Footprints PreSTOn BEACH, WA

Preston Beach is located 124 kilometres south of Perth. Bounded by the Indian Ocean, Lake Preston and the Yalgorup National Park, Preston Beach is a relaxed holiday and recreational destination for locals and tourists and home to 185 permanent residents.

Currently Preston Beach has a general store with fuel bowsers, a community centre and a 9 hole golf course. Within the town’s holiday resort, there is a bar and restaurant with indoor and alfresco dining areas that are open to the public 7 days a week. The resort also includes, for guest use only, a games area and two heated swimming pools and a tennis court. Close to the beach there is a children’s playground with a lawn area and shade trees, free electric barbecues and an ablution and facilities block with universal access.

Preston Beach is one of the few places where there is 4WD access right along the beach. Preston Beach is famous for its fishing and played host to major fishing carnivals in the past.

The area is also renowned for its scenic beauty, the Yalgorup National Park and the surrounding lakes attract a variety of native animals and birdlife. There are hides and viewing platforms, a boardwalk and several walk trails for everyone to enjoy.

Footprints at Preston Beach, with its native gardens and wide open spaces, provides the perfect setting for children to play and families to meet. Beautifully appointed and fully self-contained accommodation has access to a variety of facilities including the resort restaurant (cafe to a-la-carte), function room, swimming pool, and a full size tennis court. Guest and boat parking available, choice of beach shack and town house style accommodation.

Preston Beach is only a 90 minute drive south of Perth City or a 45 minute drive south of Mandurah on Western Australia’s South Coast and 50 minutes on the Old Coast Road south of Mandurah.