What's on in Preston Beach, WA


Preston Beach is a small holiday town located about 45 minutes drive south of Mandurah and 100 km south of Perth, in the Peel Region. About 25 minutes drive west of Waroona is the seaside hamlet of Preston Beach. It has been renowned since early 1950's as a great place for fishing. Preston Beach is renowned for its fabulous fishing and the area boasts several major fishing events each year. The area is famous for the natural beauty and attractions of the Yalgorup National Park that adjoins Lake Preston. It is a charming seaside holiday village, ideally located between the beachfront and the forest, just perfect for a week-end away, a short getaway for tourists or for extended family breaks. You can just relax, play golf, walk along the forest trails, picnic, cycle, fish and swim. There is lots to see and do for both kids and adults. The extensive system of lakes running parallel to the coast, and adjoining array of wetlands supports a huge variety of native birds, reptiles and other fauna in the surrounding wetlands, forests, bushland and heathlands. The area also has a nine hole golf course and a good range of other tourist facilities. There is a wide range of accommodation options including bed and breakfasts, guesthouses, holiday houses and units, camping facilities and caravan parks. Local entertainment venues include # Footprints at Preston Beach # Lazy River Boutique Bed & Breakfast # Harvey Hotel # Premier Hotel, Pinjarra # Yarloop Hotel # Yalgorup ECO Park # Dwellingup Forest Lodge.


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