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Smiths Beach Resort

Monday - Sunday: 9:00 AM until 5:30 PM
67 Smiths Beach Rd, Yallingup WA 6282
From Perth, follow Kwinana Freeway South towards Mandurah joining Forrest Highway through to Bunbury. From Bunbury follow the signs towards Busselton. Take the Busselton Bypass to Dunsborough. From Dunsborough, follow Caves Road towards Yallingup. Just before the town of Yallingup (at the Yallingup Hall), Caves Road turns left towards Augusta. Follow Caves Road towards Augusta for about 3 kilometres and turn right into Canal Rocks Road. Follow Canal Rocks Rd for approximately 1 kilometre and then turn right into Smiths Beach Rd. Smiths Beach Resort is located at the bottom of the hill on your left. The trip will take approximately 3 hours. Safe travels!
  • Bar
  • Conferencing & Meeting Rooms
  • Dryer
  • EV Charge Points
  • Fireplace (wood or gas)
  • Free WiFi
  • Laundry facilities
  • Linen included
  • Non-smoking rooms
  • Parking
  • Pool - outdoor
  • Restaurant
  • Self-contained
  • Tennis Courts
  • Washing machine
  • Child Friendly
    Child Friendly
  • Disabled Access
    Disabled Access

Experience the ultimate beachside escape at Smiths Beach Resort. Relax in spacious, stylish accommodation ideally situated in the heart of Western Australia’s Margaret River Region.

Savour understated style and receive individual attention at this Small Luxury Hotel of the World™. Do as much or as little as you like… the choice is yours. 

Smiths Beach is perfect for swimming, strolling, surfing and sunsets. The Resort is located on the renowned Cape to Cape walking track and sits within a national park. It’s just a short drive away from spectacular caves, tall-tree forest and miles of stunning coastline. 

Guests can also enjoy a variety of signature Margaret River experiences – from e-bike adventures to private winery lunches. Choices continue when it comes to Margaret River’s remarkable food and wine. 

Prepare meals in your apartment or have a chef come to you, select tempting produce from the Resort's gourmet deli, or relax over coffee, breakfast, or all-day brunch in Lamont’s cafe. Enjoy a stylish dinner in the restaurant featuring seasonal local produce and signature dishes from one of WA’s best-known chefs Kate Lamont, or choose from one of the many world-class boutique wineries, breweries, bistros and cafes a short drive away. 

Staying in is a fabulous way to enjoy Smiths Beach Resort’s luxury accommodation, generous bedrooms, living areas and balconies, infinity pool, professional-grade tennis court, and blissful in-room massage. 

The Resort provides a selection of eight different accommodation styles, making it perfect for couples, small and extended families and corporate groups.  

Plan Your Trip: Featured Itineraries

2020 Global Eco Conference – Margaret River Stay Package – 4 nights

4 nights accommodation as selected

This itinerary can be tailored specifically to your travel dates and interests. Please contact Central Reservations on +61 8 9780 5911 or enquire below.

Design your own stay here


2020 Global Eco Conference – Margaret River Adventure Package – 7 nights

7 nights accommodation as selected
Morning Surf Lesson
Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse Tour
Ngilgi Cave Semi-Guided Tour
Tuart Forest High Ropes & Zip Line Adventure
Sunset Cape to Cape, Forest and evening Cave Tour

This itinerary can be tailored specifically to your travel dates and interests. Please contact Central Reservations on +61 8 9780 5911 or enquire below.

2020 Global Eco Conference – Margaret River Coast Package – 7 nights

7 nights accommodation as selected
Cape Naturaliste Coast & Wildlife Tour
Whale Watching on Geographe Bay
Busselton Jetty & Underwater Observatory Tour
Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse Tower Tour
Jewel Cave Tour

This itinerary can be tailored specifically to your travel dates and interests. Please contact Central Reservations on +61 8 9780 5911 or enquire below.

5 Day Luxury Itinerary

  • Choice of 5 or 6 nights luxury accommodation
  • Guided tour of Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse
  • Private Wine Chapel Experience sparkling wine tasting at Howard Park
  • Full-day “Luxury Taster” tour with Walk Into Luxury, including a world-class winery lunch
  • Relaxation treatment at Bodhi J Wellness Spa Retreat
  • Dinner for two at Cape Lodge
  • Half-day sailing tour in the Meelup Regional Park
  • Option to add full-day chauffeur services or luxury airport transfers

7 Days of Winter in Your Margaret River Region

  • 6 nights accommodation for two adults & two children
  • 1 x private wine tour
  • Forest Adventures passes
  • Lake Cave passes
  • Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse passes

Google Reviews

Peaceful, relaxing, comfortable, friendly and professional are the words that jump to mind. We had 2 night s staying here and absolutely loved it, I did not know what to expect as it was a surprise and what a surprise it was. Staff at check-in and the restaurant are very friendly and helpful. Such a beautiful location to enjoy, one night we had a BBQ with local venison and lots of chardonnays....If you want a relaxing time in absolute comfort this is the place, needless to say I cannot wait to return. Vincent Vega
A very good resort for a short stay. The staff were friendly and very helpful and the food, while expensive, was great. We had free breakfast daily as part of a long weekend package which was a nice addition. The rooms felt luxurious and the free, high quality beauty products, such as the skin lotion, were very thoughtful. As well as all this, the views were just spectacular and the facilities, such as the infinity swimming pool were very good. Overall, a great resort that feels luxurious with friendly and caring staff. Christopher Agnew
What a wonderful place to get way from the city. ASTAIZA JUAN
Stayed in the 2 bedroom beach shack during September 2020 school holidays post Covid and still in a WA statewide border lockdown. The price was $700 a night. The beach shack was like a caravan park cottage except its fixtures and fittings were somewhat higher quality and the place had better beds and linen plus 3 air con units. The air con units smelt mouldy when turned on and need cleaning. The shack also had a strange smell that we put down to the vinyl floorboards that are off-gassing. Our clothes smelt of that smell after we unpacked them at home. Personally the shack is worth $350 -$400 a night max considering its too cold to use the pool facilities and there is no daily housekeeping. Only once every week if you stay that long however we got a surprise housekeeping service the day before we left.They were meant to have milk in the fridge when we arrived, there wasn't, so I had to get up the next morning, shower and drive to Yallingup General Store to buy some as restaurant doesnt open until 7am. Reception doesn't open until 9am and shuts at 5pm.The free wifi didnt work for the 5 night stay even though we reported it. Our keycard to the shack locked us out after we arrived back from dinner so we had to phone the after hours phone and wait for them to arrive outside our room to unlock the door then fix the keycards. Reception service is friendly. The separate Lamonts restaurant has quality food mostly, although service staff are inconsistent in friendliness and training. A few were excellent however. The location of the resort right on the beach is excellent and you can walk to Canal Rocks. I don't think we'd stay there again though. We'd get a 2 bedroom villa at The Pullman at Bunker Bay instead. They are a much higher standard in design and a similar price plus they have 24 hour reception, daily housekeeping, room service and a spa on site. They have a pastry chef that worked at a Michelin star restaurant in France there too. Kim
Nice apartments, great view of the beach. Great location and facilities Graham Jones
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