Yallingup — Western Australian town, whose name is from the aboriginal language translates as “place of love”. A popular tourist destination. Famous for its beaches and nearby limestone caves.
The beaches of Yallingup, such as Three bears, Yallingup, Smiths beach and Injidup, are well known surfing locations, and are also suitable for fishing. The Rocks of the Leeuwin-Naturaliste national Park houses Canal, coastal rock formation, and limestone caves, such as Ngilgi cave (formerly called Yallingup Cave). The Cape to Cape Track runs across the beach to the West of the town and Yallingup is one of the few cities located along the route.
Smiths Beach has been the site of extended development proposals, which Emerged on the political events and various scandals for many years.