Wyadup Bay is on the West Coast of Western Australia and fully exposed to the Indian ocean.
It is very easy to get to this beach is the road is fully sealed. Just a short drive from Yallingup or Smiths Beach down Caves Road. Drive south from Yallingup along caves road and turn into Wyadup Road. Follow this road all the way to the end where you will find a reasonably sized car park. From this car park you can look to the south and see Injidup Beach and Cape Clairault. Look to the north and you will see the very popular Canal Rocks. When you are looking towards Canal rocks the bay that you can see from here is Wyadup Bay.
If you climb the large granite rocks at the end of the car park you can get some great views. This is an ideal place to bring out the camera. If you own a drone than flying over these granite rocks will give you some fantastic photo opportunities. Dolphins can often be seen surfing the waves in Wyadup Bay.
There is a natural spa hidden among these granite rocks. During the summer months this is a great place to relax and immerse yourself in these waters. Care must be taken when climbing these granite rocks as they can be treacherous especially if they are wet.
There is a very good surfing beach at this location, but it is only recommended for experienced surfers. The surfing conditions here can be very good, but due to the isolated location you should not surf alone.