Submitted by @garrick_jackson_
Yallingup Lagoon (otherwise known as Yal's Lagoon) is a spectacular natural swimming hole fringed by beautiful clean beach at the foot of a short set of stairs from Yallingup carpark. Protected from the wild Indian Ocean, the lagoon is swimmable in all but the largest of swell events. Chest deep in many parts, it is filled with a number of species of fish, and it is not uncommon to see a Wester Rock Lobster, sea horse, cowrie shell, or other shy marine inhabitants. A very popular spot for early morning swimmers, surf-checkers, families, and snorkelers (down to novice) it is truly a spectacular spot to visit.
|Type Of Spot||Beach|
|Whats It Called?||Yallingup Lagoon|
|Where Abouts?||Western Australia|
|Type Of Access||Paved paths|
|Walking Distance?||Short walk from carpark|
|Best Season To Swim Here?||summer|
|Supplies?||Theres a shop within 1km.|
|Costs To Swim?||Free|
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