From the resort you can walk 500m along Ghost Trail, which brings you out onto Valley Road. If you follow this road another 500m you will be at Yallingup Beach, which is perfect for swimming, walking, sunbathing and snorkelling.
While in Yallingup there is plenty to see and do. Yallingup has many art galleries and day spas dotted around the place. You can peruse the art, enjoy a pampering session and indulge in what the region has to offer. If it's beaches you're into then there are plenty of the best around here. Apart from Yallingup Beach there's nearby Smith's Beach, Canal Rocks and Injidup Beaches all a short drive away to the south, or further along the Cape you'll find Bunker Bay and Sugarloaf Rock.
If you want to venture a little further while enjoying your break you have the whole Yallingup-Margaret River region on your doorstep. Wineries, breweries, galleries, caves, bushwalks, shops, restaurants, cafes... an endless supply of things to do. You can do it all on your own, book a tour or a combination of both.
Just a note to those who have not been to Yallingup before - if you want to stock up on nibbles, drinks or other groceries if you plan to cook your own meals, you would be best to do this in Dunsborough on your way down. Yallingup itself has very little in the way of shops. There is one restaurant/pub on the resort grounds, Yallingup Caves House Hotel, and one small general store adjacent to the caravan park, but that is all.
Once you have all that you need and have checked in to your room, be prepared to relax and enjoy the tranquil setting of Seashells Resort Yallingup.