would like to know the aboriginal meaning of Wyadup.

    Injidup is “place of injie” – Templetonia retusa, “Cockies tongue” found on the cliffs above the beach.

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