Steep, hollow waves, brush a scattering of hungry rocks along this curve of classic WA sand. Names like Mousetrap and Rabbit Hill refer to reliable clusters of rock and sand, but the whole stretch can fire all the way down to the learner-friendly peaks and occasionally thumping shorey facing the car park. Works on all tides and swells, with W resulting in more peaky conditions and S running lefts up the beach.
With the population doubling in the last decade to 1000, plus the ceaseless tourist influx, Yallingup is a major surf community so expect often crowded conditions. Rip currents can be strong.