Added by Michelle Foong

Take a refreshing dip in the Injidup Natural Spa.

Just a few minutes drive from the bustling little town of Yallingup, towards Margaret River along Caves Road, you'll find a road heading west (Wyadup Road). Following it right to the end there's a carpark with amazing views of the Indian Ocean. You'll probably bump into a few surfers trying to catch the waves down at the beach, but a little hike from the carpark to the right you'll find a large rock pool, but it's no ordinary rockpool. It's almost like a natural spa where the surrounding rocks shelter this little inlet from the crazy waves. The best part, is on a good day, when the surf is blasting through a little wedge you can sit just below and enjoy a natural massage. Who needs a physio when you can get a massage from mother nature?!

Did I mention that these surrounding rocks were like a bouldering nut's paradise? If you love climbing rocks then this place is for you too.

If you're daring enough too, you can try a little shallow cliff jumping just outside the little spa. But do so with caution as sometimes the outgoing current can be strong and there has been some unfortunate accidents.

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Rock Climbing
Chillin
Photography
Swimming
Beach
Scenic
Cliff Jumping
Swimming Hole

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