Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Peppermint Grove Beach: One of the South-West’s Hidden Gems

Known to the locals simply as “Peppy Beach”, it is nestled between the South-West towns of Capel and Busselton and has one of the longest, whitest stretches of beach you’ll ever see. Even at the height of summer, with tourists aplenty, there’s still room for everyone to relax and unwind. Peppy also has a very friendly community. Put simply, it’s a little hidden paradise.

It’s also very quiet — a real getaway from the rat-race. It’s this laid-back lifestyle that has always been the drawcard for many families who love this beach. When not at the beach wander up to the wonderful general store at the local caravan park for basic pantry items, grab a coffee and indulge in a delicious tasty treat.  It also has a small boutique with gifts, clothes and homewares.

If that sounds idyllic, this holiday home provides private accommodation in Peppermint Grove Beach


Banyandah is the best option for Peppy Beach stays.

With room to sleep 6 adults and 4 children, this modern beach house has all the trimmings, including great views from all bedrooms, an upstairs living space for everyone to enjoy and even a bath with a view!

Spaciously spread over two levels, this delicious architect-designed home makes the most of all its angles and those uninterrupted ocean views.

Set high up over the sand dunes with a sweeping vista down to the ocean below, you’ll quickly forget your troubles at Banyandah and make getting a tan and scoring the best spot on the deck for sunset your top priorities.

Whatever the weather, no matter if it’s winter or spring, you can’t go wrong with lazy days with the family, overlooking this beach. Make sure you book your long weekend or summer sojourn soon.

Banyandah, with prime ocean views

Banyandah, with prime ocean views

Browse our Peppermint Grove Beach collection for your next holiday down south.


You might also like:

A swimmer’s guide to the South West

Where to witness the best sunsets in the Margaret River region.

Lace Up! 10 of the greatest walks in the South West

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