- Walk trails
There is no spa in the world as exclusive as this one. Down a rutted walking track from the Injidup car park is a natural rock pool formation known as the “Injidup Spa”.
Clamber over rock to a pool washed by wild ocean, a thrill of cold water fizzing over skin in surging waves.
Turbulent and foaming, this is the natural spa. But there’s more to Injidup than this geographical phenomenon alone. As a stretch of beach, Injidup is known for its surf breaks, diving, and rugged outlook.
Water that is jewel-blue to shore deepens to reflect the intensity of swell hitting from the Indian Ocean. Crowds are scarcely a problem here, but in any case the beach is long enough for all combers to stake out their own patch of sand. Fishing from shore can yield rewards and – in the cooler months – ocean play-time can be exchanged for a walk along this section of the Cape to Cape track.
Winter WalksGrab your jacket and explore the walking tracks in Yallingup and Dunsborough. The Japanese have a word for time spent in the forest for de-stressing and mood-boosting. Shinrin-Yoku literally means forest-bathing. Scientific field experiments across Japan have proven that spending a day in the forest lowers concen...
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